The loss of their workhorses and cattle Earth is unfounded for thousands of people in Myanmar. The WSPA’s disaster team tried the worst effects to prevent a team of vets of the world society for the protection of animals (WSPA) is ready for use on the Thai border and waiting for admission to the disaster area in Myanmar. There are thousands of animals waiting for help. Their survival means securing the livelihoods of many people. The WSPA is in daily contact with the food and Agriculture authority of the United Nations (FAO). At the same time be made all arrangements for a rapid response to the crisis area. Philip Russell, Manager of WSPA disaster management: No one else Governments, humanitarian aid organisations nor their owners – have the necessary means to help these animals. We need to prevent that even the livestock die, survived the cyclone.
The livelihoods of thousands of people would be completely lost.” The team of the On their missions on the ground, WSPA was observed repeatedly that many families sell their remaining animals at a very low price, to secure at least a minimum comment by. Hardly a family is able to keep the animals alive. With the support of the International Fund for animal welfare (IFAW) and the humane society often the United States (HSUS) is WSPA animals and thus the people – targeted help. A significant form of aid is to avoid the spread of disease, in which livestock are accommodated separately in makeshift stalls. An emergency supply of food will be needed as food for the surviving livestock in the destroyed area are probably not exist. Moisture, an attacked immune system diseases such as the foot – and -mouth disease and crowded camps create a highly vulnerable environment for fast-spreading diseases. Goal of the WSPA crisis team will be state veterinarians to provide assistance and they with the Preventive measures to support the spread of diseases such as antibiotics, vaccinations and deworming.
The WSPA is trying to bring the needs of the animals with which the people in line to poverty, hunger and disease to avoid. Through cooperation with humanitarian relief efforts we can help even more animals in need,”so Russell. The WSPA’s work is financed solely from donations. Therefore, we ask for donations to save the animals.