The Animal Welfare Network Nepal (AWNN) was established in 2008 to increase the effectiveness of animal welfare organisations in Nepal.
Our vision: A cruelty free society in which all creatures can live in peace
Our mission: To increase the effectiveness of and interaction among animal welfare organisations in Nepal
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Nepal is one of the few Asian countries without proper animal welfare legislation.
The AWNN team has identified five of the most prevalent kinds of animal cruelty.
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Today, the world’s biggest ritual slaughter of animals officially got confined to the history books. At a press conference in New Delhi, organized by AWNN, Humane Society International and People for Animals, the Gadhimai Temple Trust announced its decision to end animal sacrifice. It’s been a long, hard fought campaign full of twists and turns and some major setbacks over the last 5 years. But we have made a lot of friends along the journey and want to thank every one of YOU for your support. We have a lot of work still to do to work together with the Gadhimai Temple Trust to educate the public and make Gadhimai 2019 a great celebration of peace and nonviolence.
Gadhimai temple trust agrees to cancel all future animal sacrifice, urges devotees not to bring animals to the festival
28th July, 2015
Today, the world’s biggest ritual slaughter of animals officially got confined to the history books. At a press conference in New Delhi, organized by AWNN, Humane Society International and People for
A campaign with collective Voice in support of Animal Welfare.
AWNN calls you all for your active participation.
1) Sign-in the petition that urges for animal welfare concern in up Constitution
2) Participate in Various programmes called by AWNN.