We conduct week-long educational workshops in schools encouraging children to have compassion towards stray dogs and discuss animal welfare issues. We mentor students to become animal welfare ambassadors while reinforcing character development skills and teaching them to interact safely with dogs. They take an active role in providing hope to animals in our community and prevent animal suffering. The main aim of this project is to eradicate the stereotypical abusive attitude towards stray dogs at its root by educating younger generations. Here’s some brief information about our recent weeklong workshop with ninth graders at Triyog High School.
Triyog Higher Secondary School
Project Humane Nepal organised a week-long humane education workshop at Triyog higher secondary school. We conducted hands-on interactive sessions, two hours/day, discussing various animal welfare problems in Nepal and what we can do to help solve them. The workshop also included a dog shelter visit at Community Dog Welfare, Kopan, for additional service learning opportunities for the kids. The students presented a project and a presentation at the end of the workshop discussing what they learned throughout the week and how they're going to contribute in the animal welfare sector.
A special thank you to all the students for all the hard work, active participation and energy you put into this project! Thank you Triyog School and Community Dog Welfare for supporting and contributing to our cause! And a big thank you to our volunteers who helped us make this workshop a success!!