Project Ranchi is conducting various programs for Animals as well as people in the city of Ranchi. Our team here is working for the protection of the environment and animals, to control the increasing population of street dogs, to end their suffering, and to help the local communities by reducing poverty through farm animal welfare programs.
Work for Animals
Animal Birth Control and
We want to help the street dogs who are diseased and ill, want to control the street dog population and also help reduce number of rabies cases. We all are working members hence we tried our best to run the activity; however our continued efforts, exposure visits, trainings and attendance in various conferences strengthened our knowledge, spirit and also started getting some financial support.
Our learning through training's and exposure visits for consecutive seven years taught us many lessons. So we merged the old and new concept of ABC and got the success in starting the program which should have been started seven years before and I think this is one of it's kind in India, we are encouraged always cause we run this activity differently. If we would not have taken this initiative, we do not know how many more years we could have waited to help the street dogs and control their population for their better living in Ranchi City. Our entire program is based on minimum finances and maximum utilisation of local resources. Any one who want to start controlling the street dog population in their city
For all these years we were waiting to see these pictures of happy animals having the best time in their life. This is possible because of the support that Help Animals India extended. Mayhew International UK, The Winsome Constance Kindness Trust of Australia and couple of individuals Capt. Amit Basu and Mish Tanner also supported in Building this Shelter for Animals. We now seek some help from local people (Ranchi Citizens) to come forward and adopt these cute animals of our Shelter.
We are proud to offer the region's premier boarding facility for both dogs and cats. When you are planning to be away and cannot take your pet along, consider taking advantage of our regular and luxury boarding options. To make reservations call 89691 90920 or 96939 99472.
We have a boarding facility at Ranchi for pet animals which offers-
Your pet can enjoy our beautiful tiled home-styled suites or our exceptional regular boarding facilities with spacious runs
Our dog will have access to our big playing area and our secure and supervised outdoor exercise courtyard
Your pet will experience our loving staff
We will provide bathing depending upon the weather conditions and/or as per the instructions
Daily feedings as per your instructions
Two exercise sessions.
Daily inspection by a Certified Veterinarian Technician.
Sanitizing of kennel daily (more if needed)
Mission Rabies launched in India - the world's hotspot for rabies, where a third of all human cases occur. That's the death of a child every hour.
In September 2013, Mission Rabies launched with a massive campaign, powered by vets and volunteers from 14 countries, to achieve over 60,000 dog vaccinations in just 28 days across 12 locations in India. We trained and equipped some of the best dog catchers in the world to make sure we reached the crucial 70% of the dog population to stop rabies spreading to dogs and people.
But that was just the beginning.
We set up permanent vaccination teams in Goa and Ranchi and embarked on intensive dog population control programs in some of the toughest areas of the country.
Our purpose-built mobile veterinary hospital truck hosts monthly surgical training courses around India to teach vets the skills required to run neutering and vaccine campaigns.
We recruit volunteers for monthly mass vaccination drives at each location the truck visits; further boosting the work of the established vaccination teams.
We distribute educational materials and visit schools to teach children and adults how to understand dogs better so they can avoid dog bites and reduce the risk of rabies.
In 2014 we conducted a mass dog sterilisation drive, sterilising and vaccinating more than 20,000 dogs in just 6 months.
Building on this massive effort, our teams continue to work in the State of Goa and have vaccinated a total of more than 100,000 dogs since the start of the project.
Likewise, our team in the city of Ranchi is doing an exceptional job, having vaccinated more than 75,000 dogs in the city and protecting the population and dogs alike to contract this vicious disease.
Cats in India are common, however they are not visible easily but there are a lot of cats in every city. Most of the surgeons are also not advanced or skilled that each one can operate the Cats. However Ranchi has been always lucky to have the qualified surgeon. Now we have Two Veterinarians in Ranchi. Do let us know if you have any cat t o be spayed or Neutered.
In Ranchi, we rescued and treat thousands of stray animals.
Work for People
Resource and Treatment Centre is the keystone of its activities for animals and human population, through working closely with the local community, and by providing a high level of assistance. Our goal is to establish a self-sufficient and self-sustaining Resrouce Centre on livestock farming in Khunti.
Promoting humane way of livestock and farm animals management
Although we have undertaken and continues to undertake a number of activities consistent with its mission in Khunti, the Resource and Treatment Centre is the keystone of its activities for animals and human population, through working closely with the local community, and by providing a high level of assistance. Our goal is to establish a self-sufficient and self-sustaining Resource Centre on livestock farming in Khunti. Jharkhand is one of the states in India with maximum population of tribal people. Most of the tribal population is living in the rural part of the state. The main source of income is agriculture and livestock. Agriculture depends only on monsoon and there is no secondary crop practice. Generally all the tribes are engaged in pig keeping, goat keeping, dairy, poultry etc.
Earlier in year 2005 and 2006 we undertook a program for promoting humane way of dairy farming. This initiative was carried on with the help of our dedicated Volunteers worldwide and the online portal NABUUR has helped and helping us in achieving our goal to help animals by helping people.
Families having cows received One year training in maintaining and milking the cows
Organisation was responsible to take care of Medicine, feed and care. But we struggled a lot for funding this program. Project Staff was needed to support this Project
We failed to provide the external support to the community due to lack of resources. Due to which we stopped helping the community.
A Resource & Treatment Centre on Livestock farming
The learnings of our dream project helped us identify the important issue in the community.
The Jharkhand state has 22 Districts. Each District has got 15 to 20 Blocks with 100 to 150 villages per block. Khunti has got only one Veterinary Clinic with just one or two Veterinary Doctors. It is always difficult for block level government veterinary clinics to provide services to all the villages (144 villages) at times of need. Many a times villagers donated get services at the government clinics, reason the doctors are visiting in the field or closed for holiday.
The sufferers are the animals, tribal people are neither educated nor empowered. Their animals are always left to die without medicinal support/ care, which leads to the spreading of diseases amongst the other animals this is common in Jharkhand. Also due to frustration and for not able to provide medical assistance to the ill animals, they are treated traditionally and left on their fate.
Promoting & developing skills of the rural communities to earn extra while farming their land, without quitting farming. Help income-generating activities to establish sustainable livelihood for rural communities for entire year.
Why Are We Needed?
Khunti is the newly created (in 2007) District in Jharkhand state situated in Northeast India, approximately 400km west of Kolkata. Over the past ten years, Khunti has seen an alarming increase in crime and migration due to non availability of job opportunities and not adequate infrastructural support for farming/ vegetable growing or technical/ non technical skill development. In 1998-2000 Praveen Ohal raised money to begin this project by walking on foot across Asia and visiting schools to speak about the need for protecting the environment and helping animals and people in need. With the money raised from his trek and support from other international aid organisations, HOPE & ANIMAL TRUST purchased about 27000 Sqft. land in one of the villages of Khunti District and began building the infrastructure for animal and human welfare projects: an animal hospital with an education room attached, a shelter for sick and injured animals. Although we have undertaken and continues to undertake a number of activities consistent with its mission in Khunti, the Resource and Treatment Centre is the keystone of its activities for animals and human population, through working closely with the local community, and by providing a high level of assistance. Our goal is to establish a self-sufficient and self-sustaining Resrouce Centre. Jharkhand is one of the states in India with maximum population of tribal people. Most of the tribal population is living in the rural part of the state. The main source of income is agriculture and livestock. Agriculture depends only on monsoon and there is no secondary crop practice. Generally all the tribes are engaged in pig keeping, goat keeping, dairy, poultry etc.
Earlier in year 2005 to 2007 we undertook a program for promoting humane way of dairy farming. This initiative was carried on with the help of our dedicated Volunteers worldwide and the online portal NABUUR. We started working with one Self Help Group of ten (all female group) at our resource centre in Khunti District. Families having cows received one and half year training in maintaining and milking the cows. The plan was to call any one of the family members every day from each of the ten group members. This is to empower/ educate every member of the community to learn each and every aspect of the dairy. Organisation was responsible to take care of Medicine, feed and care. The milk was being sold in the market. The end result is we managed to upgrade the lives of these farmers.
What Is Needed?
Finish Our Training Hall: We plan to construct a Hall for training purpose including Kitchen and Toilets. Government support is available for running various skill developments and training programs. The Plan is to build the hall on the existing facility. Ground floor have an Animal Clinic and facilities for Animals and staffs. It will be low expenditure project where the rural community, mostly youths and young children will be benefited. We are expecting to provide training to at least 30 to 50 youth in the first year on various technical and non technical skills.
Cost of construction: Rs. 8,00,000 (approx.)
Available Grant: Rs. 3,00,000
Request put up for: Rs. 5,00,00