Ravi Foundation's vision is to empower the vulnerable groups of the society including, women, children, labor, religious minorities and ensure the rights of animals in Pakistan and achieve Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations.
Animal rights programs have been organized with interested individuals and groups. Their program, "Steps towards animal friendly society in Pakistan" needs more support to educate Pakistani society. They are working to stop cruelty and violence against animals.
Ravi Foundation lancuhed its Emgergency Response Program for flood affected animals in the five union councils of District Layyah, South Punjab, Pakistan. First feed distribution was organized on August 28, 2010 and the second on September 04, 2010 in the office of District Livestock Office, District Layyah. 4,000 animals owned by 300 families were fed with traditional feed of “WANDA, WHEAT BRAN, and WHEAT STRAW”. You can learn more about their flood emergency program by watching this YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2cjKLQayoY.
Ravi Foundation is situated in the city of Toba Tek Singh central Pakistan. SPCA International is proud to help this worthy organization achieve its goals to educate the Pakistani people about animal rights and protection and provide emergency assistance.
Peace House, P-85 Mubarak Colony,
Toba Tek Singh 36050, Pakistan
Update August, 2011:
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