Recently Thai Van Nguyen, winner of the FFN Award 2016 and executive director of Save Vietnam’s Wildlife celebrated the fourth anniversary with his team. What started off with Thai’s mission to save the pangolins has now grown to a team of over 40 people.
New Vet Clinic
One of their recent highlights is the opening of a brand new vet clinic. The vet clinic is located in Cuc Phiong, Vietnam and has several specialised rooms. It has one large procedure room where the vets conduct most of the treatment work, one laboratory, plus office where they can collect blood tests, samples for research purpose and conduct other documentation work. Moreover, the clinic also has a small carnivore room and a separate pangolin room to keep sick animals for tracking their recovery purpose.
Great News!Our new veterinary clinic in Cuc Phuong National Park is completed. It will help us to improve veterinary care for our rescued animals. Let us introduce our new veterinary facilities.We are deeply thank you to Welttierschutzgesellschaft e.V. to support the building and thank you many other organisations to support us rescuing the animals from illegal trade. If your organisations or yourself have veterinary equipment and stuff you want to donate, please email us to: firstname.lastname@example.org. (Một thông tin thật tuyệt, Khu bệnh viện thú y của chúng tôi đã hoàn thành. Nó sẽ giúp chúng tôi chăm sóc thú y cho các cá thể động vật được tốt hơn. Hãy nghe chúng tôi giới thiệu về khu thú y mới của chúng tôi. Chúng tôi xin chân thành gửi lời cảm ơn tới Welttierschutzgesellschaft e.V. đã tài trợ cho ngôi nhà này và các tổ chức khác tài chợ cho các hoạt động cứu hộ động vật. Nếu bạn hoặc tổ chức của bạn muốn tài trợ các dụng cụ hoặc thuốc thú y, xin hãy email cho chúng tôi: email@example.com)
Geplaatst door Save Vietnam's Wildlife op Maandag 13 augustus 2018
The current rescue centre is placed in Cuc Phuong and acts as an important rescue centre, but also as an educational hub. In 2017 they rescued 427 pangolins and quickly faced overcapacity. From early 2018 until now they have already rescued over 350 pangolins from the illegal trade. Save Vietnam’s Wildlife is working on the establishment of another rescue centre in Pu Mat National Park. Last year they upgraded their existing rescue facilities there and recently 12 new quarantine enclosures for both pangolins and small carnivores have been built.
Save Vietnam’s Wildlife team calls out: If you have spare medical facilities or machines that are no longer in use and you would be willing to donate them to help save more animals, please contact the team through firstname.lastname@example.org
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