NUS PEACE invites you to a talk by the CEO and Co founder of Wildlife SOS.
Wildlife SOS successfully brought an end to the centuries old practice of performing bears across India using a combination of social engineering, women empowerment, provision of alternative livelihoods, seed funding, skill development, children’s education and of course passion and perseverance. Today the Kalandar community that used to cause the poaching of bear cubs is earning its living through alternative livelihoods. Wildlife SOS has rescued and rehabilitated over 630 bears across India! and runs the worlds largest bear rehabilitation centres for sloth bears.
Mr. Kartick Satyanarayan and Ms. Geeta Seshamani are excellent speakers and are invited by institutions across the world to speak.
It’s a great opportunity for everyone to attend the talk and learn about this unique social enterprise. The talk will include the objectives and work done by Wildlife SOS, various animal welfare issues that Wildlife SOS tackles and basically let you know how you can help in animal conservation
Date: 23rd January 2014
Time: 10.00 AM
There will also be a sale of calender 2014 by Wildlife SOS. We will be collecting orders and payment can be made on 23rd Jan at the venue of the talk. All proceeds will go towards the animals. Each calender will cost $11.00 and students will be given discount.
Sign up and order here!
We hope to see you there!