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We have already had a global impact through our diverse work within the movement, but we want to take this to the next level in 2021; That is why we have dedicated to give back through all aspects of our organisation.
Our work has supported animals all over the world and
In December 2020 we came across a video on Chinese TikTok (Douyin / 抖音) that involved a man rescuing dogs from the meat trade in Guilin, China. Our Co-founder quickly messaged him asking how we can help.
Through research, we found that many organisations working in China rescue dogs from the meat trade and send them across the world, costing thousands of dollars, so we decided to help by finding local people to care for the dogs to save costs and make it more sustainable.
The dogs we rescued:
Unfortunately, there's many more dogs that need to be protected and with your support we can continue to save them. As of December 2020, we have saved three beautiful dogs from the meat trade in China.
We posted two of the videos using footage from the man we had spoken to on TikTok from the UK and they received over 300,000 views and thousands of comments with people expressing their anger towards people that abuse dogs.
So, we decided to do something about it. On the 12th of December we rescued three beautiful dogs from the meat trade in China. We have started a campaign to raise $10,000 to save the lives of fifty dogs,
see below on how you can donate and get involved!
We work with various organisations to create impactful change within the movement.
Conservation is an integral part of our mission and through all of our projects, we aim to protect the ocean and trees. Our publications have reached millions worldwide through newspapers, online media and news. We also had a solo exhibition and book project in Nepal that highlights climate change.
Gorkha: In Focus started while working as a team leader with ICS in Nepal in 2017. While working in this rural community in the Himalayas, Jasper was inspired by the people he met and decided to tell their story about climate change and women's empowerment.
Exhibitions and Publications
Solo exhibition and international publications, reaching millions worldwide
We have supported various charities and organisations focusing on issues surrounding
woman's rights, migration, water, education and poverty.
During 2013, our founder spend 3 months in Ethiopia. The children he met while working as a teacher on the government International Citizen Service changes his lifestyle, passions and career. This work won awards and was featured in publications internationally, inspiring people about sustainable development.
Our presentations, talks and workshops focusing on humanitarian issues.
There's always so much more to be done and we will continue to support people through our varied projects,
especially as the climate and humanitarian crises is so connected.
Interested in finding out more?
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