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WSPA Disaster Relief - UPDATE
WSPA uses its expertise and knowledge to react quickly to disasters all over the world. Communication is difficult due to power cuts, but to date assistance has not been needed for animals in the region.

Delivering Aid to Animals: WSPA responds to five global disasters in 2010
With nearly 30 years of treating animals in post-disaster situations, WSPA has been involved in some of the world’s most devastating disaster relief efforts - including the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami and Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

Disaster Alert: Help the animal vicitims in Haiti
The animal victims of this disaster will desperately need help too, and animal welfare groups are joining forces to come to their aid.

WSPA brings aid to animals in disaster zones worldwide
Thanks to our supporters and member societies, WSPA has recently been able to come to the aid of thousands of animal victims of natural disasters around the world.

WSPA answers call for help in global floods
Flooding of historic proportions in several parts of the world has required the assistance of WSPA and its member societies in various relief and rescue operations.

WSPA steps in to save flood stricken livestock
They will be treating sick and injured animals, giving vaccinations and providing medicines, working at all times with government vets on the ground.

WSPA helps relief effort in West India
WSPA working with its member societies in emergencies like this can relieve the suffering of thousands of animals, whose survival is also crucial to local communities ability to recover from such catastrophic events.

Asia Pacific Disaster Update: WSPA responds to animal emergency
The World Society for the Protection of Animals’ (WSPA) disaster response team has been able to relieve the suffering of hundreds of animals caught up in the natural disasters in Asia Pacific through the provision of much needed food and medical care.

WSPA monitors two disaster zones
The WSPA is liaising with member societies in South East Europe after melting snow and heavy rain swelled the River Danube to its highest level in more than a century causing severe floods.

Disaster Alert
WSPA staff throughout the world are monitoring current and impending disaster situations for any animal welfare needs. At this early stage it appears that the need will be small due to the nature of the damage but we will wait for detailed information from the field.

Emergency relief for animals in East India
Over 20,000 animals were left in need of emergency aid after flash floods devastated more than 70 villages in the Eastern Indian state of Orissa.

Battling Bolivia's Floods
WSPA and member society Animales S.O.S. are feeding thousands of animals left stranded during increasingly severe floods in Bolivia which began late last year.

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