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    The Wild Animal Rescue Foundation of Thailand (WAR)

    The Wild Animal Rescue Foundation of Thailand (WAR) is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to the welfare and preservation of native species.
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    65/1 3rd floor. Sukhumvit 55, Klongton Nue, Wattana,
    Bangkok , 10110
    Contact Person: Tony Smallwood
    Phone: 66 2 7129515
    Fax: 66 2 7129778

    Detailed Information:
    The Wild Animal Rescue Foundation of Thailand (WAR) aims are outlined below:

    Prevention, education and active campaigns against hunting, trade and cruelty to wild animals.

    Rescue wild animals, especially those which are disabled or maltreated, and help them to spend the rest of their lives in a sanctuary in a natural environment.

    Seek assistance or advice from experts, both local and foreign to:

    (a) train captive wild animals and their offspring to survive in the wild.

    (b) train local and foreign people interested in wild animal rescue or conservation to be familiar with this work and encourage them to participate in the projects of the foundation.

    Promote conservation and the balance of nature with ecological systems essential to the survival of wild animals.

    Cooperate and coordinate with the Thai Government agencies or other organizations both local and foreign concerned with the rescue and conservation of wild animals, educate school children about their responsibilities in environmental conservation and preservation, and publicize these activities amongst the general public.

    Conduct activities and cooperate with other charitable organizations for the public benefit.

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