Animal Jobs Asia


Animal Jobs Asia: If you already have relevant training, we have listed below several organisations that offer animal jobs in Asia.

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Animal Refuge Kansai (ARK), Japan (http://www.arkbark.net): aims to form a network of people who love animals, believe in sharing their lives with them, and who work actively to rescue them from suffering.

Animals Asia Foundation (AAF) is a Hong Kong-based government-registered animal welfare charity, it also has charitable status in UK, USA, Germany, China and Australia. The mission of the AAF is to end cruelty for animals Asia-wide.

Care for Dogs, Thailand aims to reduce the numbers of street and temple dogs. This is achieved through education, neutering, rescuing and offering medical assistance.

Endangered Primate Rescue Centre (EPRC), Vietnam is based at Cuc Phuong National Park works in the rescuing, rehabilitation, research and conservation of the endangered primates of Vietnam.

Greenpeace, China Greenpeace China was established in Hong Kong in 1997 and has since added a liaison office in Beijing. Like any Greenpeace office in the world, they focus on the most crucial threats to the biodiversity and environment of our country and planet. They raise public awareness about environmental issues through research, lobbying and non-violent direct action. They promote open discussion about China’s environmental problems and work with local government on constructive solutions for a healthy and sustainable future.

Greenpeace India exists because the earth and all life on it deserves a clean and safe environment - now and in the future. Since its earliest days, Greenpeace has been linked to the seas and its ships are incredibly valuable, not only in actions to save the whales and protect the marine environment, but for all campaign work. Actions often speak louder than words and non-violent direct action is at the heart of Greenpeace campaigns, which have also grown to include lobbying and research over the past years.

Hong Kong SPCA (http://www.spca.org.hk/en/): aims to promote kindness and to prevent or suppress cruelty to animals. Through their education project they aim to inspire in the community a deep respect for life. Their work involves: collection and rescue of abandoned, sick and injured animals, investigation of complaints of cruelty, acceptance of unwanted pets to ease the stray problem and animal suffering, provision of low-cost neutering for cats and dogs, re-homing, hospitalization of homeless animals whenever necessary - treatment of disease or major surgery.

Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden (KFBG), Hong Kong) is a registered non-profit making organisation dedicated to increasing awareness of our relationship with the environment and bringing about positive change in the world through conservation & education.

Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) works to protect key habitats in Malaysia. Their work includes, creating nature parks, publishing books, environmental education and data collection.

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals PETA (India) is based in Mumbai and operates under the simple principle that animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on or use for entertainment. 

Singapore SPCA cares for animals in need in Singapore.

Society of Abandoned Animals (SAA), Hong Kong has become the biggest animal sanctuary in Hong Kong. Their work includes: rescuing and re-homing, setting up an animal blood donors' databank (providing backup support for veterinary clinics and pet owners), running a Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) programme, management of an a animal advice hotline, locating lost pets and running school education programmes. To volunteer or apply for animal jobs see their website link above and click on the 'english' button for translation.

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) China works to stop and eventually reverse the accelerating degradation of our planet's natural environment, and to help build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature by: conserving the world's biological diversity, ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) India (http://www.wwfindia.org/): is engaged in a multitude of activities for protection and conservation of the environment in the Indian context. Intimately involved in the conservation of tigers in India since the late 1960s, WWF’s significant efforts culminated in the launch of Project Tiger in 1973. It seeks to conserve and protect the biodiversity of maritime life and resources by sensitising the people at large. The pollution of the river waters and the imminent threat to aquatic life is a cause of great concern. WWF-India has stepped in on a number of occasions to launch campaigns for securing their habitat, like 'Save the River Dolphin' project. WWF believes that if you secure an animal’s habitat, you secure its right to live.

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Pakistan works to stop and eventually reverse the accelerating degradation of our planet's natural environment by: conserving the world's biological diversity, ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Asia works to stop and eventually reverse the accelerating degradation of our planet's natural environment by: conserving the world's biological diversity, ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.

World Wide Fund (WWF) Hong Kong works to stop and reverse the accelerating degradation of our planet's natural environment, and to help build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature by: conserving the world's biological diversity, ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.

Wildlife SOS India was created by a group of committed individuals to help and save wildlife. Wildlife SOS believes that rapid action needs to be taken by every individual in this lifetime to make a change which will conserve and protect the environment and wildlife.

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