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Home for handicapped animals foundation

Home for handicapped animals foundation is a not-for-profit registered organization that houses homeless, lost, and abandoned animals; primarily handicapped dogs and cats. It was founded in 1981 by Mrs. Pimkul Oransiraroj, who is now also the president of this charity. Home for handicapped animals foundation has 1,200 animals in their responsibility, most of them unwanted due to their handicapped condition.

The tireless effort of trying to help these animals survive from their physical injuries requires the foundation to seek the monies needed to cover their expenses, for example food, medicines, and veterinarian fees. The estimated monthly budget for a thousand animals is up to 16,000 USD.

The kennels are zoning for easier sheltering due to the enormous increase of recovered animals. Apparently, the organization cannot abandon them due to the national problematical issue. The animals are categorized by their levels of disadvantage; the ‘severe zone’ keeps the animals that have no survival ability such as cancer, blindness etc. Newly recovered animals are kept in the same zone before attention can be paid to them.

We at SKETCH are passionate in spreading further awareness of their plight and urge you to take their efforts into your consideration.

Please visit their website (only in Thai language, sorry).

About Us

For 50 years , WWF has been protecting the future of nature.

The world’s leading conservation organization, WWF works in 100 countries and is supported by 5 million members globally. WWF’s unique way of working combines global reach with a foundation in science, involves actions at every level from local to global, and ensures the delivery of innovative solutions that meet the needs of both people and nature.

Our Vision for the Future

We seek to save a planet, a world of life. Reconciling the needs of human beings and the needs of others that share the Earth, we seek to practice conservation that is humane in the broadest sense. We seek to instill in people everywhere a discriminating, yet unabashed, reverence for nature and to balance that reverence with a profound belief in human possibilities. From the smallest community to the largest multinational organization, we seek to inspire others who can advance the cause of conservation.

We seek to be the voice for those creatures who have no voice. We speak for their future. We seek to apply the wealth of our talents, knowledge, and passion to making the world wealthier in life, in spirit, and in living wonder of nature.

Goal and Strategies

By 2020, WWF will conserve 15 of the world’s most ecologically important regions by working in partnership with others to:
  • Protect and restore species and their habitats
  • Strengthen local communities' ability to conserve the natural resources they depend upon
  • Transform markets and policies to reduce the impact of the production and consumption of commodities
  • Ensure that the value of nature is reflected in decisions made by individuals, communities, governments and businesses
  • Mobilize hundreds of millions of people to support conservation

Our Mission

Our mission is to build a future in which people live in harmony with nature. From our experience as the world's leading independent conservation body, we know that the well-being of people, wildlife and the environment are closely linked. That's why we take an integrated approach to our work.

We're striving to safeguard the natural world, helping people live more sustainably and take action against climate change. We spend a lot of time working with communities, with politicans and with businesses to find solutions so people and nature can thrive.

Our projects are innovative, collaborative and based on scientific evidence. And we think big. We run a number of Global initiatives focusing on the regions and challenges where we can make the biggest difference - from the Arctic and the Amazon to responsible fishing.

Our work in Thailand

From modest beginnings in the early 1980s, to a large trans boundary programme today, WWF Thailand has grown to become a major player in Southeast Asia's conservation mosaic. January 1995, WWF Thailand opened its project office and became a WWF Thailand Programme Office in July 1999. 

WWF Thailand and WWF Indochina (Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Vietnam) merged on 1 November 2005 to become the WWF Greater Mekong Programme. The programme works on regional and national projects across the 4 countries and focuses on 3 key ecoregions recognized within the WWF Global 200 ecoregions. 


Unidog is a Thailand based community made for people that wants to help animals quicker and more efficient. It is an online medium created to speed up the process of getting funds to projects that helps sick dogs and cats. They focus especially on stray dogs, dogs that have been in accidents and that has or have sustained injuries. Basically they raise funds for cases that are in desperate need of help.

Unidog is not an organization or foundation but an intermediary between donators and projects. They help dogs and cats via their projects. Furthermore they help by spreading the news about the dogs and cats that are in immediate need of help.

The online medium was founded the 31st of August, 2010 and since then gotten more than 100,000 active followers on their Facebook page and the numbers increase every day.

Thank you for supporting our cause and read more about or fight on: