The hot topic of Animal Trafficking is finally getting attention, as a meeting called in London hosted by the Zoological Society of London hits the press.
If you’d like to get involved, head straight to the source, and volunteer in Indonesia, which is a major stop off point for trafficking vessels carrying animals to Asia. Work in our rescue centre, aiming to rehabilitate animals that have been seized back into the wild.
For a short period of March 17 – April 7th, Kaya are offering a discount of £125 off the project price, for volunteering wishing to join us between those dates.
We need extra manpower to tackle this issue, and if you think you’ve got what it takes, apply today!