Animal lovers take good care of the pets that are nourished and healthy. Many helpless animals in the natural environment destined to die simply because they do not receive the necessary help and medical care in due time. We have created a comprehensive platform to help build a well-known animal rights activist with 35 years of experience and over 300 wildlife survivors, to build the Global Wild Animal Rehabilitation Institute (GWARI in short).
We are proud that our knowledge and resources can help to build a better future also in the field of the rehabilitation of wild animals and, in particular the unique rehabilitation of handicapped people in co-operation with handicapped animals.
We have created a comprehensive platform to help build a well-known animal rights activist with 25 years of experience and over 300 wildlife survivors, to build the Global Wild Animal Rehabilitation Institute (GWARI in short).
GWARI will provide (1) Rescue and rehabilitation of abandoned, injured, sick and maltreated animals; (2) Process and unique rehabilitation program for the return of wild animals to the natural environment, (3) The adoption of wild animals remotely via IP camera technology, Blockchain, and Smart Contract, (4) Vocational training program for special rehabilitation of handicapped people, in co-operation with handicapped animals, led by university, international experts; and (5) Financial assets and others for smooth operation.
The “animal fighter”, who has devoted 25 years of his life to careful rescue, rehabilitation, accommodation, assistance and study of wildlife, is also one of the few in the world who can return a rehabilitated wild animal with a unique rehabilitation process to its natural environment.
Under the guidance of a university, internationally renowned platform experts, and associates of the GWARI Institute, they will not only help the animals but also in a unique, medically recognized way, with handicapped animals provide help to so-called risk groups: groups of children and adults with mental disorders or physically injured by trauma or with a lack of socialization skills, etc.
Find out more: https://gwari.org