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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Off topic but important: Uganda and the battling of aids, stigma and more

Off topic? Maybe! Nontheless important? Absolutely - Wild Time in conversation with Mitwalo Hamuza from CBVA in Uganda, a voluntary non-profitable,non-governmental charity organisation formed by a group of youth activists to carry out a variety of activities in helping the orphans,youths,disabled,people living with H.I.V /A.I.D.S and other vulnerable groups of people in eastern uganda.

This organisation was formed in 2009 and fully registered with Iganga District Development and Culture Oficce, Iganga District Non governmental Organisation forum and the District Network of A.I.D.S Service organisation



Monday, January 30, 2012

Tabuk Paws Voluntary Animal Welfare Network - In conversation with Sarah Heaney

Tabuk Paws was created to create a network of animal welfare enthusiasts in Tabuk to: * Reduce the stray problem through Trap-Neuter-Release * Reduce animal abandonment * Re-home animals * Reduce animal cruelty & neglect * Inform expats & locals about animal welfare.

Wild Time caught up with Tabuk-based Sarah Heaney to talk about their work.

Tabuk Paws on facebook


Monday, January 23, 2012

Earthrace UK - In conversation with Lucy Byrne

In demand, Earthrace's Lucy Byrne

The interview touches on topics such as cetacians in captivity, the dugongs and turles killings in Australia, the whales and dolphin hunt in Taiji, education, activism and more.


Earthrace on facebook

Sunday, January 22, 2012

World Day for animals in laboratories 2012 - in conversation with Dean Bracher


The world day for animals in laboratories will be highlighted by a march through Birmingham/England on Saturday, April 28th 2012.

Wild Time caught up with one of the organisers of the event.

Of course, Wild Time will also be at the march to record and bring you further footage in April 2012.

Monday, January 16, 2012

Saving animals from slaughter in Sydney - in conversation with Sarah Constable

Babies torn away from their mothers to die for veal - the dairy industry is one cruel industry indeed. Thankfully there are people like Sarah Constable and her sister and friends in Sydney/Australia who save as many animals as they possibly can

This conversation is further proof how one person can make a difference!


You can donate by transfering money into Sarah's account:

Account holder Sarah Constable
St. George Bank
4-16 montgomery st.
kogarah, nsw, 2217
account nr.: 057 132 741

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