Service – Disaster Management

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Disaster Management By PAWS

PAWS tries to help animals in distress during such natural calamities within its own limits in any way possible, from sending supplies to doing actual ground work. PAWS helped over 300 sick & distressed animals during Mumbai area floods in 2005.


KERALA AND KARNATAKA FLOODS AUGUST 2018

Team PAWS sent out over 300 kg of food & medical parcels to KERALA AND KARNATAKA. Our five team members helped in COORG for feeding the hungry and also helped in first-aid treatments.

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DOMBIVLI INDUSTRIAL BLASTS MAY 2016

PAWS DISASTER MGMT REPORT 2016

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26th May, 2016 a blast occurred at the chemical factory in MIDC, Dombivli. Two out of four reactors caused this magnanimous blast which killed 3 people and injured around 100 people. Deepesh Mhatre, the local Shiv Sena Leader called up PAWS Dombivli that a bull was injured near the blast site, and it was also tied up, hence he could not escape. No sooner this was heard, Nilesh Bhanage, founder of PAWS swung into action  & with his team of volunteers reached to the blast site to rescue the bull.

Thereafter, on receiving several calls from locals around, PAWS sent its ambulance immediately to check for other injured animals. They found 2 dogs who had unfortunately died under the debris of the blast. Also, an injured kingfisher bird has been rescued by PAWS. Several Crows & Pigeons were dead cause of shock. All the dead bodies to Murbad Center for burial & injured birds brought 2 PAWS office.

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