BENEFITING: Elephant Aid International
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Your generous donation will save Lambodhar Prasad from a life of misery.
After 60 years, Lambodhar Prasad is desperate to be freed from leg chains…
Elephant Aid International (EAI) is raising funds to build a chain-free personal sanctuary for Lambodhar Prasad and 62 other captive-held elephants who live and work in Chitwan National Park, Nepal. It is part of our comprehensive, groundbreaking “Chain Free Means Pain Free” initiative.
But freeing Lambodhar Prasad and other mature bulls from the chains that incarcerate them poses a serious challenge.
Big and dangerous, bulls require a much more costly approach to freedom. The solar-powered fencing used for females is unsuitable for males. It simply cannot contain them during their musth season.
Additionally, wild bulls who roam Chitwan National Park attack the captive-held bulls unless they are adequately protected.
A steel pipe enclosure is the only guaranteed protection.
The Lambodhar Prasad Project: Freeing Nepal’s Chain Gang
Chitwan National Park authorities have asked EAI for help and EAI has agreed!
EAI has embarked on a pilot project, The Lambodhar Prasad Project: Freeing Nepal’s Chain Gang, to demonstrate that even captive-held bulls can live chain free safely.
Working with its Nepalese partners, EAI will custom design and build a steel pipe enclosure to support Lambodhar Prasad’s long journey back to physical and emotional health.
The four-acre enclosure will be filled with forest vegetation and natural substrate and will have everything needed to protect, rehabilitate and ensure ongoing medical care for
We must raise $226,150 to cover the cost.