Building humane communities one partnership at a time...
Just wanted to share an exciting project that Kairos Coalition is currently working on. During the week of 4-8 March, we will be working with Humane Society International and Yeu Dong Vat to conduct a series of workshops aimed at developing a deeper and broader public awareness about the disastrous implications of rapid industrialization of the animal agriculture sector in Vietnam.
1) During the afternoon of March 4th and 7th, we will be conducting information awareness…Continue
Added by Robert Lucius on January 21, 2013 at 1:09pm — No Comments
Many of you will recall our plan to establish a communal foster home for dogs and cats rescued off the streets of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam....a place where these scared and injured animals can find love and be prepared physically and temperamentally for eventual adoption into suitable forever homes.
The Restored Hope Foster Home opened last spring in part through a grant of $1,500 in March 2012. We followed up with a subsequent grant of $3,500 in August 2012 and recently…Continue
Added by Robert Lucius on January 18, 2013 at 10:06am — No Comments
In December 2012, Kairos Coalition provided tuition grants totaling $2,800 to 74 primary, secondary and university students for this school year. It may not seem like a lot of money but this was enough to cover the tuition and fees for these students for the first half of the 2012-2013 school year. This was a continuation of the previous school year tuition grants top 74 students. 2 dropped out of the program so we added two new students to the scholarship rolls.
Since the last…Continue
Added by Robert Lucius on January 18, 2013 at 9:40am — No Comments
This is a short video from the ceremony to award the 2012 Kairos Coalition Planting the Seeds of Compassion Scholarship to each of 74 children from Nam Thắng village (Tiền Hải District, Thái Bình Province, Vietnam). I was particularly move
Added by Robert Lucius on October 10, 2012 at 2:38pm — No Comments
What if you could really make a difference?
Do you really believe it is within your power to do so?
Believe me, it really is possible....and it starts right here: The Restored Hope Foster Home Project
Since 2010, the Kairos Coalition has been collaborating with an inspiring group of young Vietnamese volunteer animal welfare advocates. This…Continue
I am sad to share that Happy passed away at 1:30AM this morning (March 12, Vietnam). Happy was one of the first cats in Vietnam to be equipped with a wheelchair following her rescue off the streets of Ho Chi Minh City. Her story can be read here: …Continue
Added by Robert Lucius on March 13, 2012 at 10:02am — No Comments
Because we believe that education is an important component for developing more humane societies, in March 2012, the Kairos Coalition will pilot a new scholarship program in Vietnam. Over the next five years (2012-2017), we have committed to assisting 60-70 low-income middle and high school students from Tien Hai District, Thai Binh Province in the completion of their education by providing comprehensive scholarships sufficient to cover tuition and book expenses. In return for receiving…Continue
Added by Robert Lucius on December 21, 2011 at 11:10am — No Comments
From September to November 2011, the Kairos Coalition collaborated with Yêu Động Vật (animal lovers) volunteers to plan and run a nation-wide Animal Welfare Propaganda Poster Contest in Vietnam as a component of the Kairos Coalition’s ongoing multi-faceted Humane Education program in Vietnam.
For the last seventy years, the Propaganda Poster has been a fundamental tool used by the Communist Party of Vietnam in its efforts to inform and educate the citizenry, extol…Continue
Added by Robert Lucius on December 20, 2011 at 1:15pm — No Comments
In May 2011, the Kairos Coalition sponsored a trip by three Yeu Dong Vat members to visit Bangkok, Thailand in order to conduct a fact-finding research mission about the operations and activities of SCAD Bangkok (www.scadbangkok.org) , one of Thailand’s best-known and most successful companion animal rescue/adoption and animal welfare education organizations in Asia. SCAD was founded in 2002 by British Expatriate Sherry Conisbee. Originally, called…Continue
Added by Robert Lucius on December 20, 2011 at 8:56am — No Comments
In October 2011, Kairos Coalition sponsored two representatives of Yeu Dong Vat to attend the 2011 No More Homeless Pets Conference held in Las Vegas, NV from 21-23 October. This conference, which is hosted by the Best Friends Animal Society, is one of the largest gatherings of companion animal advocates in the world. Our YDV friends not only had the opportunity to attend highly informative and practical presentation and training sessions on subjects as varied as low-cost spay/neuter…Continue
Added by Robert Lucius on December 19, 2011 at 2:51pm — No Comments
I'm so thrilled to announce the completion (and availability!) of a Vietnamese Language Go Veg Guide (http://www.scribd.com/doc/71585820/Cam-Nang-an-Chay-Complete).
This 21 page guide was developed in collaboration with Yêu Động Vật(ydv.rog) and Vietnam's Green Generation Network (Thế Hệ Xanh) with a generous financial grant from A Well…Continue
Added by Robert Lucius on December 15, 2011 at 10:17am — No Comments
Sometimes, we don’t have to look very far for opportunities to do good things.
Often, they simply find us. Fate does all the hard work. We just have to keep our eyes open and be willing to take risks when such moments arise. All that is required of us is compassion, courage and perhaps a bit of faith.
I call these moments “Kairos” opportunities, points in time that collide with destiny to create a singular window of wondrous opportunity. These moments cannot be measured or…Continue
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A truck on Highway 8 in Laos transporting dogs for meat from Thailand to Vietnam
Vietnam today stands at the same…Continue
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