Giving a Future Animal Aid was set up by Kjetil Hasselgaard and Maiken Fransisca in 2012.
After travelling extensively in Asia, Kjetil and Maiken realised the best way to help the vast numbers of suffering animals they encountered was to establish a resource in their home country that could support and encourage the work of selected NGO's working in the field.
Dr Parsuram Phuyal BVSc & AH was formerly Vet in Charge at HART.
He has recently taken up a Govt post but continues to assist us in a Consultancy capacity.
Caroline Popadick became involved with HART while volunteering in Nepal.
She is seeking funds and donated supplies to support the work now
that she is back at her base in Canada's capital, Ottawa.
Please contact her HERE if you have Canadian donations
Miriam Blytner is a long term traveller to Nepal who has worked to help animals there for the past 7 years.
On a recent trip she found this abandoned puppy. Lucky 'Trunte' will be adopted in Denmark.
She is seeking funds and donated supplies to support HART now
that she is back in Denmark.
Please contact her HERE if you have Danish donations
Ramesh Bhattachan is a well known organiser of long distance running events in Nepal and also runs a training school for potential Gurkha soldiers.
He and his lads assist HART at local events and with any heavy duty work that needs doing quickly.
Meet the staff...
Khageshwaar Sharma - Director, has been with HART from the start and has been involved with animal welfare organisations for most of his career.
Chandra Rai - Community Liaison Officer, has also been at HART since its beginning. He has many years experience of animal welfare and is additionally HART's administrator and accountant.
Dr Yugal Raj Bindari, BVSc & AH - Veterinarian, graduated in 2011 from HICAST, Bhaktapur. He completed his internship on Prevalence of mange infestation in canines. He has previously worked in a vet clinic and at the Mount Everest Kennel Club. Currently, he is working for his Masters on Theriogenology.
Narayan Dhakal - Technician, is a qualified technician. He also hosts a regular programme on FM radio about agriculture and animals. He has excellent communication skills and we are grooming him to run our Schools Education programme.
Nem Prasad Shrestha - Dog Handler & Driver, joined as a trainee. We spotted his natural talent in handling dogs during our CNVR programme in Hasanda Village. He is now an expert handler and technician.
Hiralal Shrestha - Dog Handler. His family are farmers in the Tanahu District, near Damauli. He has a natural affinity with animals and has become an expert handler and technician.
Asmita Rai - Technician, is a qualified technician and our first female recruit. We met her last year during our first CNVR camp in Illam, where she was doing her internship at the DLSO. She had assisted us during the programme and had shown tremendous interest to join HART to continue and develop her career.
Subash Shrestha - Dog Handler, who comes from the same village as Hiralal. He had a prior career in hospitality but has settled well into working with dogs and their carers.