Cee4life has been in contact with Indonesian authorities to help the animals in Bandung Zoo. A small team will be travelling to the zoo in the couple weeks to meet with officials, assess and discuss in what capacity we can aid the zoo. Watch for updates and how you can help.
Our Core Missions
Our core missions include aiding special animals at risk of neglect, threat or abuse. We are open to all category of animals, wild, farm, or domestic, whether they are on the land, in the sea, or in the air. We do specialised work, for and with, wildlife animals that are listed as threatened or endangered as a species, and in particular those with special needs like the critically endangered species in the wild or in unethical captive situations. Our ground work operations are imperative, but we also know from experience that education is a key ingredient to prevent many negative impacts upon animals and the environment. Therefore we also incorporate educational presentations and programs into our rescue work for communities, school groups, business’s, governments and the tourism industry. No matter which core mission area we are working in, communication is vital in reaching the source of the problem and finding the solution.
Please read on to find out more about our core missions.
Animals At Risk
A core mission of ours is to help special animals at risk of neglect or abuse. We specialize in wildlife animals that are either threatened or endangered as a species, and in particular those with special needs like critically endangered and in captivity.
We receive referrals from all over the world asking for help with wildlife animals at risk that need rescuing and rehabilitation. These animals that need help are often found to be in dire circumstances of neglect or abuse, due to human financial or sociopolitical situations of no fault of the animals.
It is a core mission of Cee4Life to respond to these referrals and activate help for these special animals.
We work with our partners in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region in conservation projects to help save threatened wildlife animals and habitats. The many tiers of conversation work include 1) the conservation of habitats, 2) fighting against poaching and illegal trade of threatened species, and 3) engagement and education of people and the communities. We provide education and support service to grassroots groups, communities and other NGO’s, both locally and abroad, to support them in their conservation efforts and projects.
There are circumstances where the scale of abuse, neglect or endangerment is at a more systemic level. Response to such abuses requires extensive and often covert investigations.
It is our mission to conduct these investigations meticulously to bring about the best outcome of justice and change, for the betterment of wildlife and the environment.
Education and Training
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Nelson Mandela
Education is the key to raising awareness of the value of our wildlife and our natural environments. Cee4Life is dedicated to provide education and training in wildlife care, animal ethics and conservation – from a grassroots community level to businesses and governments.
We conduct education sessions in local communities, especially those in rural and remote regions of Australia and the Asia-Pacific.
We provide education and training to wildlife carers and zookeepers in how to care for wildlife and endangered animals kept in captivity.
Anti-Poachers and Conservationists
We provide support and training to Anti-Poachers and Conservation teams. We teach best practice conservation methods on wildlife and environmental issues to the people who need them most.
We work with businesses and provide advice in formulating their environmental management and sustainability plans. (See Achievements: APP)
We work with governmental departments to formulate policies in environmental management, habitat preservation, wildlife management and sustainability. (See Future Projects: Thailand)
International Relations and Wildlife Aid
“Many conservation projects would only succeed in the long term if they transcend national boundaries…. International cross-border cooperation is vital.” Sir David Attenborough
The fight for Conservation is multi-tiered. Rescuing animals at risk, for example, may involve the work of international diplomacy and intricate geopolitics.
We endeavour to work with different nations in putting wildlife and endangered animals as a priority. Cee4Life would also like to put forward contingency plans to assist in reducing human-animal conflicts and for long-term conservation goals. (See Future Projects)
Illegal Tiger Body Parts Purchased in Tiger Temple Seized in Australia – See full article http://www.cee4life.org/illegal-tiger-body-parts-purchased-at-tiger-temple-thailand-confiscated-in-australia/
Follow all developments on Tiger Temple case here – http://www.cee4life.org/the-tiger-temple-report/
Cee4life is in the process of gaining permission to deliver a series of conservation education programs to refugees throughout the Central Pacific.
- Wildlife and Education progam/event for India 2017
- Wildlife and Education program/event for Thailand 2017
- Animal welfare and education program/event Australia 2017
- Ongoing rescue work
Keep checking back on our website for details of presentations, events and programs!