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Cow and Her Calf


Why join us?

Join an International Network


Be part of Asia's biggest network of animal protection organizations – the Asia for Animals Coalition – working with like-minded organizations towards improving animal welfare across the continent. Connect with organizations from around Asia to enhance and amplify your own work, share resources and build up a movement for a better life for billions of humans and animals.

Access Grants

Get introduced to grants and increase opportunities to gain the funds you need for your operation. As our coalition grows, your organization will be able to access funding opportunities you may not find anywhere else.

Engage in Specialized Working Groups

Engage in dedicated working groups that co-develop new campaigns, share best practices and support your work around farm animal welfare issues.

Capacity Building

Engage in free facilitated learning and capacity building sessions so that you are equipped with effective knowledge skills, and strategies to help animals. 


  • You are an organization, foundation or group wanting to help farm animals.

  • Your organization does not undertake any violent or illegal activities.

Benefits and requirements for members


  • Provide leadership opportunities to the Coalition’s work across Asia.

  • In collaboration with others to set the priority activities for farm animals across Asia. 

  • Network with key stakeholders.

  • Access to any policy information available.

  • Primary access to funding opportunities.



  • Join in and contribute to the strategic plans of the Coalition.

  • Undertake key activities to drive our mission.

  • Be an ambassador for AfA’s Farm Animal Coalition across Asia.

  • Coordinate to bring existing and new groups together.

  • Promote the Coalition’s vision and expansion.


In order for the AfA Farm Animal Coalition to thrive, information sharing is crucial.

All information concerning counter partners, former counter partners, our staff, volunteers, and financial data, and business records within the internal discussions is confidential. “Confidential” means that you are free to talk about the program/project and role of the position, but you are not permitted to disclose partners’ names or talk about them in ways that will make their identity known. No information may be released without appropriate authorization of the Farm Animal Coalition’s members and/or the organization that provided the initial information. This is a basic component of client care and business ethics.

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