10/10 - 10th OCTOBER
The majority of farmed animals & fish on planet Earth are raised in Asia. Every single one of these countless billions of animals is a living, sentient individual with needs, but the vast majority of them do not have these needs met, and suffer because of it.
Every 10th of October we will unite the people & NGOs of Asia to make visible the importance and urgency of this issue.
Because of the interlinkages with other global issues that affect people & planet, the way we currently treat farmed animals simply cannot go on.
Explore below to see how you can get involved to help the animals across Asia who need your action now.
10/10 - 10th OCTOBER
Please select which session you wish to attend and click to register. A link to the session will be emailed to you.
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DO ONE THING FOR FARMED ANIMALS
Everyone has the power to DO ONE THING FOR FARMED ANIMALS
IF I WAS A FARM ANIMAL I WOULD BE A....
Share knowledge of farmed animal sentience by taking part in this fun activity! If you were a farm animal what would you be and why? Scroll down on the form to add your photo!
HIGHLIGHT THEIR PLIGHT!
Let your friends & family know that you care about the plight of farmed animals across Asia & SHARE our posts.
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EAT PLANT BASED
Demonstrate that you care by cutting cruelty from your diet and EAT PLANT BASED for a whole week...maybe you'll love it so much you'll continue your journey to a plant based diet.
Click on the links image for recipe sites in various languages!
ARE YOU ALREADY A FARMED ANIMAL ADVOCATE?
If you are already an advocate for farmed animals or know someone who is then we want to know! Visit the HUMANS OF FARM ANIMAL WELFARE and complete the simple form to send us your information on what you do to help farmed animals or nominate someone who is!
Never underestimate the impact you can have when armed with the correct knowledge. There are many organisations working to improve the lives of animals used for farming. Visit our interactive map below to learn more about this important work of organisations across Asia working for farmed animals.
Check the map below to find out which animal protection organisations will be sharing the posts in your country. Follow them and share Asia Farm Animal Day content all week from 3rd October, right up to our day of celebration on 10/10
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Explore by country and organisation here
NGO LEARNING SESSIONS
Asia for Animals Coalition has many well established NGOs in our membership and network. In this series of learning sessions, we aim to share detailed expertise, resources and knowledge which can help your organisation be even more effective in your work for farmed animals.
Please note that some of the sessions are only intended for an NGO audience. Are an NGO who would like to become part of our free network? Find out more about how to join HERE
Every year, these workshops will take place in the week leading up to Asia Farm Animal Day with sessions brought to you by:
HUMANS OF FARM ANIMAL WELFARE
From farmers to food businesses, charity workers to chefs and animal activists to parents... learn about the challenges and victories of this inspirational group of people!
Perhaps you too are an advocate for farmed animals in Asia? Or know of someone who is?
If so WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!
complete this simple form below and nominate someone as a 'human of farm animal welfare'
A COLLABORATIVE CELEBRATION OF THE MOVEMENT TO HELP FARMED ANIMALS IN ASIA. CO-ORGANISED BY:
Our previous celebrations
In 2020, we celebrated on October 2nd, World Day for Farmed Animals, with some great Asian-centric activities. Click the image below to visit our 2020 page to find out more and view some of last year's webinars which are sure to be valuable to a public and NGO audience alike.
Asia Farm Animal Day is a celebration of the diverse range of stakeholders & actors across the world who strive to be the voice for farmed animals in Asia. We welcome open discussion to advance this important cause. But in this spirit of compassion to all beings, the co-organisers of this event will not accept any form of language or behaviour which is hateful, harmful, abusive or intended to cause disharmony.