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Bridging Lanka, Mannar - Website: www.bridginglanka.org

It's only a fence but what a great fence it is!!

Finally, work has started on the Donkey Clinic site at Thailankudiyiruppu. Under the expert instructions of Dr. Ramesh from Donkey ...

.... AT LAST

Working in Sri Lanka teaches us the virtue of ‘patience’. After two gruelling years of frustration, bureaucratic lethargy, untold obstacles and crippling progress, we finally got ...

With a child’s heart

The instant rapport and confidence of a four year old with a donkey was startling to behold. In Spike, the little man from Melbourne, Australia, there was no argument. He wanted ...

Requesting land for a future donkey sanctuary

Dr. Ramesh Kumar from The Donkey Sanctuary India (DSI) spent one week with us and achieved many things during his sixth visit. We had several formal ...

The donkeys love their new and improved site – the gate is open but this donkey doesn’t want to leave!

Hoof Reduction Therapy

Dr Ramesh from Donkey Sanctuary India first showed us how to trim ...

A Spoonful of Determination…

At the request of Dr. Ramesh from Donkey Sanctuary India, we dewormed all 12 donkeys. This has become part of our regular six monthly schedule to keep the donkeys ...

Donkey Assisted Therapy Update

This month we conducted two Donkey Assisted Therapy (DAT) sessions for our MARDAP children. Nineteen children and five teachers participated. Under the guidance of the ...

Teachers overcome their fears

In our November report we said we were planning to conduct an awareness training program for the MARDAP teachers. This was because in the last DAT session we noticed ...

A visionary year draws to a close

After a hectic two months of donkey activity and enterprise, December was a quieter month. Although rain hampered our many plans, building construction continued on ...

 DAT Program after the experts left

Following guidance provided by the wonderful Donkey Sanctuary India and Ethiopia staff, we started the Donkey Assisted Therapy program for MARDAP children ...

Donkey tour de force

A turbulent three months of battling local prejudice against donkeys was transformed into an emotionally uplifting time in which a group of Australian tourists descended on ...

 

 Increasing numbers of volunteers desire contact with the donkeys and this demonstrates clearly the donkeys’ tourism potential. It is hoped that our strategy to pursue social, animal and ...

Donkey feeding and taming program – In May there was unseasonal rain which flooded our temporary sanctuary. The donkeys were forced to wade through the water to reach their food. Our new site is on ...

Donkey feeding and taming program:
Robin delights in his ‘donkey work’. Naturally generous and loving, Robin showers both attention and effort to ensure many donkeys are fed daily. In the urban area ...

Donkey feeding program:
Robin continues his daily feeding of donkeys both for households which have adopted donkeys and also for the donkeys at our temporary sanctuary. The almost thousand employees ...

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