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Cultivating Compassionate Changemakers: Our School Outreach Program

We believe that education is the foundation for building a kinder world for all beings. By educating students regarding various aspects of plant-based diet. That’s why we’ve launched our “School Outreach Program,” a dynamic initiative that empowers students to become advocates for animal welfare and plant-based living.

Step 1: Planting Seeds of Compassion

Our Program team visits secondary schools in Kathmandu and Lalitpur, presenting workshops titled “Benefits of Plant-based diet.” These interactive sessions shed light on the realities of animal agriculture and the impact of our dietary choices. We discuss the concept of veganism, not just as a diet, but as a way of life built on compassion and respect for all creatures.

Step 2: Empowering Young Minds

We go beyond simply imparting information. We encourage students to see themselves as agents of change. The workshops spark critical thinking about the connection between animal welfare and the food we consume. Students learn how opting for plant-based alternatives can directly reduce the demand for meat and dairy products, ultimately leading to a decrease in animal cruelty.

Step 3: Building a Network of Change

The program doesn’t end with a single workshop. We ignite a spark of lifelong commitment by forming “Compassion Clubs” within participating schools. We spark students’ imaginations with debate and poetry competitions centered around animal welfare. These friendly rivalries between compassion clubs allow students to voice their concerns, develop critical thinking skills, and advocate for animals in a creative way. We bring in compassion clubs together to share their ideas on animal welfare through sports like football.

Step 4: Experiential Learning

To bridge the gap between theory and practice, we organize shelter visits and trips to factory farms for Compassion Club members and their families. Witnessing firsthand the realities of animal agriculture reinforces the importance of responsible food choices. We also invite compassion club students, along with their parents, to visit our animal sanctuary. These interactive tours provide a firsthand look at the work we do, allowing visitors to connect with rescued animals and understand the importance of animal welfare.

Step 5: A Ripple Effect of Kindness

The impact of our program is truly inspiring. We’ve reached over 1500 secondary and higher secondary schools so far, establishing many vibrant Compassion Clubs. These young ambassadors of change are actively promoting plant-based diets, influencing not only their peers but also their families and communities. We empower the next generation to build a kinder world for all. We believe that fostering empathy for animals starts at a young age. That’s why we offer a range of engaging outreach programs designed to educate and inspire compassion in students.



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