HMP x Raffles Girls' School

The students at Raffles Girls' School had some great questions about the Himalayan Mutt Project's efforts to save the Himalaya. Some of the questions included thoughts about long-term sustainability of the project, They also asked questions about how the international community can do more to help facilitate the growth of this project, and amplify its positive impacts for Himalayan communities. Notwithstanding, there was also much oohing and ahhing over the adorable photos of dogs and wildlife that I shared during the talk. Opportunities like these really help us relate to an issue that seems so far away. We are so fortunate in Singapore, to not have to worry about getting bit by dogs with r

Gim Ng's Himalayan Dream

Dr. Ng, a Singapore-based veterinarian, has worked with rhinos and big cats in Africa, but it’s always been her dream to help protect the Himalaya. She joined the HMP team in 2016 as a volunteer veterinarian. ​It has always been a dream of mine to visit the Himalayas. As soon as I began climbing as a teenager, I started to dream of going to the legendary mountains in the Himalayas. I have been trekking in the high alpine since 2006, when I went to New Zealand to pursue veterinary science. Mountains teach us to respect Mother Nature, and how we need to be prepared for everything. I’m extremely fascinated by Himalayan wildlife; from beautifully coloured Himalayan Monals, to Bengal tigers, Indi

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