60 Photos - Dec 18, 2009
Photo: The Logo of Project Mala as depicted by the childrenPhoto: Project Mala Charity the charity that gives education to children in the carpet industry - their Turkahan School's assemblyPhoto: The new water pumps at the schoolPhoto: Indian children always want to make the most of opportunities for educationPhoto: Playing cricket with new equipmentPhoto: Happy schoolchildrenPhoto: Those same children before they were enrolled at the school run by Project MalaPhoto: Children with toys sent from the UK at Project MalaPhoto: A papaya tree in the school's gardenPhoto: Tending the school's gardenPhoto: Tooth Brush stand such a cheerful aid to personal hygiene!Photo: School enjoyment togetherPhoto: Project Mala School children taking end of year examPhoto: Hungry young learners tucking into lunch provided by Project MalaPhoto: Rescued young people at Esther Benjamins  Trust in Kathmandu Nepal  photographed by Philip HorganPhoto: These young girls have been through harrowing times - another of Philip's photos at Esther Benjamins TrustPhoto: These young Nepali boys and girls now have a future of hope with Esther Benjamins TrustPhoto: EBT's young people safe and smilingPhoto: Philip Horgan's photos capture confidence at EBT's mosaic studioPhoto: The beautiful art work and a happy artist again at EBT in NepalPhoto: They could be my grandsons saved from a form of slavery by the Esther Benjamins TrustPhoto: Esther Benjamins Trust -  Mosaic school in NepalPhoto: A tiger depicted in mosaicPhoto: A happy young artist at EBTPhoto: Rina with the completed peacock that Aline commissioned!Photo: The Peacock that Aline especially commissionedPhoto: I love the serenity of this picture in our garden in ScotlandPhoto: A Nepalese peacock in a Scottish spring gardenPhoto: Aline sitting with Raju and a friend at Rosewood and the mosaicPhoto: King of the Jungle in his element- Tiger Awareness CharityPhoto: Lunchtime -  another one of Philip Davis's excellent photos for Tiger AwarenessPhoto: Oh dear life is so tiring!  Philip again has all the luck with this shotPhoto: I love this photograph of a tiger in all its beauty taken by Philip Davis of Tiger AwarenessPhoto: Aline's photo of a tigress at Kanha from 10 feet away on an elephantPhoto: This is my own screensaver taken by Philip for Tiger AwarenessPhoto: What a splendid photography again by Philip Davis  of Tiger AwarenessPhoto: Tiger Awareness donated a camel cart to a hunter family to give alternative employment 2008Photo: Philip Davis donating uniforms and sports equipment to help build relations with schools on periphery of Tiger territories 2007Photo: Philip making the presentation of cycles and binoculars in Ranthambhore in 2007Photo: Philip Davis meeting with Field Director Bandhavgarh for distribution of mosquito nets and torches in 2008Photo: Brooke Hospital for Animals India Staff at The Brooke Head Office in DelhiPhoto: A Mission StatementPhoto: Map showing the regions in which The Brooke India operatesPhoto: Mrs Dorothy Brooke who started the charityPhoto: One of the Charity's mobile unitsPhoto: The streets of Old DelhiPhoto: Into the Nosebag!Photo: Providing water for weary thirsty equinesPhoto: A Veterinary inspection of an injuryPhoto: Graham who is a vet and I enjoyed the visit to see The Brooke at workPhoto: International Animal Rescue  helping to rescue dancing bears that have been cruelly exploitedPhoto: This is a repelling photograph for me of such cruelty and exploitationPhoto: Owner and bear before he receives compensation and the bear is rescuedPhoto: Compensation for the bear being agreed with its owner and an undertaking to never own another bearPhoto: The pain for this little one thankfully being rescued by IARPhoto: Bear cubs going to a better life with International Animal RescuePhoto: Happy healthy and free thanks to the Charity's workPhoto: Now that is better!Photo: A sloth bear called Baloo freed, brought back to good health and living in peace and contentment at BannerghattaPhoto: Healthy looking happy Bears