We have exciting news from Ban Ton Sae, the site of the new elephant veterinary clinic.  Following our recent News post: We Need Water! (see News)  STEF has received a very generous donation of £10,000 from the Marjorie Coote Animal Charity Trust which has enabled us to start work on the bore hole.

We are incredibly grateful for this donation, which covers the cost of the bore hole, the holding tank and the water pipes.  As you can see from the photographs, we have wasted no time in getting the work started, and drilling has commenced close to the  clinic building, which itself is nearing completion. We’re delighted to be making so much progress on this much needed veterinary clinic, which will provide care –  free of charge – to domesticated sick elephants in the Phang Nga region.  See our Strategy

Funds are also in place now for the elephant barn, next to the clinic, where sick elephants will be treated.  The land surrounding the clinic has matured well following extensive tree planting, and is nearly ready to receive its first elephants.  Join us in making this project come to fruition for the benefit of elephants in Thailand.  Please Donate here.

 

Drilling in progress at Ban Ton Sae