Elephant Aid International Projects

   Asia's First Chain-Free Hattisar REPORT January 2013
   Chain Free Means Pain Free
   Chain-Free Corral Pilot Project REPORT - May 2012
   Elephant Foot Care
   Free the Elephants Volunteer Project - Nepal, 2015
   Mahout and Elephant Training Initiative (METI)
   Supporting Mahouts and their Elephants

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Elephant Aid International

Elephant Aid International (EAI), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, was established to create a paradigm shift that will foster change in beliefs and approaches to the care and management of elephants. With the combined efforts of international scientists, veterinarians, mahouts, elephant caregivers and elephant welfare supporters, EAI is helping to change how the public relates to elephants; how mahouts (elephant handlers) and elephant caregivers train elephants; and how captive elephants are cared for worldwide. EAI has pioneered a new system, Compassionate Elephant Care, which will eliminate antiquated, dominance-based training and result in improved elephant welfare.

By providing education and hands-on assistance, EAI is working to end the worldwide suffering of elephants…one elephant at a time.

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News


2014-07-25

Nepal: Carol Buckley interviewed on Kantipur TV
Watch this live June 4, 2014 interview with Carol Buckley who discusses EAI's "Chain Free Means Pain Free" project and talks about her ongoing work to bring Compassionate Elephant Care to Nepal. Read full story...


2014-07-14

Nepal: Lambodhar Prasad, the elephant desperate for kindness after spending 60 years in chains
He has spent his entire life in chains and works seven days a week. He is also not allowed to breed, socialise or form any sort of bond with another living being. Read full story...