In collobaration with Brooke India, the above project continued with the aim to work for the welfare of the animals specifically equines consisting service provision, community engagement and advocacy provision. In service provision theme, it works to relieve the animals from immediate pain and sufferings through its emergency treatment service provision by its highly skilled veterinary team. Additionally for sustainability point of view, it also enables existing veterinary service providers like vets, para vets through vigorous in-house trainings. Simultaneously, the other service providers like farriers (who fits horse shoes), hair clippers are also trained. MSS is implementing the project in two Units namely Baghpat Unit covering area of Baghpat, Bulandshahr, Ghaziabad, Hapur & Meerut Unit started from April 2018 covering areas of Meerut, Muzaffarnagar, Bijnor & Shamli.
Tetanus Vaccination of Equines : 6531
Emergency Treatment of Equines : 129
Government Vetinary Officers Workshop : 11
Association Meeting Conducted : 120
First Aid Kit Distributed : 299
Glander Death Compensation to Equine Owners : 31
Equine Welfare Group (EWG) Linkage with National
Rural Livelihood Mission : 12
Particpatory Welfare Need Assesment of Equines : 578
Exposure Visit to Onsite Field : 4
It was in the year 1977 that, under the inspired leadership of Rt. Rev. Patrick Nair, Bishop of Meerut, Meerut Seva Samaj (MSS) was established. It was properly registered, under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 at Lucknow on July 1, 1977.
Meerut Seva Samaj