Animals Lebanon uses Tahaki Mobile App

NGOs that work on improving the welfare of animals through comprehensive animal protection and welfare legislation, started using the technology to improve the conditions of captive endangered wildlife by engaging the community and turning animals lovers into activists.

Animals Lebanon, One of the principal Lebanese Civil Society Organizations launched a new project (Gotta Identify Them All) which aims to determine the pet shops, vet clinics, zoo and other facilities and places that maintain and concerned with animal. Animals Lebanon will cooperate with tahaki.com to use its free crowdsource app.

tahaki Crowdsource App is a free tool that allows NGOs to literally turn everyone into an activist by crowdsourcing their insights. the mapping effort becomes a collaborative tool that boosts civic commitment and generates knowledge for improved outcomes.

Tahaki is helping Animals Lebanon Volunteers by providing them with a free mobile app (iOS and Android) that allows them to send reports, report cases, attach pictures and send locations.

Despite a recent decree requiring pet shops and other facilities to register with the government in Lebanon, the vast majority simply have not done it. 
All of these locations will be turned over to the Ministry of Agriculture and given a choice. Register and meet the standards — or be closed down.

The results of this project are gathered in a unified map through which Animals Lebanon reviews the information coming from people involved in this project and determines the accuracy of this data and ensures its credibility.