Sikkim article Index
Sikkim is a tiny Himalayan state in the north west of India. The skyline is dominated by the 3rd tallest mountain, Mt Kangchenjunga (8586m).
Sikkim is where Australian Charity Vets Beyond Borders works with the local group SARAH ( Sikkim Anti-Rabies and Animal Health). They provide the best veterinary care in the state, train vets and nurses and due to their work with street dogs ( vaccinating against rabies and deserving) have made Sikkim a Rabies free state.
To read more about Sikkim and the SARAH project, see below:
Dr Alan Sherlock’s VBB update from Sikkim
April 1st 2015: Dr Farlie and Nurse Nicole off to India
May 1st 2015: Where are Dr Farlie and Nicole
May 1st 2015: A working honeymoon
May 1st 2015: Nurse Nicole and support team Daniel
May1st 2015: Advice from an old hand, Dr Alan Sherlock
May 1st 2015: What’s it all about?
May 2nd 2015: What does it cost?
May 2nd 2015: Where do the dogs come from?
May 4th 2015: Life in Sikkim
May 10th 2015: Dr Thinlay Bhutia- SARAH programme coordinator- through Dr Farlie’s eyes