The primary objective of our sterilization campaigns is to provide free spay and neuter surgeries for stray animals, as well as owned animals in low-income communities. By preventing unwanted litters, we can curb the exponential growth of the stray animal population and reduce the burden on already overcrowded shelters. Additionally, sterilization has numerous health benefits for animals, including a decreased risk of certain types of cancers and behavioral issues. We have carefully designed our campaign strategy to ensure maximum impact and sustainability. Our approach includes collaborating with local veterinary clinics, engaging experienced veterinarians, and establishing temporary clinics in targeted communities. By working closely with local authorities, community leaders, and volunteers, we aim to create a collaborative effort that will have lasting effects on animal welfare.