1 December 2014

Delay of the 1st Pan-African Rabies Control Network meeting

Delay of the 1st Pan-African Rabies Control Network meeting

In light of the current Ebola epidemic that has struck the African continent, the 1st Pan-African Rabies Control Network meeting in Durban, South Africa has been delayed until June 9-11 2015.

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21 November 2014

The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) unveils new tools to support the fight against rabies

The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) unveils new tools to support the fight against rabies

The OIE has launched a new web portal and an interactive infographic on rabies to raise awareness on the disease and to encourage the mobilisation of the international community around this cause.

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20 November 2014

World Rabies Day 2014 - roundup

World Rabies Day 2014 - roundup

Around the world there are more dedicated activists working to end rabies than ever before and World Rabies Day is a chance to celebrate that every single vaccine, volunteer, and advocate help bring that goal a step closer. This is a brief summary of some of the highlights of World Rabies Day 2014

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20 November 2014

Assessing all the impacts of a rabies control intervention

For the first time, a One Health framework has been developed to assess social, animal welfare and ethical impacts together with epidemiological and economic impacts of rabies control measures.

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20 November 2014

Rabies prevention: help is here to make progress

Rabies prevention: help is here to make progress

GARC and its partners are striving to make the tools available for successful rabies prevention universally available. Find out more about the free resources and support here

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18 November 2014

Recent Research Highlights

Recent Research Highlights

Here we aim to list recent research papers most relevant to GARC’s mission.

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12 November 2014

When Rabies Immunoglobulins are not affordable or not available

When Rabies Immunoglobulins are not affordable or not available

We are experiencing a severe artificial shortage of Rabies Immunoglobulins (RIGs) in India because companies are not producing enough of them. In Shimla (Himachal Pradesh, India) and also in other parts of the country there are currently no RIGs available in the local market.

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12 November 2014

A tool for the planning and evaluation of rabies control programmes

A  tool for the planning and evaluation of rabies control programmes

The Stepwise Approach towards Rabies Elimination (SARE) was designed in response to questions from national governments of rabies endemic countries such as: How do we start?, What needs to be put in place first? Where should the emphasis be in capacity building while resources are so scarce?

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11 November 2014

Jeanna Giese remembers her experiences with rabies on her wedding day

Jeanna Giese remembers her experiences with rabies on her wedding day

Rabies survivor and GARC ambassador remembers that 'miracles happen' on her wedding day

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7 November 2014

Me and my dog: harnessing the internet to increase awareness

Me and my dog: harnessing the internet to increase awareness

The phenomenal response to Me and My Dog highlights the potential of the internet to raise awareness of rabies prevention

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