18 February 2015

New strides towards building awareness of rabies prevention

Editorial for February 2015 newsletter

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17 February 2015

GARC’s applied research publications

Two papers resulting from GARC's applied research have recently been published

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16 February 2015

Ray Butcher, passionate animal welfare advocate and board member of ARC

Ray Butcher, passionate animal welfare advocate and board member of ARC

GARC is sorry to hear of the passing of Ray Butcher early February 2015

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16 February 2015

Online course for rabies educators launched

Online course for rabies educators launched

GARC launches the first in a series of free online courses to address the need to effectively disseminate accurate, life-saving information to at-risk communities

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16 February 2015

Recent research

Recent research

Research papers from the last few months most relevant to GARC’s mission.

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13 February 2015

Rabies Teacher-Coordinators’ Orientation in Batac City

Rabies Teacher-Coordinators’ Orientation in Batac City

A workshop for Rabies Teacher-Coordinators who play a vital role in linking schools with the education manual developed last year.

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13 February 2015

Grenada team wins Global One Health Challenge

Grenada team wins Global One Health Challenge

Congratulations to the team from St. George's University, Grenada for winning the Global One Health Challenge.

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12 February 2015

Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Germany fights rabies in the Masai Mara

Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Germany fights rabies in the Masai Mara

Since 2007 VSF Germany is engaged in rabies prevention in Southern Kenya, and their continuous work has born its fruit- the incidence of rabies in humans in the areas has decreased significantly.

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11 February 2015

A Blueprint for Rabies Surveillance

A Blueprint for Rabies Surveillance

The first version of the new information and learning module, the Rabies Surveillance Blueprint is now complete.

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10 February 2015

Rabies booster study shows pets overdue for rabies vaccination are still protected

Rabies booster study shows pets overdue for rabies vaccination are still protected

A research team at Kansas State University recently demonstrated that pets with out-of-date rabies vaccinations are still protected from the rabies virus—provided they receive a booster immediately after exposure

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