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Philippines vaccination campaign

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Philippines vaccination campaign

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Philippines vaccination campaign

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  • Press release

    Rabies continues to kill despite effective animal & human rabies vaccines

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    To set up interviews and to get photos and B-Roll, please contact Samantha Bolton on cell: +41 79 239 23 66 or email: [email protected]

World Rabies Day Press Release

Sept. 27, 2016

Rabies continues to kill despite effective animal & human rabies vaccines. Rabies control needs to go beyond human and animal health services

To set up interviews and to get photos and B-Roll, please contact Samantha Bolton on cell: +41 79 239 23 66 or email: [email protected]

Register your World Rabies Day event

Sept 1, 2016

Be part of the global rabies prevention community and share your awareness event with the world. 

International publications highlight World Rabies Day's value and recent progress

Sept. 20, 2016

World Rabies Day is always an opportunity for action at all levels from local to international. This year several publications report on progress.

Community Coordinator Certificate - new online course launches 

August 24, 2016

GARC is proud to announce the launch of its third online course on the GARC Education Platform - the Community Coordinator for Rabies Certificate (CCC).

Rabies and primary animal healthcare community engagement in South Africa

Sept. 14, 2016

In an exciting collaboration between the Global Alliance for Rabies Control and the University of Pretoria, 1000 “Want a Friend, Be a Friend” Booklets were distributed to various schools in the Gauteng, Limpopo and North West Provinces of South Africa.

Sustaining the drive towards rabies elimination in Kenya

Sept. 14, 2016

Kenya is observing the second anniversary of the launch of her strategy for elimination of human rabies by 2030. In those two years, there have been significant steps and events that have increased momentum towards realizing the vision of a rabies-free Kenya.