Where we work
Our work ranges from international advocacy to community-level capacity building.
GlobalOur universal programsEnd Rabies Now
International, multi-partner campaign to achieve zero deaths from dog-mediated rabies by 2030 worldwide - visit EndRabiesNow.orgWorld Rabies Day (WRD)
Annual global day of awareness on September 28th, spreading the message of rabies prevention to millions of people. Learn more and get involved.Partners for Rabies Prevention (PRP)
GARC coordinates this network of global stakeholders in rabies control, including international agencies, vaccine manufacturers, rabies researchers and NGOs. The group meets to find innovative ways to advance rabies elimination efforts worldwide and to address research gaps. Read more about the PRP here.GARC Education Platform (GEP)
Series of free online courses to provide communities and professionals with skills and knowledge to prevent rabies.Health Economic Research
GARC and partners within the PRP have played an important role in gathering health economic data on the burden of rabies and the cost-effectiveness of control. The reassessment of the global burden of rabies and calculation of the costs and the benefits of large-scale rabies control programs provide data on which to base our advocacy efforts.Rabies Blueprint
The Rabies Blueprint and Stepwise Approach towards Rabies Elimination help countries develop rabies programs and monitor progress towards elimination.
AsiaOur work in AsiaCountry support
GARC has worked with local government partners in the Philippines and other countries on mass dog vaccination, community outreach, education, diagnosis and surveillance. These elements are integrated into national government programs, and the resulting data will inform policy decisions in other countries. Learn more here.