Press releases

27 September 2016 - Geneva

WORLD RABIES DAY – September 28th – “Educate, Vaccinate, Eliminate”

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

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18 December 2015

An end to human rabies deaths - The time is now!

Delegates from around the world gathered in Geneva on 10-11th December 2015 for a landmark meeting.

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3 November 2015

New campaign seeks an end to rabies deaths in 15 years

New campaign seeks an end to rabies deaths in 15 years

The End Rabies Now campaign urges the international community to step up efforts to eliminate human deaths due to canine-mediated rabies around the world in just 15 years’ time.

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25 September 2015

Time to invest in defeating human rabies transmitted by dogs

New report by WHO, OIE, FAO and GARC demonstrates the feasibility of global rabies elimination

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16 July 2015

WHO says the international community must do more to take action against rabies

A new report from the World Health Organisation urges the global community to accelerate action against rabies and other neglected zoonotic diseases

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11 June 2015

AFRICA UNITES TO COMBAT RABIES

Leading public health and veterinary experts from 34 different countries have come together to co-ordinate efforts to combat rabies in Africa

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9 June 2015

GARC Welcomes G7 One Health Approach To Neglected Diseases

The Global Alliance for Rabies Control has welcomed a statement from the G7 Summit, at Schloss Elmau in Germany, to commit to a One Health approach to develop new health technologies, including vaccines to tackle neglected tropical diseases

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2 June 2015

WSAVA and GARC Join Forces in Rabies Fight

WSAVA and GARC Join Forces in Rabies Fight

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) and the Global Alliance for Rabies Control (GARC) have joined forces to collaborate in the fight against canine rabies.

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17 April 2015

160 people die of rabies every day, says major new study

160 people die of rabies every day, says major new study

Collaboration between doctors and vets could significantly reduce deaths

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