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1st Meeting of the Regional Rabies Focal persons in East Africa

The Panel of Rabies Program Directors of the Americas (REDIPRA) has proven very successful in moving forward rabies control and elimination activities across Latin America. Based on this success, the idea was conceived to develop similar structures for various sub-regions in Africa.

Pan-African Rabies Control Network (PARACON) 1st regional Workshop

The first regional PARACON workshop was held in Grand Bassam, Cote d’Ivoire from 29-30 June 2016 and introduced the delegates to several new tools to support their rabies control efforts.

Inaugural Pan-African Rabies Control Network (PARACON) meeting

The first PARACON meeting took place in Gauteng, South Africa in 9-11 June 2015. The meeting was executed in the form of an intensive, 3-day workshop, and delegates from 33 African countries attended as official representatives for their countries.

A workshop on Rabies Elimination for ASEAN countries

On February 25-26, 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand, GARC hosted the 1st Asia Regional Workshop on Rabies Elimination. The meeting was the first in a series that are supported by the UBS Optimus Foundation and will contribute to the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) efforts towards their goal of rabies elimination from the region by 2020.

Launch of new rabies course at Asian rabies expert meeting

GARC announces launch of free online Rabies Educator Certificate at the gathering of regional rabies experts in Bangkok

The Pan-African Rabies Control Network, PARACON

GARC is pleased to announce the formation of the Pan-African Rabies Control Network, a new venture to support rabies control efforts across the entire African continent.

MEEREB members call for a regional initiative for rabies elimination

Representatives from Croatia, Georgia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Romania,Serbia, Turkey and Ukraine combined their expertise with scientists from the Pasteur Institute and GARC to discuss the rabies situation in their respective countries and identify strategies for regional control