Expanding GARC’s Resource Hub: New rabies materials ready for download!

We are thrilled to share some exciting news with you! More rabies-related materials have now been added to the GARC website and are available for download.

GARC has expanded its collection of downloadable resources as we continue to make rabies information available, accessible, and shareable. These newly added resources are a great aide in raising rabies awareness in various communities. Whether you are a healthcare professional, educator, community leader, or simply someone passionate about making a positive impact, we believe you will find these materials valuable and informative.

Here’s a sneak peek at some of the highlights:

Various infographic resources available on the GARC website

1. Educational posters and infographics

Eye-catching visuals yet packed with information about rabies and its prevention. These materials are easily available for download, and can be shared in various ways such as through social media.

Among the newly added materials are infographics on Tips for runners to avoid dog bites as well as a helpful guide for Planning a vaccination campaign for your community.

You can also find resources providing simple explanations on rabies-related topics such as How dog vaccination helps in preventing the spread of rabies and Why quarantine a biting animal for 10 days only.

2. Multilingual Resources

With the importance of reaching diverse communities worldwide, GARC has resources available in multiple languages to ensure that information is accessible to a broader audience. More resources have now been translated into various languages, such as the children’s activity book Want a friend, be a friend which is now available in more than 10 languages. Some posters and infographics are now available in other languages like Farsi, Vietnamese, French, and many more.

Multilingual resources available on the GARC website

3. Scientific publications

Delve into more than 60 peer-reviewed GARC publications available on our website. GARC remains committed to being a leading science-based organization as we share this extensive range of scientific publications focusing on rabies elimination.

Publications like “The role of waste management in control of rabies: A neglected issue by Wright et al. (2021)”, “The use of dog collars offers significant benefits to rabies vaccination campaigns: The case of Zanzibar, Tanzania by Omar et al. (2023)”, and “A global analysis of One Health Networks and the proliferation of One Health collaborations by Mwatondo et al. (2023)” are among the latest additions.

All these resources are readily available on the GARC website for free download. Simply visit our resources section. From there, you can explore the various categories and choose the resource type that suits your interest or requirement. All resources are conveniently organized for easy access and navigation.

We will continue to update and expand these resources to ensure that you have access to the latest and most relevant rabies-related information.

Lastly, don’t forget to share these amazing materials with your colleagues, family, friends, and communities to reach more and raise awareness about rabies.

 Article contributed by: Eunice Mendoza (GARC)