22 February 2017

Workshop evaluates rabies control activities in Cameroon using the “SARE” tool

Workshop evaluates rabies control activities in Cameroon using the “SARE” tool

Cameroon, a Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) member country, is leading the fight within the central African region and has taken the first critical step towards controlling and eliminating rabies by developing an up-to-date and comprehensive national control strategy.

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20 February 2017

Rabies victim lives on through her mother’s dedication

Rabies victim lives on through her mother’s dedication

To share what inspires those involved in the effort to eradicate rabies, we are taking a closer look at the work and the lives of some of the winners of the World Rabies Day MSD Animal Health Award from 2016.

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20 February 2017

Recent Research - February 2017

Recent Research - February 2017

A round-up of recent research articles in line with GARC's mission

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16 February 2017

Bat rabies outbreak in Peru claims one, but others survive: Mass vaccination campaign underway

Bat rabies outbreak in Peru claims one, but others survive: Mass vaccination campaign underway

Dozens of potential exposures to rabies were reported in Peru's Cusco region, but of the 85 suspected of having contact with rabid bats, only three clinical cases have been confirmed at the time of this report. Of these three cases, two victims still survive.

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15 February 2017

World Spay Day

World Spay Day

February is National Spay/Neuter Awareness Month in the US, and February 28th is World Spay Day this year.

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6 February 2017

Collecting Bite Victim’s Stories

Collecting Bite Victim’s Stories

Louise Taylor recently visited the Philippines GARC office where the team are starting a new project to assess the effectiveness of free animal bite treatment centers. She describes her day testing out the protocols in communities and animal bite treatment centers in Tarlac Province.

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3 February 2017

A Better Way Forward for rabies control in India?

A Better Way Forward for rabies control in India?

Tamil Nadu, a state in Southern India with a population of 77.9 million people, could improve upon its current rabies control strategy and reduce its human rabies deaths by 90% if it embraced the One Health concept that links the health of animals to the heath of humans more fully.

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22 January 2017

3000 Want a Friend, Be a Friend booklets for children in rural South Africa

3000 Want a Friend, Be a Friend booklets for children in rural South Africa

A successful campaign to deliver valuable rabies educational resource to children in rural South Africa

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17 November 2016

Recent Research - November 2016

Recent Research - November 2016

A round up of recent research studies aligned with GARC's mission

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16 November 2016

World Rabies Day 2016 Celebration in the Philippines: Moving towards Rabies-free by 2020

The Philippines is among the seven Southeast Asian countries where canine rabies is still highly endemic, and so the World Rabies Day celebration presents an opportunity to educate and involve Filipinos in the shared goal to ultimately eliminate rabies in the country by the year 2020.

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