At the end of 2021, we celebrated a milestone when the 10,000th person graduated the Rabies Educator Certificate course. Find out how this life-saving information has reached millions of people around the world and hear from graduates about their experiences.
Our message is an important one, so we have decided to present it each month in a different light! GARC is focusing each month’s social media on a specific rabies-related topic so join us in sharing the messages each month and help End Rabies Now. Watch the teaser video inside!
The heroics of adventurers like Indiana Jones has nothing on the heroics of the field staff and rabies professionals working to eliminate rabies. Our RAIDER toolkit and recent diagnostic training shows how the RAIDER can make a difference in Central and West Africa.
This Valentine’s Day you chose to show your love by donating to help us protect the special bond between people and dogs, because you too know that #LovingDogsIsGlobal and together we can save lives if we #EndRabiesNow.
Through never-ending grit and determination, animal health professionals across Zanzibar are progressing the country’s rabies elimination efforts by vaccinating dogs across the island every year with the help of the GARC App on their mobile phones.
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We look back at 2021 and highlight some of our activities and achievements for the year. While our ability to provide in-person support continued to be significantly hindered because of travel restrictions and lockdowns, we remained committed to ensure that the goal of rabies elimination should not be forgotten during these extraordinary times.
World Rabies Day 2021 was made a success by all of you in the rabies community! GARC would like to thank you all for your participation - which exceeded last year’s - and highlight some of the many activities that made 2021 so special!
Prompt action saves lives. The Philippines is developing the Rapid Response Toolkit for Rabies to serve as a quick reference guide to effectively respond to rabies. Through the One Health approach, the toolkit highlights the importance of collaboration among various stakeholders in responding to rabies cases efficiently.