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Annual Number of Deaths from Rabies Hits 70,000 Worldwide

The Global Alliance for Rabies Control (GARC) today announces that preliminary data released this month at the OIE Global Conference on Eliminating Rabies has estimated 70,000 people worldwide die each year from rabies at a cost of US$4 billion.

World Rabies Day Aims for 150 Countries!

The fifth World Rabies Day promises to be bigger than ever. Join us and help save lives.

Ride for Rabies

Cyclists from the AHVLA in the UK recently completed a 200 mile ride from the Pasteur Institute in Paris back home to their lab in Weybridge to raise awareness and funds for WRD.

New educational materials and presentations

For WRD 2011, the Alliance has developed new educational resources in diverse languages, and will host a global webinar on 21-22 September.

Could we eradicate rabies for just 10% of current spend?

Head of OIE, Dr. Vallat, releases video calling for global collaboration in the fight against rabies

A Filipino Experience to Remember

The Bohol Rabies Project recently held an international conference to share their experiences in the Philippines. Jeanna Giese, a guest speaker, shares her impressions and memories of her visit

GARC directors Receive Awards

Ray Butcher, a board member of the Alliance, and Deborah Briggs, executive director, have been recognized by international organizations for their work in animal welfare and rabies control.

GARC Exec Director begins Huffington Post blog

Deborah Briggs, GARCs executive director and one of the worlds leading authorities on rabies and rabies prevention, posted her first entry on the UK edition of the Huffington Post this week.

Bohol conference gets international media attention

Bohol is an island in the Philippines. It is a place of white beaches, turquoise seas, and the extraordinary "Chocolate Hills". It is home to about 1.2 million people. And last week, it was host of The International Conference on Rabies Prevention.

WRD Webinar - a rare opportunity

The World Rabies Day Webinar brings together the worlds leading authorities in rabies research, "One Health" advocates, doctors, veterinarians, students and World Rabies Day event planners.