Students doing the assessment during an offline GARC Education Platform (GEP) workshop in Algeria

Saving lives through education: A personal story from a local rabies champion in Algeria.

Read the personal account of a local rabies champion in Algeria about how she used the GARC Education Platform (GEP) to help save lives from rabies. We read about the key roles of education in rabies elimination and how her activities have helped her community and her organization.
Conceptual overview of the Rabies Epidemiological Bulletin (REB) as a data management system for rabies

Ground-breaking: GARC-WHO collaboration makes data reporting easy

Through close partnership and collaboration, GARC and the WHO have worked together to help ease the burden of data reporting. A specialised “Data reporting app” has been installed into the Rabies Epidemiological Bulletin that will enable government focal persons to easily complete their rabies reporting requirements to the WHO with the click of a button!
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A special thanks to Dr Jacques Barrat

Thank you, Jacques! Read about one of our most dedicated volunteers, Dr Jacques Barrat. Jacques has not only dedicated much of his life’s work to eliminating rabies, but even after retirement, has continued to contribute to rabies elimination through his volunteer efforts. Read a personal note from him about his background and love for selflessly helping others, especially in terms of rabies elimination.
Special thank you to Dr Brigitte Dunais

A special thanks to Dr Brigitte Dunais

Thank you, Brigitte! Read about one of our most dedicated volunteers, Dr Brigitte Dunais, who has dedicated so much of her time to translating content into French. Read a personal note from her about why she has given her time and expertise to help fight rabies.
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Thank you to our donors and volunteers!

Times have been tough for all of us around the world, but you have continued to share your generosity with us and with all those suffering because of rabies. From everyone at GARC and all the people and animals that have been saved through your support, we would like to say a big Thank You to all our donors and volunteers!
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Thank you to our GEP graduates!

Our GARC Education Platform courses have made a huge impact on rabies education worldwide. However, this would never have been possible without you – our GEP course graduates. Through the REC course alone, we estimate that we have reached more than 5,65 million people with life-saving knowledge. Thank you!
End Rabies: Collaborate, Vaccinate

Join World Rabies Day 2020 - collaborate and vaccinate!

The theme for this year’s World Rabies Day has been revealed! Find out what (and when) World Rabies Day is, how you can participate and how we make it easy for you! Understand why we chose this theme and what you can do to make a difference by raising global awareness about rabies. Find out more about how you can contribute and how your voice can join millions of others from around the world to make rabies a disease of the history books.
The great team of translators that translated the REC

A global pandemic can’t stop us: Chinese language experts selflessly volunteer in the fight against rabies

Although most of us may be stuck in lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, that hasn’t stopped this fantastic group of people in China who have worked to translate the REC into Simplified Chinese. We have worked with our newest collaborators from CBCGDF in China to expand the reach of the GARC Education Platform, helping to save millions more lives.
2.6 Challenge fundraiser

A viral challenge for a challenging virus – everyone can get involved!

The latest viral challenge has hit our shores with the #TwoPointSixChallenge! Read about how you can take part in the London Marathon – from your own home! Join the global challenge and run, hop, skip, flip pancakes, eat or even (video) game your way to helping eliminate rabies.
Companion animals do not transmit COVID-19

COVID-19 and companion animal(s): What you need to know

In a span of several weeks, life as we know it has changed due to COVID-19. The statistics are staggering with 2.5 billion people in more than 35 countries practicing social distancing at the most extreme possible way - by staying at home. Schools and most businesses, except for essential services, have shut meaning that everyday life has changed for most of us for the foreseeable future. As of this writing, there have been more than 2 million confirmed cases and a hundred of thousand deaths globally, with these numbers growing rapidly on a daily basis.