The use of ivermectin in a rabies vaccination campaign

GARC contributed to improving the technique for administering ivermectin, giving dogs a better experience during a rabies vaccination campaign.

Progress towards the goal of eliminating rabies deaths by 2030

World Rabies Day is many things to many people – it reminds the world that people and animals are still dying of rabies, it raises awareness of organisations and individuals who are working to end these deaths and celebrates their efforts,  and it unites the global rabies community and reminds us all that no matter where we are, we are not alone in our efforts.
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Inviting all organisations to join the End Rabies Now campaign

We invite your organisation to take action this World Rabies Day by joining the End Rabies Now campaign.
Dog vaccination team, Ethiopia

Overcoming challenges with training that prevents rabies deaths

Daniel Stewart of GARC, an expert in dog behaviour and handling, gives a personal account of his recent work in Ethiopia.
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Shine a light on rabies heroes in your community!

The second World Rabies Day Awards, brought to you by MSD Animal Health and GARC, celebrate the great work done by individuals and organisations to end rabies.
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Africa united against rabies: The PARACON Epidemiological Bulletin

The PARACON Epidemiological Bulletin is an integrated system designed solely for rabies data collection, collation, analysis and dissemination that has been developed specifically for PARACON member countries.
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Building capacity through access to resources

As part of GARC’s commitment to building in-country capacity to eliminate rabies, the Canine Rabies Blueprint and the GARC websites have recently been updated to improve access to up-to-date guidance and resources for the rabies control community.

Editorial: Strengthening the Stepwise Approach towards Rabies Elimination (SARE)

The Stepwise Approach towards Rabies Elimination (SARE) is a key initiative to simultaneously acknowledge the complexities of rabies control and to develop a process framework that would make rabies control programs more manageable and effective.

What factors affect a rabies control program costs?

A recent article by Elser, et al. in Transboundary and Emerging Diseases provides a helpful analysis of the cost variability involved with expanding or implementing rabies control programs.

Maximising the reach of the REC through veterinary schools

In the Philippines, the GARC online education tools are being integrated into some veterinary college curricula. Here we share two stories about how the skills of students are being boosted so that they can participate more confidently in rabies education and vaccination in their communities.