We can eliminate the world’s deadliest infectious disease by 2030, says new rabies campaign

Official launch event held at House of Lords.

How bad is surveillance for human rabies?

Two recent publications demonstrate widespread under-reporting of human rabies cases, but a new WHO initiative will help to improve the situation.

Customized online and onsite training (COLT) for rabies control officers

To improve the knowledge of health professionals in rabies enzootic countries, the Institut Pasteur used customized online training (COLT), which focuses on small sets of trainees and is designed for situations where direct training of specific skills by experts is needed.

The Animal Handling and Vaccination Certificate

The GARC Education Platform is proud to announce the launch of its first profession-specific course - the Animal Handling and Vaccination Certificate (AVC).

An end to human rabies deaths - The time is now!

Delegates from around the world gathered in Geneva on 10-11th December 2015 for a landmark meeting, entitled “Global elimination of dog-mediated human rabies: The time is now”.

A picture speaks a thousand words

The winning images from the Pan-American World Rabies Day Photo Competition 2015

Three new papers from GARC authors

In the last two months, GARC staff members published three scientific papers related to the work GARC is doing to combat canine rabies

World Rabies Day grows again

World Rabies Day 2015 had the largest global participation so far and continues to connect, unite and motivate the rabies prevention community

Richard Branson adds his voice to End Rabies Now

World famous entrepreneur Richard Branson endorses the End Rabies Now campaign

Editorial: Launch of the End Rabies Now campaign – it’s time to make rabies history

The End Rabies Campaign is a year-round campaign to bring the world’s attention to the global burden of rabies and its prevention and to help direct resources towards the countries that need it most.