Nominations: World Rabies Day awards

World Rabies Day awards 2021

Welcome to the Nominations form for the World Rabies Day 2022 awards. 

Following from the success of the World Rabies Day awards last year, we are again focusing on the impact in communities by champions with strengths in different areas. We have focused on celebrating those individuals who are making a difference. However, while you are being nominated as an individual, the relevant work of your organization can be included, as we do not expect you to achieve everything alone. Please be sure to only include work that you are involved with within your organization.

Please note that all work, impact, and reporting should relate to rabies control and elimination activities only. The impact of your work should only include not-for-profit work, therefore data on paid services should not be included (e.g., for private practices).

Criteria: Preference will be given to individuals who perform outreach in their local community.

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Nominations for the World Rabies Day awards are now open. You can nominate yourself or a colleague using the form below.

Please be sure to complete the form as accurately as possible and include as much relevant detail as possible, as this will help the judges to better understand your excellent work!


Please only submit one application per nominee. Multiple nominations for the same person will not affect the judging process. 

Please fill in the information below for the person that you are nominating:

Nominee details
Please include the full URL for your website, including the http:// or https:// before your address, as follows:"
For example, how many people educated/animals vaccinated/animals sterilized/etc.
Here are some examples of questions that you can answer to complete this section:
  • Have you reduced bite incidence in your area because of vaccination or education?
  • Have you had fewer reports of rabid animals in the area because of vaccination?
  • Have you seen better community relationships between dogs and people?
  • Have you had more support from local authorities or civil society because of your work?
Please list all partners, especially any government partners. You do not need to list funding agencies, but rather people you have worked with to achieve your results.
Maximum 8 files.
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Please attach any additional information that you think may be helpful, especially in terms of demonstrating your impact (e.g., reports, graphs, maps, etc.).
Unlimited number of files can be uploaded to this field.
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