Rabies is 99.99% Fatal AND 100% Preventable
Rabies kills someone every 10 minutes – most of whom are children under fifteen years old.
What We Do
Helping To Eradicate Rabies Worldwide
With the help of everyday people, governments and other international organisations to eradicate dog-transmitted rabies by 2030.
1. Raising Global Awareness
Today, we live in a globally interconnected world. There has never been a better time to assist the World Health Organisation (WHO), the World Animal Health Organisation (OIE), Global Alliance For Rabies Control (GARC) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in their mission to eradicate dog-transmitted rabies by 2030. The more people become rabies aware, the more people we have contributing to eradication however they can. Rabies eradication becomes real.
As everyday people, we can share the story of rabies. That it is 99.9% fatal but 100% preventable. How rabies it is a forgotten disease still very much present in the world; that rabies may be the origin of the werewolf and vampire myths; that the ‘hair of the dog’ expression for a hangover cure originated from an ancient rabies cure. Let’s get the conversation going and eradicate rabies worldwide
2. Providing Resources and Education in Developing Countries
To eradicate rabies (one village at a time) through education, dog vaccination and the up-skilling of local animal and human health workers.
We have a waiting list of villages wanting to be free of rabies.
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Although deadly, rabies is 100% preventable by vaccinating animals and people. Due to effective vaccination, education and surveillance programmes, many developed countries around the world have successfully eliminated rabies and maintained a rabies-free status.
Rabies is 100% Preventable
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Rabies is 99.9% Fatal and 100% Preventable
(vaccine available since 1885)