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Chatter box To mark this years' annual World Rabies Day, Mission Rabies are campaigning to Educate. Vaccinate. Eliminate.

This October will see a mass drive to vaccinate 10,000 dogs in the northern region of Goa, Bardez, as part of the campaign to eliminate the rabies virus. The drive will be broadcast live on the Mission Rabies website with live maps, video updates, blogs and social media posts from staff, volunteers and resident vaccination teams.

To stay up-to-date with their progress, follow #MRGoa16 on Twitter or click here to visit their website.  Chatter box

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BVA joins campaign to end rabies by 2030

The BVA is joining the global End Rabies Now campaign which aims to put a stop to the disease by 2030. The announcement has been made to coincide with World Rabies Day (28 December).

Nearly all rabies cases occur as a result of a bite from an infected dog and around half of all dog bites and rabies deaths affect children under the age of 15.

End Rabies Now, which is led by the Global Alliance for Rabies Control, is working to significantly raise the profile of rabies as a global neglected tropical disease. It's three key messages are: vaccinating dogs ends rabies; every rabies death is preventable; and it's possible to end human deaths from canine-mediated rabies by 2030.

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