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The Forum, launched by the World Health Organization (WHO), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) - the global agencies responsible for human health, animal health and food and agriculture - will bring together partners across government institutions, human and animal and environmental health sectors, the private sector, civil society as well as research and academia. (...) Scientific research and field evidence show that mass dog vaccination campaigns that cover 70 per cent of the at-risk dog population can confer herd immunity against rabies and are the only real way to interrupt the disease's infectious cycle between animals and humans. (...) Loletekia, Uganda - A member of the Karamojong pastoralist community with his dog. Compartir esta página Learn more about rabies FAO and animal health United Against Rabies OIE WHO Video To mark World Rabies Day, United Against Rabies proudly presents: “A Dogs-Eye View”.
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Score: 1454034.7 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/es/item/1310138/icode/
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This is one of the highlights of a project recently completed by the Government of Indonesia and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), with financial support from World Animal Protection . (...) Families may also keep dogs as pets and consider them as part of their social status. (...) “For three years, we have been building an understanding on how vaccinating dogs is the most effective way to control rabies, both in dogs and in humans,” said Joanna Tuckwell, Campaign Manager, Asia-Pacific, for World Animal Protection.
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WORLD RABIES DAY 2020. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO), on the occasion of the World Rabies Day,  urge the Government of Viet Nam to further accelerate intersectoral collaboration in order to  (1) increase availability, accessibility, and affordability of vaccines in both animals and human; (2) raise public awareness about the disease; and (3) gain high-level “commitment into action” to end rabies. (...) Ms Rana Flowers, FAO Representative, “We would like to urge the government, national and international partners to join our efforts to increase rabies vaccination coverage in dogs and end human deaths from rabies in Viet Nam. We have the good vaccines which can minimize the risk of dog-mediated rabies. By working together, we can stop rabies in dogs and save human lives.” the Representatives reiterated.
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Score: 1451307 - https://www.fao.org/vietnam/news/detail-events/zh/c/1310068/
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Phouthone Meungpak Your Excellency Vice Minister of Agriculture and Forest – Dr Bounkhuang Khambounheuang Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN Representative to Lao PDR – Mr Nasar Hayat Distinguished colleagues, Ladies & Gentlemen, Between 2012 and 2017, 29 people in Lao PDR died after having been bitten by dogs. (...) Get your dog vaccinated against rabies . WHO is confident that, taken together, these three strategies can achieve zero rabies deaths from dog bites by 2030. (...) If we can eliminate rabies deaths due to dog bites, we will be very near to stopping all rabies deaths. 99% of all human cases of rabies are linked to dog bites.
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Risk of rabies is especially high in countries with large stray dog populations or where the community, rather than a single owner, cares for dogs. (...) Vaccinating these dogs with shots takes tremendous effort. Without any innovative tools to vaccinate free-roaming dogs, rabies elimination is difficult to achieve.” (...) ORV can play a vital role in the fight against rabies and offers a new tool to help save lives now and reach the goal of eliminating human rabies deaths caused by dogs by 2030.  Photos Credit: Pierre Dilius -------------------------------------- 1 The World Health Organization (WHO), World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and Global Alliance for Rabies Control (GARC) comprise United Against Rabies (UAR)   Subscribe to our newsletters → Media Contacts Ashok Moloo Information Officer WHO/UCN/NTD Telephone: +41 22 791 16 37 Mobile: +41 79 540 50 86 Email: [email protected] Related Related reading United against rabies forum: zero by 30: one health in action .
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Select language Select language English TiếngViệt Western Pacific Viet Nam Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / One Step Closer to End Rabies in Viet Nam One Step Closer to End Rabies in Viet Nam 26 September 2015 News release Tam Ky, Viet Nam - Select language - Tiếng Việt FAO/Ki Jung Min   In response to World Rabies Day, the Ministry of Health of Viet Nam, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the World Health Organization (WHO) and World Animals Protection (WAP) join hands to stop Rabies in Viet Nam and to promote the message “Let’s End Rabies Together by vaccinating dogs” to policy makers, animal and public health professionals, dog owners and the general public. At an event in Quang Nam province, Viet Nam marks World Rabies Day by a large scale dog vaccination campaign to highlight the single best evidence-based strategy to eliminate rabies is vaccination of dogs. (...) Effective rabies vaccination campaigns for dogs require not only a strong veterinary network but also sustained political support from local authorities, dog owners as well as assistance from technical agencies and mass organizations.
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Rabies Surveillance | Emergency Centre for Transboundary Animal Disease (ECTAD) - Viet Nam | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Emergency Centre for Transboundary Animal Disease (ECTAD) - Viet Nam Programme Overview Components News Resources Events Partners One Health Coordination Surveillance and Diagnostics Live Bird market monitoring Spent Hen Surveillance National Passive surveillance H7N9 Surveillance in Viet Nam Rabies Surveillance Foot and mouth disease Cross border activities Farm to Chopsticks: Value Chain and Biosecurity AMR and Food Safety Capacity Development Advocacy and Communication Rabies Surveillance In recent years, rabies has become a pressing problem in mountainous northern provinces of Viet Nam and annually, approximately 100 human deaths per year are reported.  (...) It has been clearly demonstrated in other countries that with an effective dig rabies vaccine campaign, which achieves a vaccination rate of more than 70% of the dog population, human rabies cases can be diminished significantly and rabies can be eradicated. While risk of reintroduction remains a challenge in Viet Nam due to long borders, FAO ECTAD and DAH have worked together since 2012 to address rabies in dogs and people. More recently, FAO has supported a large pilot project in Phu Tho and Thai Nguyen Provinces with District and Commune animal and public health counterparts focusing on dog capture, registration and vaccination, outbreak response, responsible pet ownership, and joint public awareness campaign to better prevent human exposure to rabid dogs.
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In December 2015 the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) and the World Health Organization (WHO), in collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and with the support of the Global Alliance for Rabies Control (GARC), jointly organized a global conference on rabies attended by nearly 300 participants. (...) The socio-cultural approach will encourage the promotion of responsible dog-ownership, and dog population management practices, including dog vaccination. The technical approach will strengthen animal health and public health systems to ensure sustainable, safe, efficacious and accessible dog and human vaccines and immunoglobulins, and promote and implement mass dog vaccination as the most cost-effective intervention to achieve dog-mediated human rabies elimination.
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Share × Close Towards a rabies-free world as unparalleled global initiative gets underway Global partners announce plan to end human deaths from dog-transmitted rabies by 2030 A family taking care of their dogs in the Philippines. Dog-transmitted rabies accounts for nearly all human rabies cases. ©Photo: ©FAO/Celis 28/09/2017 28 September 2017, Geneva - World Rabies Day marks the announcement of the biggest global anti-rabies initiative, as the World Health Organization (WHO), the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO), and the Global Alliance for Rabies Control (GARC) reveal an ambitious initiative to end human deaths from dog-transmitted rabies by 2030.
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ASEAN countries, partners to scale up rabies elimination efforts | FAO in Viet Nam | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english tiếng Việt FAO in Viet Nam Our office Programmes and projects News Resources Partners ASEAN countries, partners to scale up rabies elimination efforts 04/12/2018 HANOI, 4 December 2018 – More than 100 representatives from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Member States, regional and international organizations, including ASEAN, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), and World Health Organization (WHO), donor agencies and other One Health partners have agreed to accelerate regional and country initiatives as they reiterated their commitment in tackling rabies during the ASEAN-Tripartite Rabies Meetin g in Hanoi, 4-6 December. (...) Rabies is still endemic in the canine population in majority of ASEAN Member States and nearly all of the human rabies cases are due to bites from rabid dogs. Controlling the disease in dogs through dog vaccination is the most cost-effective way to prevent human rabies. (...) In up to 99% of cases, domestic dogs are responsible for rabies virus transmission to humans through bites or scratches.
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