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Her Royal Highness Princess Chulabhorn Mahidol of the Kingdom of Thailand   Progress in overcoming rabies worldwide will be guided by the soon to be published ‘Global strategic plan to end human deaths from dog-mediated rabies by 2030’ (Zero by 30) prepared by WHO, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) and the Global Alliance for Rabies Control (GARC). (...) Other factors that need to be addressed include sociocultural perceptions and practices, disease awareness and responsible dog ownership. WHO recommends that, to control and eventually eliminate dog-mediated human rabies, control programmes must ensure that mass dog vaccination campaigns achieve vaccination coverage of at least 70% of free-roaming dogs in a given area and that such campaigns recur annually. (...) The disease is usually fatal once symptoms appear. Dog-transmitted rabies accounts for about 99% of human rabies cases.
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2016 | FAO in Indonesia | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture FAO.org FAO in Indonesia FAO in Indonesia Programmes and projects News Resources Partners FAO Indonesia on news 2019 2018 2016 FAO Indonesia on news World Rabies Day 2016 World Rabies Day 2016 Vaccination, a humane way to control rabies on Flores, Lembata Rich-fish workshop in Solo Rich-fish workshop in Solo Rice fish farming system applied by other countries Rice fish earn farmers income up to 1700 USD Rice fish gives profit to Solo farmers Indonesia rice fish farming system adopted by other countries Indonesia rice fish farming adopted by other countries Conservation Agriculture Conservation Agriculture Technology should be part of farmers Coordinating Minister leads rice-fish program Coordinating Minister leads rice-fish program   Rizal ramli informs the benefit of rice fish farming Rizal ramli targeting 200 thousands hectares of rice fish farming in 2017 Rizal ramli : 7 triliun rupih to improve rice fish farming programme Rizal Ramli : scaling up rice fish farming needs 7 triliun rupiah Rizal ramli informs the benefit of rice fish farming Rizal ramli : 7 trilyun rupih to improve rice fish farming programme Rizal Ramli : rice fish farming give huge benefits Rizal ramli is targetting the improvement of rice fish farming in March 2017 Rice fish farming implementation provide double benefit targetting 200 thousands hectares in 2017 Rice fish farming scaling up needs 7 trillyun rupiah     Celebrate Indonesian pulses diversity to address food security and environment challenges Celebrate Indonesian pulses diversity to address food security and environment challenges   Make Peas, Not War: FAO Hypes Up Pulses to Stop Food Shortages and Malnutrition in Indonesia   UN-Declars-2016-as-International-Year-of-Pulses   Indonesia Celebrates International Year of Pulses    Pulses affordable nutrition intake    -    http Pulses Good Nutrition for your Body      Holds Science Fair, FAO Celebrated International       Indonesia Celebrated Intenational Year of Pulses    Indonesia Celebrates International Year of Pulses          Do you know 2106 is   International Year of Pulses ?     Pulses small plant with huge Nutriti on     Pulses are part of the solution of Food Security         Pulses solutions for Food Security         Pulses affordable nutrition intake - From crisis to development: boosting agriculture’s role From crisis to development: boosting agriculture’s role From crisis to development: boosting agriculture’s role Government and FAO Urge Public to Stay Alert for Bird Flu Government and FAO Urge Public to Stay Alert for Bird Flu Indonesia reports unexpected spike in bird flu cases (The Jakarta Post) Indonesia struggling to curb bird flu by 2020 (The Jakarta Post) Govt Warns of Looming Bird Flu Epidemic After Recent Poultry Deaths (The Jakarta Globe) Avian Influenza has led to 167 human fatalities since its occurrence in Indonesia in 2003 and end of 2015 (Cogencis) Bird Flu Cases Increase in the Beginning of the Year (Republika) Ministry of Agriculture and FAO Urge Public to Stay Alert for Bird Flu (Republika) Indonesia Asked to Raise Its Alert for Bird Flu (Republika) Extreme Weather Triggers the Increase of Bird Flu Cases in Indonesia (Tempo) Bird Flu Cases Increased, West Java Becomes the Most Prone Area (Tempo) Bird Flu Cases Increased, El Nino Deemed Responsible (Detik) Rainy Season, Remain  Vigilant for the Spread of Bird Flu Virus (Detik) Avoid Bird Flu Risks, Follow These Advices from the Ministry of Agriculture (Detik) Bird Flu Virus Remains a Threat in Indonesia, Here are the Data (Detik) Here are the Main Factors behind Bird Flu Cases Increase in 2016 (SindoNews) Ministry of Agriculture and FAO Urge Public to Stay Alert for Bird Flu (InfoVet) 77.211 Poultry Died of Bird Flu Virus within Four Months (Kabar Bisnis) Can Indonesia Totally Free from Bird Flu Virus? (...) Java's Rice Paddies Exterminating Pest with refugia System Using cheap biological agents and friendly environment Refugia system (Video) Refugia education (Video) Maritime Economy Maritime Economy Maritime Economy: A New Landscape for Indonesian Food Security Media contact Siska Widyawati Communication Specialist FAO Indonesia +6287884885489 Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                              Download our App © FAO, 2022
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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 / Rabies: Educate, Vaccinate and Eliminate Rabies: Educate, Vaccinate and Eliminate 24 September 2016 News release Vinh City, Viet Nam - Select language - Tiếng Việt FAO/Ki Jung Min To celebrate 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), U.S. (...) “Rabies elimination is feasible, provided that at least 70% of all the dogs are vaccinated and people who get bitten by dogs will proactively seek medical consultation and vaccine. (...) Tran Thi Loan  Tel: 84-4-38500100  Mobile: 0915 413 814 Email: [email protected]   Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)  Ms Nguyen Thuy Hang  One Health Advocacy and Communications Coordinator  Tel: 84-4- 3942.4208 (Ext 13),  Email: [email protected]   Media Contacts Tran Thi Loan Communications Assistant Telephone: +84 4 3850 0295 Mobile: +84 91 5413814 Email: [email protected] Quick links Media centre Publications and information resources Careers in WHO Viet Nam Regional links Data Publications Campaigns Careers Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
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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 / Rabies: Share the message, Save a Life Rabies: Share the message, Save a Life 4 October 2018 News release Lao Cai, Viet Nam - Select language - Tiếng Việt The Ministry of Health (MOH), Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), World Health Organization (WHO) and other One Health partners called for everyone’s support in spreading information and raising awareness on rabies to save lives. On World Rabies Day, under the theme, Rabies: Share the message, Save a Life , MOH and MARD advocated for rabies prevention, control and elimination to policy makers, animal and public health professionals, dog owners, and the general public. “Currently, rabies is reported in many provinces/cities in Viet Nam. (...) Deaths could be prevented through three key measures: and seeking immediate medical care from an authorized professional after a dog bite, dog population management, and vaccinating dogs
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In line with this approach of multisectoral collaboration in the fight against zoonoses, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Emergency Centre for Transboundary Animal Diseases (ECTAD) in Mali supported the adoption of the National Rabies Control Programme in Mali (2019–2023) in September 2018, based on the One Health approach. (...) Mali is committed to the Global Strategic Plan to Prevent Human Deaths from Dog-Transmitted Rabies by 2030. This proposal is therefore a timely contribution to the achievement of the objectives set out in the five-year programme (2019–2023) and will help the country achieve 70 percent dog vaccination coverage rate and ensure multisectoral One Health coordination in the fight against rabies. (...) Models of targeted mass vaccination of dogs against rabies contribute to this goal with effective technical tools," said Dr Ouattara.
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To help make that happen, WHO has convened a meeting in early May in Kathmandu, Nepal, with representatives of rabies-endemic countries from the WHO South-East Asia, WHO Western Pacific and WHO Africa regions gathering alongside global health partners such as Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE). (...) Vaccinating Rabies’ prime reservoir – dogs – is a good place to start. Sustainable vaccination of at least 70% of the canine population in any given area will achieve herd immunity, thereby ensuring the transmission of rabies between and among dogs – and then on to humans – is no longer a threat. (...) Public information campaigns are critical to building awareness of what responsible dog ownership looks like (including the need for vaccination), as well as preventing and treating bites or scratches when they occur.
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Before the streets are cleaned up, Rani looks for some leftovers in a garbage heap. Other dogs and some malnourished cows are competing for the same food and a violent skirmish breaks out among the canines. (...) It is estimated that about 21,000 human lives, a third of the global burden of rabies, are lost to rabies every year in India. Dogs are the most common source of infection. The Global Framework for the Elimination of Dog-Mediated Human Rabies currently used by the WHO, the OIE, the FAO, and the GARC centres around the five pillars of rabies elimination, the first of which is sociocultural (followed by technical, organizational, political, and resources). This pillar acknowledges the key role of at-risk communities as stakeholders in rabies control and the influence of the sociocultural context on rabies perceptions (for example on bite prevention and treatment, post-exposure prophylaxis, etc.) and dog-keeping practices (for example on dog ownership, dog population management, dog vaccination, etc.).
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Once clinical symptoms appear, rabies is virtually 100% fatal. Dogs are the source of the vast majority of rabies virus transmission, through bites or scratches, usually via saliva. (...) Rabies elimination is feasible through vaccination of dogs, prevention of dog bites and ensuring universal access to post-exposure immunization. (...) WHO closely collaborates and collaborates with the the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) to support Member States in their efforts to eliminate rabies as a public health problem by 2030.
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Score: 1331359.7 - https://www.who.int/westernpacific/health-topics/rabies
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