Moving towards a rabies-free Southeast Asia

Moving towards a rabies-free Southeast Asia

Rabies is a neglected tropical disease that is virtually 100 per cent fatal once symptoms emerge. The Covid-19 pandemic has diverted resources from tackling rabies in Southeast Asia, and the disease has spread to areas where it has not previously been considered a major healthcare issue.

The region’s large population of free-roaming, unvaccinated dogs is the major vector, while a lack of awareness of the risks of rabies and how to respond to outbreaks have contributed to transmission.

This white paper explores strategies to eliminate rabies and achieve the global strategic goal to end dog-mediated human rabies by 2030, in Southeast Asia.

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