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 - On World Rabies Day, FAO and its partners demonstrate that preventing disease in animals is also one of the most effective measures to protect human health and the environment. Each year, ...leer más
19/10/2021
 - Positive rabies samples validated by the World Organisation for Animal Health reference centre for rabies at the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (ANSES). The Central Veterinary ...leer más
22/12/2020
 - Livestock production accounts for 12 percent of Mali's gross domestic product and is a key contributor to the Malian economy. However, zoonotic transboundary diseases such as contagious bovine pleuropneumonia, peste des ...leer más
03/11/2020
 - In Côte d'Ivoire, rabies is endemic. To eradicate it, all sectors involved in public health have given priority to this animal disease since January 2017 by developing a national strategy ...leer más
24/09/2020
 - Established in 2007, World Rabies Day raises awareness of the threat of rabies and brings together key stakeholders to enhance global prevention and control efforts. To coincide with this year’s ...leer más
11/11/2019
 - Each year, rabies causes an estimated 74 000 human deaths worldwide. More than 95 percent of all deaths from human rabies occur in Asia and Africa, mainly in rural areas ...leer más
28/09/2019
 - A total of 10 000 dogs were vaccinated as part of a mass campaign on World Rabies Day (28 September) in Senegal. This five-fold increase on last year was thanks ...leer más
14/11/2018
 - Tanzania loses an estimated 1 500 people to rabies every year, a zoonotic disease that is caused by a bite from infected dogs primarily, but also cats or some wild ...leer más
04/07/2018
 - Conducting a study tour to Indonesia from 9-14 March 2014 is a key capacity building and advocacy-related activity implemented through FAO’s Vietnam’s Technical Cooperation Program-in support of rabies prevention and ...leer más
13/09/2014