Virtual meeting supported by the Tripartite (FAO, OIE and WHO) – Tuesday 22 September 2020 [12.00-14.00UTC]
Excerpt from event website:
As one of the oldest known zoonoses, rabies is entirely preventable, yet remains a major public health problem that still kills more than 160 people every day, and further impoverishes many of the poorest communities in the world through loss of livestock and high costs of treatment.
This meeting marks the progress from Phase 1 of the ‘The Global Strategic Plan to end human deaths from dog-mediated rabies by 2030’ (GSP) to Phase 2 and presents an opportunity to unite stakeholders and attract the political attention and resources needed to end rabies and deliver the vision set out in Zero by 30
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