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AQUATIC PET MEDICINE AND WORLD RABIES DAY
RABIES VACCINATION OF DOGS TO PROTECT PEOPLE: THE GLOBAL AND ASIAN EXPERIENCE FOLLOWED BY BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM/WSAVA WORLD RABIES DAY PANEL DISCUSSION
S. Jayme1
1Global Alliance for Rabies Control, Philippines Office, Sta. Rosa City, Philippines
Rabies vaccination of dogs to protect people: the Global and Asian experience
Dr. Sarah I. Jayme, MVPHMgt
Sta. Rosa City, Philippines; sarah.jayme@rabiesalliance.org
Introduction
The global rabies conference in Geneva in December 2015 set the goal of eliminating canine-mediated human rabies by 2030 through the Global Framework for
the Elimination of Dog-Mediated Human Rabies. Five pillars were identified to achieve rabies elimination: S-Socio-cultural; T-Technical; O-Organizational; P-Political; and R-Resources (STOP-R). Two of the key aspects highlighted were the following: importance of strengthening the intersectoral collaboration through the One Health approach (O-Organization); implementation of mass dog vaccination which is the most cost effective intervention to achieve dog-mediated human rabies elimination (T-Technical).Rabies is a neglected tropical disease wherein 59,000 human lives each year are
lost mainly in rural areas of Africa and Asia. It has been controlled in Latin America and Caribbean wherein only 10 deaths were reported due to dog –mediated rabies in 2016 (Haiti and Guatemala). Almost 60% of global human rabies deaths (35,172 human rabies deaths) occur in Asia with India accounting to almost 60% of the deaths in the region. Africa, on the other hand, record a high human rabies deaths of 21, 476 annually (36% global deaths).
Importance of Dog Vaccination in Rabies Control
The economic burden of rabies is immense with USD 8.6 billion loss per year, majority of which is productivity loss due to premature deaths (54%). Although dog vaccination is the most effective way to control rabies, only 2% of the cost is allocated to dog vaccination and population control. It has been proven in Latin America that investing in dog vaccination to achieve 70% coverage for mass dog vaccination to maintain herd immunity against rabies is effective the decreasing dog- mediated human rabies.
Awareness about rabies, dog vaccination and prompt access to post-exposure prophylaxis for bite victims are the key in the control and prevention of dog-mediated human rabies. Although dog vaccination seems to be the most cost-effective and simple method to prevent
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