In preparation of World Rabies Day, we would like to invite you to a webinar, organized by FAO, OIE, WHO and GARC offices in Asia and the Pacific Region to create awareness about the FAO/OIE/ WHO/GARC global plan to end human deaths from dog-transmitted rabies by 2030.
Speakers will also zoom in on the rabies situation in Asia. The webinar will be held in English. You are warmly welcome to join us! September 27 (12:00 to 15:00 Bangkok Time)
12.00-12.10 | Welcome and introduction, Katinka de Balogh, FAO
12.10-12.20 | World Rabies Day: 13 years of mobilizing the global community through awareness, advocacy and education, Sarah Jayme, GARC
12.20-12.30 | Vaccinate to eliminate: Insights into rabies control, Eric Brum, FAO
12.30-12.40 | OIE vaccine bank and procurement process, Gregorio Torres, OIE
12.40-12.50 | ASEAN and SAARC Rabies meetings and way forward, Gyenendra Gongal, WHO
12.50-13.00 | CDC disease prioritization, Ong Orn Prasarnphanich, CDC
13.00-13.25 | Q&A, Katinka de Balogh
13.25-13.40 | Bhutan's experience with dog population management and mass dog vaccination, Karma Rinzin, Bhutan
13.40-13.55 | A spatial risk assessment on the impact of emergency vaccination to control rabies outbreaks: a case study from the Philippines, Ronello Abila
13.55-14.10 | The Goa experience on dog vaccination methods and coverage, Gowri Yale, Mission Rabies
14.10-14.25 | Rabies control and prevention (Thung Song Model), Wandee Kongkaew, Thailand
14.25-14.40 | Oral vaccination of dogs against rabies, Ad Vos, Germany
14.40-14.50 | Q&A, Katinka de Balogh
14.50-15.00 | Summary and closing, Katinka de Balogh
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