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Welcome to the Eliminate Rabies Veterinary Clinic Tool Kit. Your clinic is a valued partner in the effort to eliminate rabies as a worldwide public health concern.  We are looking forward to working with you. If your clinic any questions about how to promote this program at your office, contact Christie Cotterill at 206-219-2402 or eliminaterabies@vetmed.wsu.edu

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Print Tool Kit

Below are printed materials your clinic can have available for clients at your location. To order any of the printed material, please fill in the form to the right and click on the “submit” button.

Postcard

Eliminate Rabies Postcard
Size: 8.5 x 5.5

Rabies Article

Eliminate Rabies Article
Size: 8.5 x 11

FAQ

Eliminate Rabies FAQ
Size: 8.5 x 11



 

Digital Resources

Download the image below to use on digital screens in your clinic.

Digital Screen Graphic

Eliminate Rabies Digital Screen
Specs: 1920 x 1080  |  RGB   |  96 DPI


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Eliminate Rabies Window Cling

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Eliminate Rabies Proud Sponsor Badge

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Suggested text for Invoices

1.  An ask to give: 
We are proud to partner with the WSU Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health to eliminate rabies as a global public health problem by 2030. Your gift of $10 will vaccinate a dog and save a child. www.EliminateRabies.wsu.edu.

2.  A thank you to those who have given:  
Thank you for your gift to help eliminate rabies. You can learn more at www.EliminateRabies.wsu.edu.



 

Social Media

Below are suggested posts to use on social media. We will strive to send regular updates with new information that can be included within your social media communication plan.

Suggested text for Facebook posts (#EndRabies)

We are proud to have partnered with the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health at Washington State University to eliminate rabies worldwide. Learn how you can help at www.EliminateRabies.wsu.edu #EndRabies #AllenSchool #WSU #rabies
Rabies is the deadliest zoonotic disease on the planet. Each year more than 59,000 people die from rabies. One-half of deaths are children under the age of 16. Learn how you can help at www.EliminateRabies.wsu.edu #EndRabies #AllenSchool #WSU #rabies
Rabies is easily preventable with regular dog vaccinations. Together with the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health at Washington State University, we are working to eliminate rabies in Africa, India, and other parts of Asia where 99 percent of rabies cases are found. Learn what you can do at www.EliminateRabies.wsu.edu #EndRabies #AllenSchool #WSU #rabies

Suggested text for Twitter posts (#EndRabies)

We have partnered with the WSU Allen School to eliminate rabies worldwide. Learn more at www.EliminateRabies.wsu.edu #EndRabies #AllenSchool #WSU #rabies
Each year more than 59,000 people die of rabies; more than half are children under 16. Learn more at www.EliminateRabies.wsu.edu #EndRabies #AllenSchool #WSU #rabies
Please join us in our efforts to eliminate rabies worldwide. Visit www.EliminateRabies.wsu.edu. #EndRabies #AllenSchool #WSU #rabies

Suggested text for Instagram posts (#EndRabies)

We have partnered with the WSU Allen School to eliminate rabies worldwide. Learn more at www.EliminateRabies.wsu.edu #EndRabies #AllenSchool #WSU #rabies
Each year more than 59,000 people die of rabies; more than half are children under 16. Learn more at www.EliminateRabies.wsu.edu #EndRabies #AllenSchool #WSU #rabies
Please join us in our efforts to eliminate rabies worldwide. Visit www.EliminateRabies.wsu.edu. #EndRabies #AllenSchool #WSU #rabies



 

Blogs

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Guest Blog Post from Guy Palmer

Together We Can Eliminate Rabies by Guy Palmer

The most deadly zoonotic disease on our planet is one we rarely hear about people dying from in the United States.  Each year more than 59,000 people die from rabies worldwide and about half of those deaths are children under the age of 16.  The WSU Rabies Vaccination Program is working with veterinary clinics and global partners to reduce that number to zero by 2030.

Rabies is easily preventable with regular dog vaccinations.  But today, in many parts of sub-Saharan Africa and Asia where the death rates are the highest, there is no reliable system to get vaccinations to where they are needed most.  In rural Africa, the cost is too much for many families or there is no electricity needed to store the vaccines.  When I am in Africa working with our vaccination team, I see firsthand how important vaccination is to dog owners. Although they may not be able to pay in cash for the vaccine, they will walk many miles just to be able have their dog vaccinated. 

Together with our global partners* the Allen School is already making a difference.  Each day we vaccinate an average of 300 dogs.  Each year we visit 180 villages in seven districts adjacent to the Serengeti National Park.  The result is that the vaccination zone – a cordon sanitaire – is now rabies free.  Our goal is to use this rabies-free vaccination zone as a model in other parts of sub-Saharan Africa and south Asia.

But to achieve that goal and expand our reach outside of Kenya and Tanzania, we need your help.  We are partnering with veterinary clinics around the country because together we can do more than we could do alone.  We have set a goal to raise $10 million to develop a reliable vaccine bank and improved distribution.  

Together we can make a difference.  Your $10 gift will vaccinate a child's dog.  A gift of any amount will move us closer to a world where no child dies from canine rabies.

www.EliminateRabies.wsu.edu.

*We work with partners around the world including the Global Alliance for Rabies Control as an umbrella organization, the World Health Organization, the World Organisation for Animal Health, and the Food and Agriculture Organization.  Our research in Tanzania is in cooperation with the Serengeti Health Initiative and the University of Glasgow.

Join Us to Eliminate Rabies Worldwide

By partnering with the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health at Washington State University, our clinic is working to put an end to rabies deaths.  Although rabies is under control in developed countries, it still kills roughly 59,000 each year in Africa and Asia.  About half of those deaths are children.  

We have formed this partnership so that together with our clients we can make a global impact – one that will save the lives of dogs and the people who care for them.  And, by working with the Allen School, we are already making a difference.  The program in east Africa vaccinates hundreds of dogs each day. As a result, the Allen School has created a rabies free zone near the Serengeti National Park where rabies has affected humans, dogs, and wildlife such as lions.

By 2030, the goal is to reduce the number of human deaths to zero.  We believe that together with our clients and other veterinary clinics across the state, we can help move closer to that goal.

Please join us in the effort to eliminate rabies worldwide.  A $10 gift will vaccinate a child's dog from rabies and distemper, another major cause of mortality in young dogs.  A gift of any amount will move us closer to a world where no child or dog dies from rabies. Together we can end rabies deaths.

www.EliminateRabies.wsu.edu.