World Rabies Day 2020
Rabies Free Africa is launching the Rabies Hero campaign for World Rabies Day 2020. We are encouraging veterinary professionals to host vaccination clinics to prevent outbreaks of diseases like parvovirus, distemper, and most importantly rabies. Beyond preventing outbreaks, hosting clinics will give your hospital the chance to increase business and help people in your community who may be struggling with financial hardship. We want to help people keep their pets and not relinquish them to shelters as we know this is good for the animals, owners and community.
Below are resources for hosting a vaccination clinic in a safe way. The suggestions are centered on ways to focus promotion and provide care to clients in safe, socially distant ways. Veterinary hospitals should adhere to all state and local guidelines for social distancing, wearing masks and other recommendations to limit the transmission of COVID-19.
Be a Rabies Hero Partner
Veterinary hospitals should host the vaccination clinic that works best to help clients, fit company culture, and meet community needs while adhering to state and local guidelines to prevent COVID-19 transmission.
Below are digital versions of the Rabies Hero campaign printed materials. The flyer has options for the campaign as well as versions that can be customized with individual clinic logos.
Flyers coming soon
Marketing your Vaccination Clinic
We encourage your veterinary hospital to find creative ways to promote the Rabies Hero campaign that fits with your business model, company culture and community needs while adhering to state and local guidelines to prevent COVID-19 transmission.
We are proud to partner with Rabies Free Africa for the Rabies Hero campaign in recognition of World Rabies Day. $1 of the rabies vaccine administered today will be donated to support this cause. For more information visit www.rabiesfreeafrica.org.
Posts about the Rabies Hero campaign will be available on the website starting in August. We will also be posting to our social media pages on a regular basis and encourage you to share from there. Most of our posts will be on Facebook.
Rabies Free Africa https://www.facebook.com/RabiesFreeAfrica
Rabies Free Kenya https://www.facebook.com/rabiesfreeKenya
Rabies Free Africa @RabiesFreeAFR
Rabies Free Tanzania @RabiesFreeTZA
Rabies Free Kenya @RabiesFreeKenya