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This is a carefully selected collection of tools, research and other resources for anyone interested in rabies control and elimination. You can browse or use the dropdown menus to select the type of resources you are looking for. Please contact us if you have suggestions or questions about any of the materials.


From vaccination to education, we present a comprehensive online toolbox of guides, apps and other resources to help you plan, prioritise and implement your rabies control programmes.

Publications and Documents

Research papers, official documents, and articles.

Click here to download the Oral Rabies Vaccination guidelines.

Courses & Training

Want to learn more about rabies? Here are some courses to help you.

Media Library

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UAR Best Practice

Find key United Against Rabies outputs here.

Click here to download the National Strategic Plan template.

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Scientific Watch Bulletin on Rabies

Creation Date: 3 May 2024

The Scientific Watch Bulletin on Rabies is a monthly collation of scientific literature on rabies.


United Against Rabies Newsletter

Creation Date: 15 March 2024

Our quarterly United Against Rabies Newsletter provides you updates on activities and events of the rabies community.


Oral vaccination of dogs against rabies: Recommendations for field applications and integration into dog rabies control programmes

Creation Date: October 2023
Produced By: United Against Rabies

This document provides guidance for practical implementation of oral rabies vaccination as an integrated tool into national strategies to control rabies in free-roaming dog populations.



United Against Rabies Forum: The first 2 years

Creation Date: 23 March 2023, Frontiers in Public Health
Produced By: United Against Rabies Forum

This paper gives a review of the objectives, governance, activities and achievements of the United Against Rabies Forum to date.

One Health: approach for action against neglected tropical diseases 2021-2030

Creation Date: 2022
Produced By: World Health Organization

A One Health approach that recognises the relationships between human, animal, and environmental health is key to sustainably address Neglected Tropical Diseases, and achieve the targets set out in WHO’s Road map for neglected tropical disease.

United Against Rabies Forum: The One Health Concept at Work

Creation Date: 13 April 2022, Frontiers in Public Health
Produced By: United Against Rabies Forum

Human deaths from rabies are preventable and can be eliminated by applying a systematic One Health approach. COVID-19 has highlighted the value of a One Health approach to zoonotic disease and pandemic prevention. Rabies control programs offer a practical route to building One Health capacities.

A road map for neglected tropical diseases 2021–2030

Creation Date: 2020
Produced By: World Health Organization

This roadmap for neglected tropical diseases 2021–2030 is WHO’s second blueprint for preventing, controlling and, where feasible, eliminating and eradicating neglected tropical diseases.

The potential effect of improved provision of rabies post-exposure prophylaxis in Gavi-eligible countries: a modelling study

Creation Date: January 2019, The Lancet
Produced By: WHO Rabies Modelling Consortium

Rabies post-exposure prophylaxis saves many lives, but poor availability remains in many rabies-endemic countries. Epidemiological and economic models are used to investigate the effect of an investment in post-exposure prophylaxis by Gavi.

Zero by 30: the global strategic plan to end human deaths from dog-mediated rabies by 2030

Creation Date: 2018
Produced By: World Health Organization, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, World Organisation for Animal Health, Global Alliance for Rabies Control

With this report, four organizations have joined forces to reach the goal of ending human deaths from rabies by 2030. The collaboration leverages existing tools and expertise in a coordinated way to empower, engage and enable countries to save human lives from this preventable disease.

Estimating the Global Burden of Endemic Canine Rabies

Creation Date: April 16, 2015, PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases
Produced By: Hampson K, Coudeville L, Lembo T, Sambo M, Kieffer A, Attlan M, et al.

Rabies is prevalent and underreported in developing countries leading to insufficient prioritization of rabies prevention in public health agendas. This study compiles available data to estimate the health and economic implications of dog rabies globally.