The United Against Rabies Forum is an inclusive network of public and private sector organisations, experts, development partners and civil society, committed to working together to end human deaths from dog-mediated rabies.
Membership of the United Against Rabies Forum is free and open to all organizations committed and working towards to rabies control and elimination.
Social media and World Rabies Day ideas from the United Against Rabies Forum.
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.
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 summary of key achievements of the UAR Forum in 2021 including a message from the Chair, Lord Trees.
View highlights of the 2020 United Against Rabies Forum announcement in 2020.
The mission of the United Against Rabies Forum is to galvanise sustained effort, political will, and additional resources to end human deaths from dog-mediated rabies by 2030. Download the full Terms of Reference here.
In this video WHO Director General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announces the new United Against Rabies Forum on 22 September 2020, alongside OIE Director-General Dr Monique Eloit and FAO Director-General Qu Dongyu.
Supported by FAO, WOAH and WHO, the United Against Rabies Forum takes a multi-sectoral, One Health approach bringing together governments, vaccine producers, researchers, NGOs and development partners to end human deaths from dog-mediated rabies.