A number of countries have committed to ending human deaths from canine rabies, including Kenya by 2030, the first country in Africa to do so. The ASEAN countries have committed to elimination of dog-transmitted rabies deaths by 2020. In the Americas, several countries have already succeeded in eliminating canine rabies deaths under the Pan American Health Organization’s region wide programme, and only 7 out of 35 countries still report human cases. The UN's Sustainable Development Goals include the aim to end the epidemics of neglected tropical diseases, including rabies, by 2030. The world has the tools it needs to End Rabies Now. It is time for the international community to come together to help rabies-endemic countries to end deaths due to canine rabies once and for all.