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Indonesia

© Global Alliance for Rabies Control (GARC)

Indonesia has 197 preventable rabies deaths each year, and spends a total of US$78,176,490 each year on rabies.*

*Hampson et al. (2015) PLoS NTD

Supporters

Power in numbers.

A major goal of the End Rabies Now campaign is to increase the number of national governments, multilateral organizations, corporations, donor institutions, scientists and health care professionals working together to end human deaths due to canine rabies by 2030.

Partnerships are at the very heart of elimination efforts. Rabies control can be achieved through a One Health approach that prioritises interdisciplinary collaborations and expertise in human and animal health. This framework helps to create a shared responsibility toward safeguarding public health.

End Rabies Now campaign partners are lending their expertise and resources to the global fight against rabies. By increasing the range of supporters committed to saving human and canine lives, we can show policy makers and leaders that rabies is an urgent priority that must be tackled today.

Endorsers
  • 01 Prof. Alexander McCall Smith, CBE

    “I would urge everyone to give their wholehearted support to this important campaign. Please do so if you believe, as I do, that there is simply no need for people to die from rabies in the world today - not when we have the means at our disposal to eliminate human deaths from this dreadful disease once and for all. This is something that can be done - and we should do it.”

    Prof. Alexander McCall Smith, CBE

    Author

  • 02 Dame Jane Goodall, DBE

    “I understand that the persistence of rabies as a modern-day scourge is due to our collective failure of responsibility. We can, and must, end the suffering that rabies causes, for the sake of both our human and animal friends."  

    Jane Goodall PhD, DBE

    Founder - the Jane Goodall Institute & UN Messenger of Peace

  • 03 Sir Richard Branson

    "It is unacceptable that anyone should die a preventable death from rabies - an ancient disease that continues to be a modern-day scourge. Together we can end human deaths from rabies by 2030. It’s about time."

    Sir Richard Branson

    Founder, Virgin Group

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