Control of Dog Mediated Human Rabies in Haiti: No Time to Spare

  title={Control of Dog Mediated Human Rabies in Haiti: No Time to Spare},
  author={Max F. Millien and Jocelyne B. Pierre-Louis and Ryan Maclaren Wallace and Eduardo Caldas and Jean M. Rwangabgoba and Jean Luc Poncelet and Ottorino Cosivi and Victor Javier Del Rio Vilas and Charles E. Rupprecht},
  booktitle={PLoS neglected tropical diseases},
The American region has pledged to eliminate dog-mediated human rabies by 2015. As part of these efforts, we describe the findings of a desk and field mission review of Haiti's rabies situation by the end of 2013. While government officials recognize the importance of dog-mediated rabies control, and the national rabies plan adequately contemplates the basic capacities to that effect, regular and sufficient implementation, for example, of dog vaccination, is hampered by limited funding… CONTINUE READING
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