Rabies control in N'Djamena, Chad

@inproceedings{Lechenne2015RabiesCI,
  title={Rabies control in N'Djamena, Chad},
  author={Monique Lechenne},
  year={2015}
}
Rabies is a viral disease that induces invariably fatal encephalitis. Most affected by the disease are resource poor countries. Worldwide burden estimates reveal that the disease claims about one human victim every ten minutes. Transmission of the virus to humans occurs in over 95% through a bite of an infected dog. The only method for sustainable control of canine rabies and elimination at the source is dog vaccination. Since the year 2000 Swiss TPH works in close partnership with the… CONTINUE READING

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