Strategic Plan for the Elimination of Human Rabies in Kenya

An inter-ministerial collaborative effort between the Kenyan Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries and the Ministry of Health’s Zoonotic Disease Unit produced a rabies elimination strategy for Kenya that would eradicate human cases of rabies by 2030. The strategy, which was generated by government ministries as well as community stakeholders, was modeled after the Canine Rabies Blueprint and focuses on controlling dog-mediated rabies through comprehensive and sustained dog vaccination campaigns.

Zoonotic Disease Unit. “Strategic Plan for the Elimination of Human Rabies in Kenya 2014-2030.” Nairobi, Ministry of Health and Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries. 2014. Retrieved at: http://zdukenya.org/programme-1/

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Strategic Plan for the Elimination of Human Rabies in Kenya



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