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To create a society free of Rabies and to develop sustainable solutions for the mental wellness of children


To raise awareness about rabies prevention and implement rabies camps for the underserved communities.

Rabies Facts & Preventions

Key Facts

  • Rabies is a serious disease that is caused by a Bullet-Shaped Virus.
  • Any mammal can get rabies. It can only be passed to another animal or a person through saliva. You cannot get rabies from blood.
  • Rabies got its name from a Latin word that means "to rage". That´s because animals with rabies sometimes act as if they are angry.

Key Facts

  • Rabies attacks the brain and spinal cord. If it is not prevented, it will cause death.
  • Animals with rabies may act differently. It´s always best to stay away from wild animals and to be careful with other people´s pets.
  • Rabies is 100% preventable. Animals can be vaccinated and people who have been bitten can receive vaccines to fight the disease.
  • Half of the people who die from rabies are under the age of 15.

Key Facts

  • Rabies is a big problem in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
  • In the United States, rabies has been reported in every state except Hawaii.
  • Rabies is almost always fatal once the symptoms appear.
  • If you are bitten, have someone help you wash out the wound for five minutes with soap and water and then take you right away to a doctor. If there´s a chance the animal has rabies, your doctor will want to give you the rabies vaccine to make sure you don´t get rabies, too.

To prevent rabies:

  • Vaccinate your dogs, cats and ferrets against rabies;
  • Keep your pets under your supervision so they don´t catch rabies from a wild animal;
  • Don't handle wild animals and if you see one acting strangely, call your local animal control officer;
  • If you're bitten by an animal, wash the wound with soap and water for at least five minutes, and then go see your doctor; and
  • Have your pets spayed or neutered so they'll be more likely to stay home.

Appreciation Letter from District Health and Family Welfare Officer, Chikkaballapur on Rabies Rally

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  • " The main message of our trust is to show the world how simple and doable it is to beat Rabies and eliminate it."

    Smt. Girija Shampur Madhusudana

  • " The work that is deeply rooted in local communities is where innovation & impact happen."

    Dr. Ashwath Narayana

  • " Rabies prevention and control in dogs is a public good and it has to be really looked at in that sense."

    Dr. Lalitha Vishwanath

  • " I became more clear in my belief that whether it’s local, national, or global in the end it’s all local."

    Dr. Chandrashekar D P

  • " I have seen first hand the incredible way that the initiative inspires people and brings them together to help eliminate Rabies."

    Dr. Reeta S Mani

  • " I want to forge partnerships and build a network of partners to eliminate Rabies in India."

    Shri D. C Prakash

  • " If we are going to prevent it, it isn’t just a one off effort, it’s actually a sustained effort and has to go on and on and on for years."

    Mr. Divakar M R


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