Partners for Rabies Prevention
The Partners for Rabies Prevention (PRP) informal group was created in 2008 by the Alliance for Rabies Control. View PRP meetings minutes here.
The Partners for Rabies Prevention consists of an informal network of stakeholders working in the field of rabies prevention and control.
The goal of this informal network is to provide a platform by which to share information and expertise and to exchange and discuss current information in the field of rabies prevention including: global epidemiology; outbreak information; new tools and diagnostic techniques; laboratory surveillance; and educational awareness and advocacy.
The vision of the Partners for Rabies Prevention is to develop a road map by which to eliminate canine rabies worldwide, to prevent human rabies, and to control rabies in wildlife. The Partners for Rabies Prevention does not have an operational vocation. All operational activities that arise as a result of discussions among participants of the informal network of the Partners for Rabies Prevention are completed either through the Alliance for Rabies Control or through one of the institutions involved in the informal network acting on behalf of the group.
The Partners for Rabies Prevention informal network is open to participants that have something to contribute to the discussion and exchange of information.