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Help Mission Rabies achieve its aim to eliminate rabies worldwide by 2030.

UK-based charity Mission Rabies is appealing for volunteers to help them with their mass canine vaccination drives in both Malawi and Uganda.

The vaccination drives are part of the organisation’s aim to eliminate rabies worldwide by 2030.

Mass vaccination

Vets, VNs and vet students are needed to help vaccinate up to 30,000 dogs in just one month to save the lives of both animals and humans.

Further information and details of how to get involved can be found on the Mission Rabies website for both the Malawi Mega Drive and the Uganda Vaccination Drive.

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