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Human and animal health workers during bite investigation in Battambang

What does it take to put One Health into practice? A rabies prevention and control project in Cambodia tests out new ways of doing public health

Every year as many as 800 Cambodians die of rabies following dog bites. Breaking the cycle of disease is possible, but only when human and animal health workers join forces. A German-supported project is working with Cambodian partners to jointly implement rabies activities in the public sector for the first time.

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