Honour the great benefactor of the vaccine of rabies

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Louis Pasteur, who is best known for his development of pasteurization and vaccines for rabies and anthrax, is a great benefactor to the global people to escape from the bad impact of dog bites. As such, World Rabies Day has been marked in honour of Louis Pasteur since 28 September 2007.
Although rabies is a cent per cent preventable disease, more than 59,000 people die from the disease around the world each year. Hence, major health organizations including, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the World Health Organization (WHO), the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization are working together to eliminate human deaths from dog-transmitted rabies by 2030.
With the theme Rabies: One Health, Zero Deaths, World Rabies Day aims to raise public awareness and advocate for rabies elimination globally. It is an event designed to be inclusive, uniting people, organizations, and stakeholders across all sectors against rabies. If so, all-out efforts of relevant stakeholders will mitigate problems of dog bites in rabies.
Myanmar’s health staff members at different health institutions and organizations are ready to give a helping hand to those who suffer from the bad impacts of rabies through most dog bites. To be able to do so, the government allocates
sufficient funds to the Ministry of Health in order to implement various health projects throughout the country.
Although many people missed chances to take the vaccine to fight rabies in the past, they now have a wider range of health awareness raised by the health personnel as well as social organizations to know the significant points of rabies and how to protect danger of rabies and how to take medical treatment for the patients of rabies. Currently, most people know that patients with rabies need to take vaccines in time.

Thanks to learning education and studying knowledge, people are able to open their scope of health knowledge. Moreover, media and charity organizations help them have health awareness of efforts of the government and relevant organizations for upgrading the health standard of the nation. In doing so, vaccinations are given to the people to be free from the impacts of rabies as well as to the pet animals to be free from infectious diseases not to be the root causes of rabies.

Thanks to learning education and studying knowledge, people are able to open their scope of health knowledge. Moreover, media and charity organizations help them have health awareness of efforts of the government and relevant organizations for upgrading the health standard of the nation. In doing so, vaccinations are given to the people to be free from the impacts of rabies as well as to the pet animals to be free from infectious diseases not to be the root causes of rabies.
Nowadays, all the citizens need to join hands in the prevention of rabies for their generations to build a healthy society as well as a healthy nation as an honour of great benefactor Louis Pasteur for his adventuring the vaccine for rabies.

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