These tools are a selection of the full suite that have been developed by our partners to enhance the coordination and efficiency of rabies elimination programs.
The toolkit aids delivery of our packages throughout the planning, implementation and evaluation stages.
The WVS App provides multi-level assistance – aiding planning of campaigns, addressing logistical challenges associated with running programs and enabling crucial data collection throughout. The IBCM function facilitates ease of information sharing between health sectors and as such plays an integral role in surveillance.
The Vaccination Planning and Logistical Allocation Network tool has multiple applications - aiding the planning of new programs, enhancing the efficiency of existing programs and forecasting the effects of strategic alterations.
The Global Dog Rabies Elimination Pathway (GDREP) provides a means for public health officials to plan for a national strategy, allowing the resources required and estimated length of campaigns to be predicted
The Settlement Type and Road Connectivity (STARC) Mapping tool enables a representation of the potential rabies burden and transmissibility to communities to be established and for mapping of campaigns to be optimized based on this data.
The Surveillance System Mapping Tool aids the essential coordination between human and animal health sectors; outlining roles and responsibilities, indicating where overlaps occur and where common data needs to be collected and shared.
The Rabies Econ tool supports governments in the planning and assessment of elimination programs, allowing estimations of the cost and benefits of different vaccination strategies to be made.