Why You Should Stop Sitting On The Fence About The LRVC 2017

Children from local communities proudly display their vaccination cards during the 2016 LRVC

If we succeed in vaccinating 70% of Laikipia’s total dog population for three consecutive years, the disease will be eliminated in the canine population and, subsequently, in humans. But this will not be possible without your help. The 2017 LRVC is more important than ever and we are working to vaccinate 10,000 dogs before the end of this year.

An all-volunteer labour force of vets and university students will be combing Laikipia from November 3rd to December 9th (weekends only). 8 teams have been assembled and we’re looking for funds to help them reach many parts of Laikipia to reach our goal. To date, we’ve raised more than 50% of the Kshs 2.4M (USD$ 24, 000) needed to make this Rabies Vaccination Campaign a success.

Please join us by supporting this effort through:

MPESA

Pay Bill No: 991503

Account No: Rabies & your full name

MCHANGA (www.changa.co.ke)

With just a click of a button you can join our local crowd sourcing platform: Wipe Out Rabies In Laikipia.

Classy.org

For those residing outside Kenya, donating is as easy as following this link: Laikipia Rabies Vaccination Campaign

Bank transfers:

Bank: Stanbic Bank

Account Number: 0100004071926

Swift Code: SBICKENX

Account Name: Laikipia Wildlife Forum

Domestic dogs cause 98% of human rabies cases, passing the disease from wildlife to people. Your support will stop the disease before it can be transmitted to families, communities, and wildlife and will help accomplish Kenya’s 2030 vision of being an entirely rabies free nation.

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This initiative is supported by:

Mpala Research Centre, Laikipia Wildlife Forum,  Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Borana Conservancy, The County Government Of Laikipia, Laikipia Pastoralist Development Organisation, Rift Valley Adventures, Department of Veterinary Services (KWS), University Of Karatina, University Of Nairobi, Ol Maisor Ranch, Veterinarians International, Lolomarik Farm

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