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by Bal krishna Pandey | 22-09-2019 18:31 recommendations 1

On the occasion of World Rabies Day 2019, We are celebrating Rabies week to make public awareness about rabies which is very important for human as well as animal welfare.We have a list of programs to do on this week. Already on 20th september 2019, national poster art competition was successfully organized at Agriculture and Forestry University, Chitwan, Nepal. Nepal Veterinary Students' Association, AFU was the organizer. Total 24 participant from different colleges were present at the program. Beautiful poster art with a great messages were successfully presented. After poster art competition, powerpoint presentation program was conducted to convey some important negelected facts about rabies and why and how can we be responsible as a veterinary student. Being program coordinator, I want to give heartily congratulations and thanks to all the helping hands.


Rabies is a viral disease that affects the central nervous system.

Rabies can infect any warm-blooded animal.

There is no cure for rabies, and it is almost always fatal. Once clinical signs occur, an infected animal usually dies within five days.

The only way to test for rabies is by examination of the brain tissue of a dead animal. There is no way to test for rabies infection in a live animal.

Rabies virus is spread by contact with the saliva of an infected animal. Transmission is usually through a bite wound, but the disease has been known to spread through a scratch or an existing open wound.

The incubation period — the period of time between exposure to a disease and the onset of clinical signs — for rabies can vary greatly. The typical incubation period is three to eight weeks, but it can be as little as nine days or as long as several years in some rare cases. The incubation period depends on several factors, including the location of the entry wound, the severity of the wound and the animal’s immune system. In general, the farther the wound is from the brain, the longer the incubation period will be.

An infected animal can only transmit rabies after the onset of clinical signs.
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  • Sabitri Pandey says :
    Hope you are doing good
    Thanks for your rabies awareness report. So well written and informative!!!
    Keep updating us
    Posted 20-02-2020 15:35

  • Asmita Gaire says :
    Greetings Bal Krishna dai
    I hope you are doing well
    Thank you so much for this report
    It's awesome and praiseworthy
    I hope to read more reports from you
    Green cheers
    Asmita Gaire
    Posted 29-01-2020 01:28

  • Bal krishna Pandey says :
    thank you all my friends for your love and support .
    Posted 04-10-2019 21:10

  • Bal krishna Pandey says :
    Hi Hyeongmin Mentor and Lisa Mentor,
    Thank you very much for your positive comments.:)
    Posted 04-10-2019 21:09

  • Bal krishna Pandey says :
    hi kushal brother,
    Thanks for your support.
    Posted 04-10-2019 21:08

Kushal Naharki

  • Kushal Naharki says :
    Hello BalKrishna Bro

    I do hope that you are fine and doing great with your works.

    Green Cheers from Nepal :)
    Keep writing great reports.
    We are eager to read more reports from you.

    Kushal Naharki

    Posted 04-10-2019 18:48

  • Hyeongmin Mentor says :
    Hello Bal!
    First of all, I didn't know there is World Rabies Day. It looks like a very good opportunity to inform people about rabies. I can also see that the posters are in fine quality!
    Rabies is not a common disease in my region, but reading your report, I find it very fatal and should be conscious when I visit other countries.
    Thanks for the very informative report!
    Keep up with the good work!

    Posted 27-09-2019 16:56

  • Lisa Mentor says :
    Dear Bal,
    hey this is your mentor Lisa!

    World Rabies Day!
    I wonder if my country celebrates this day or not haha as far as I know no one around me knows about it! Maybe it's time that I start passing this information to people in my country!

    I can see that you have finished your program very successfully and nice job:) Having a proper and full sufficient knowledge about life around us is as important as having climate knowledge. Thanks for giving us some useful information!

    Nice job and thank you:)

    Your Lisa
    Posted 24-09-2019 14:08

  • Susma Thapa says :
    It was such a great programme. Such efforts surely help to spread message about Rabies vaccination.
    keep going, keep doing dai,
    Susma Thapa
    Posted 23-09-2019 10:53

Meena Pandey

  • Meena Pandey says :
    The poster you presented is really awesome.
    The poster speaks louder than thousand words.
    Keep writing and shining.
    Warm regards,
    Meena Pandey
    Posted 23-09-2019 00:20

  • Sandhya Adhikari says :
    Those posters are really so awesome. Of course Rabies can be cured if we vaccinate, don't procastrinate, vaccinate. Lets spread this awareness to every people .
    Thank you Balkrishna dai,
    keep going and shining
    Posted 22-09-2019 21:26


  • ALOK DHAKAL says :
    Nice report brother!!
    Posted 22-09-2019 20:03

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