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Mission Rabies gets help from Rotary Foundation

Mission Rabies, a charity that helps to vaccinate dogs in the fight to eliminate rabies, has received a grant from the Rotary Foundation, a global organisation based in the USA, to support its rabies control projects in Goa, India.

The $47,692 grant was initiated by three Rotary Clubs in Gainesville, Florida, USA, in partnership with the Panaji Mid Town Rotary Club and four other Rotary Clubs in Goa. It will provide vehicles and driver salaries for Mission Rabies’ vaccination projects in the Indian state.

Luke Gamble, who set up Mission Rabies, said: ‘Mission Rabies is indebted to the Rotary Foundation for its generous support. This grant will provide a dedicated Goa state rabies response team which will strengthen …

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