The papers published in these proceedings were read at a rabies workshop held at Onderstepoort, South Africa on 3-5
May 1993 under the auspices of the Southern and Eastern African Rabies Group (SEARG). The major objectives of the
workshop were, firstly, to provide an interface between people engaged in rabies research in southern and eastern Africa
and their counterparts in Europe and North America and, secondly, to review developments in rabies research which are
of particular relevance in controlling the increasingly serious rabies problem in many regions in Africa. Implicit in these
objectives is the desire of SEARG to enable African countries to become more self-reliant in addressing local rabies
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