In less than a week I will be back in India to once more document the ongoing work of Mission Rabies. For five days I will be following the teams of local and overseas vets from Mission Rabies and Goan charities, ably assisted by their local handlers, as they vaccinate and sterilise dogs across the state of Goa.
In the ten months since I flew to Goa in 2013 to cover the launch of Mission Rabies the team have vaccinated almost 100,000 dogs and neutered a further 9,500 across India.
It’s the monsoon right now in this part of the world – it’s going to be hot, sweaty, and very wet. But it won’t stop the resolve of the team in trying to make Goa the first Rabies-free state in India, and I am looking forward to showcasing the great work they are doing.
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You can find out more about my previous work for Mission Rabies here on my website: https://www.richardmurgatroyd.com/mission-rabies/ along with a summary of my documentary photography offering here: https://www.richardmurgatroyd.com/explore/
Over at www.missionrabies.com you can find out more about their work in India, accompanied by some more of my photography from my trips in 2013.