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Sorsogon Community-Based Theater
13 April 16
A scene from Sorsogon Community Based Theater Group's production of "Tandok?" (Faith Healer) in Sorsogon, Philippines about proper washing of the bite wound.
An innovative approach to engage the community in rabies prevention is through community theater. GARC developed a play titled “Tandok?” (Faith Healer?) in collaboration with the Sorsogon Community-Based Theater Group (SCBTG) and Bicol University. The play aims to encourage people to go to Animal Bite Treatment Centers instead of traditional healers and tackles key messages on responsible pet ownership and animal bite management & prevention.
Performed in Tagalog (the local language) during town festivals, more than 700 villagers are estimated to have already watched the show.
The play was written by Bicol University’s Prof. Julio Mendoza and directed by Dan Razo of the SCBTG.