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Mapping a long-term strategy for brucellosis control in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

click to enlargeDecember 2014 - Brucellosis, a priority animal disease for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), is a zoonotic and a transboundary animal disease. In order to reduce its burden both in humans and animals national control programmes need to be reinforced and coordinated at subregional level to limit disease spread across neighbouring countries. Since 2010, FAO has increased efforts to assist countries in Eastern Europe and Central Asia to develop sustainable control programmes for brucellosis in livestock...[Read more]



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