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May 13, 2011
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FAO as One Health: Moving Forward

In the interconnected world in which we are currently living it is no longer sensible to talk about health in isolation. The health of humans, animals, and ecosystems is tightly interconnected as the growing human population and the rapid urbanization is pushing people closer to previously untouched environments; with increasing demands for energy and natural resources. There is no more reason to view health as separate compartments. Health is to be seen together, in conjunction with all living species, integrated to our surrounding, our foods, livelihoods, and our daily lifestyles. [...]

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AGA in ACTION

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Guidelines No. 4: A value chain approach to animal diseases risk management

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Progressive Control Pathway (PCP)
A tool for promoting action against FMD from national to global scale
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– Technical foundations and practical framework for field application [PDF]

Livestock Data Innovation in Africa BRIEF
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