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07/07/15
Webinar on rabies prevention and control tools in Asia
Implementation of the FAO-OIE Global Foot-and-Mouth Disease Control Strategy - The 6th West Eurasia Regional Roadmap Meeting
10/06/15
Senegal celebrates first victory against tsetse fly eradication
Fight against brucellosis translates into action in Georgia
25/05/15
FAO works with partners and member countries for the effective monitoring and prevention of MERS at the human-animal interface
FAO facilitates wild animal and disease monitoring in Zimbabwe
Project meeting to discuss the status and way forward of Vmerge
Prevention and Control of Transboundary Animal Diseases: FAO experts define scope of future work in Asia
Lumpy Skin Disease – Vaccination
Expert Panel Meeting to develop socioeconomic Guidelines for Foot and Mouth Disease Progressive Control
12/05/15
Exploring new tools against Rift Valley Fever (RVF) in the Horn of Africa and Middle East
20/04/15
LinkTADs workshop to develop research projects on the top-8 animal diseases in China
Avian influenza FAO mission in Benin and Togo
02/04/15
EuFMD Webinars: The way forward
Sustainable grassland management offers a better future for Qinghai herders
17/03/15
FAO’s support to the HPAI emergency in Egypt
02/03/15
Support to the improvement of the control of trade-relevant transboundary animal diseases
Webinar on antimicrobial resistance
16/02/15
Promoting research focusing on the needs of smallholder farmers
FAO provides assistance to West Bank in HPAI H5N1 response
A national policy for efficient Veterinary Laboratory services - Kenya as a pilot country
04/02/15
Coordinating the fight against African swine fever in Eastern Africa
FAO and USAID rolling out next phase of support to countries dealing with avian influenzas and emerging pandemic threats
Protecting Mongolia’s livestock and livelihoods from animal diseases: FAO and partners train authorities in latest border inspection techniques
14/01/15
FAO and the United States’ Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) collaborate to reduce biological threats
Preparing for 2015 launch of a smartphone pilot project (EMA-i) in Mali to improve disease reporting
Training Chinese veterinary services to assess and reduce the risk of an African swine fever incursion