The EMPRES Transboundary Animal Diseases Bulletin is a quarterly
publication that began in 1997. The articles included in this
publication range from scientific articles provided by FAO
EMPRES Collaborating Centres and Reference Laboratories, in-depth
analysis of transboundary animal disease (TAD) occurrence
and their impact on animal health and food security, EMPRES
related project activities, research trends, recent developments
in the use of innovative technologies, and outcomes of workshops
and mission reports.
The EMPRES Bulletin also includes reports on TADs and risk
implications to countries as to their potential spread as
well as progress in their control in the affected countries
or Regions. The progressive control of TADs is an outcome
of the EMPRES-Livestock program and the EMPRES Bulletin informs
countries on these critical issues.
EMPRES subscribers list
The EMPRES-Livestock discussion group provides interaction
and improved communication among subscribers involved in transboundary
animal diseases and emergency prevention systems. Early warning
messages are sent on priority animal diseases through the
list and are available on the web site as well.