FAO FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE TECHNICAL PAPER No. 524
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|Bondad-Reantaso, M.G.; Arthur, J.R.; Subasinghe, R.P. (eds).
Strengthening aquaculture health management in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
FAO Fisheries and AquacultureTechnical Paper; No. 524. Rome, FAO. 2009. 83p.
The FAO Technical Cooperation Programme (TCP) Project TCP/BiH/3101
“Strengthening Aquaculture Health Management”, implemented between late 2006
and mid-2009, was aimed at increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of the State
Veterinary Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina on aquatic animal health management
to support sustainable and healthy aquaculture production of the country. In this
way, Bosnia and Herzegovina will improve the value and efficiency of aquaculture
production through the implementation of international aquatic animal health and
food safety standards, especially those of its trading partners in Europe. The project
developed national policies on aquatic animal health and strengthened the capacity
of veterinary administration, inspectors, laboratories and producers in improving
compliance with international health and food safety and quality requirements and
practices. The project also assisted in disseminating the lessons learned to neighbouring
trading partners in order to promote future regional cooperation in aquaculture and
aquatic animal health management.
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Abbreviations and acronyms
Strengthening aquaculture health management in Bosnia and Herzegovina: highlights of project implementation (Download 598Kb)
Policy and strategy development in aquaculture in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Download 78Kb)
Van Anrooy, R.
Directive 88/2006: European Union animal health requirements for aquaculture animals and products thereof (Download 123Kb)
Aquaculture development in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Download 324Kb)
Aquatic animal health surveillance and disease control system in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Download 385Kb)
Health status of aquatic animals in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Download 156Kb)
Fish and fishery product quality and safety of aquaculture products in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Download 467Kb)
Smajlovic, M. and von Mueffling, T.