Global programme for the prevention and control of highly pathogenic avian influenza

Global programme for the prevention and control of highly pathogenic
avian influenza

THIRD REPORT
October 2008–December 2009

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      Table of contents



      Executive summary
      Acronyms

      Introduction

      CHAPTER 1
      H5N1 HPAI Situation Update (October 2008–December 2009)

        - Overall H5N1AI incidence decreased in animals in 2009
        - Four countries remain enzootic and of high concern
        - Asia remains the main theater of HPAI events
        - Significant knowledge gaps persist in the role of wild birds
        - A slight increase in human cases is recorded in 2009
        - Perspectives for 2010

      CHAPTER 2
      H5N1 HPAI Portfolio

        - Quantitative review
        - Qualitative review
        - Funding update
        - Pipeline

      CHAPTER 3
      Thematic Review

        - Surveillance
        - Laboratory capacity
        - Biosecurity
        - Other Key Topics – main facts

      CHAPTER 4
      Country Highlights

        - Bangladesh
        - Indonesia
        - Viet Nam
        - Egypt
        - Nigeria

      CHAPTER 5
      FAO’s response to H1N1

      CHAPTER 6
      Moving forward – FAO’s approach to One Health and Development

      Conclusion



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