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TWO KEY PROGRAMMES

GHSA

Five action packages
  • Zoonotic diseases
  • Biosafety and biosecurity
  • National laboratory systems
  • Workforce development
  • Antimicrobial resistance
  • EPT

    Four projects
  • Avian influenza
  • MERS
  • Africa Sustainable Livestock 2050
  • Emergency Stockpile
  • LATEST STORIES

    An animal feed testing laboratory was recently built within the...
    28 May 2019
    FAO, in collaboration with the United States Agency for International...
    05 May 2019
    Forty district “One Health” surveillance officers from 40 districts in...
    27 April 2019

    IN NUMBERS

    75percent of recently emerging infectious diseases affecting humans are of animal origin
    60percent of all human pathogens are zoonotic
    35countries with improved animal health capacities
    4707professionals trained in one year

    DOCUMENTS

    FAO ECTAD China Highlights January 2019
    Highlights: Workshop on Case Study Development for Animal Disease Investigation and Surveillance in Qingdao
    08 March2019
    FAO Food Chain Crisis Early Warning Bulletin I January-March 2019
    Forecast for the period january-March 2019 During the period January to March 2019, Food Chain Crisis ...
    08 February2019
    FAO ECTAD Ethiopia newsletter July-September 2018
    This issue: FAO, Ethiopian Government collaborate to identify and map One Health key partners New project to ...
    10 December2018
    Emergency Management Centre for Animal Health emc-ah-achievemnts-CA2656EN-1cover.jpg Achievements
    The Emergency Management Centre for Animal Health (EMC‑AH) is FAO's leading global centre for animal ...
    30 November2018

    GHSA and EPT countries

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