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 - The occurrence of transboundary animal diseases - especially those that can be transmitted to human beings from animals - poses grave socio-economic consequences for Southern Africa. They affect ...read more
16/08/2017
 - This issue: Working together towards a rabies-free Indonesia Implementation of One Health approach for wildlife conservation Indonesia raising awareness on antimicrobial resistance Minahasa: new One Health pilot project Snapshot! Preventing transmission ...read more
06/08/2017
 - Tsetse-transmitted trypanosomosis is a lethal parasitic disease of humans and livestock. The disease severely limits mixed livestock–crop agriculture in over 10 million km2 of highly productive ...read more
23/07/2017
 - In strife-torn Syria, the food security and livelihoods situation of some 234 000 people has received a strong boost thanks to a recently completed animal health ...read more
14/07/2017
 - The scale of the food crisis in conflict-ridden Yemen is staggering with 17 million people - two thirds of the population - severely food insecure and seven million ...read more
12/07/2017
 - To increase the resilience of vulnerable households to shocks and stresses through restored production capacity and value addition, temporary employment, and animal disease control.
06/07/2017
 -  This information sheet presents some key facts on an emerging threat to public health globally which can cause severe respiratory infections in humans: the Middle East ...read more
13/06/2017
 - Highlights FAO Chief Veterinary Officer and ECTAD RAP Regional Manager visit to China Strengthening cooperation in the area of animal health between China and FAO: Veterinary Bureau delegation ...read more
10/06/2017
 - This issue: FAO ECTAD Indonesia supports USAID and Indonesia’s Ministry of Human Development and Culture’s strategic meeting Government and FAO ECTAD Indonesia launch FETPV in Indonesia Smart and wise ...read more
06/04/2017
 - Highlights 26 new trainees embarked on the journey to become field epidemiologists – CFETPV 4th cohort 1st module on outbreak investigation. FAO and WHO in China gather partners ...read more
05/04/2017