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The European Commission for the control of Foot-and-Mouth disease (EuFMD)

What is the European Commission for the Control of Foot-and-Mouth Disease (EuFMD)?

The Commission works with member countries on their preparedness, with European neighbors to put in place sustainable control programmes, and to support and promote the global strategy for progressive control of Foot-and-Mouth Disease through close partnership with DG-SANTE of the European Commission (EC) and with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Organization of Animal Health (OIE). [read more]

The Progressive Control Pathway (PCP-FMD)

The Progressive Control Pathway for Foot-and-Mouth Disease (PCP-FMD) developed by FAO and EuFMD and further endorsed by the OIE, guides endemic countries through a series of incremental steps to better manage FMD risks[read more]

The Three Pillars

The Three Pillars of the EuFMD strategy to counter the threat of the disease, have been to support and promote the progressive control of FMD in all regions under the Global FMD Control Strategy of FAO and OIE  [read more]

Training

EuFMD’s Training courses provide a unique opportunity to gain first hand experience in the diagnosis and investigation of an FMD outbreak. Over 600 participants from 50 countries have benefitted from these courses since 2009. [read more]

Member Countries

Member countries (currently 39), which elect an Executive Committee from 8 European member countries [read more]

Documents

Training Programme
PCP-FMD Guidelines

Videos

EuFMD Real Time Training explained
The Progressive Control Pathway for TADs
Six decades of EuFMD