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Strengthening aquaculture health management in Bosnia and Herzegovina

22 June 2010
Between late 2006 and mid-2009 an FAO Technical Cooperation Programme focussed on 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. The FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper, Strengthening aquaculture health management in Bosnia and Herzegovina, presents the main results of that project in a series of papers covering: i) project overview and highlights of implementation; (ii) development of national policy and strategy for aquaculture; (iii) European Union animal health requirements for aquacultured animals and their products; (iv) status of national aquaculture development; (v) aquatic animal health surveillance and disease control system in Bosnia and Herzegovina; (vi) national health status of aquatic animals and (vii) aquacultured fish and fishery product quality and safety in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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