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Bulletin d'alerte rapide

Le Bulletin trimestriel d'alerte rapide contient des informations sur les menaces qui pèseront sur la filière alimentaire et la sécurité alimentaire dans les trois mois à venir.

Cette publication est le fruit d'une collaboration entre le Système de prévention des crises pour les maladies et les ravageurs transfrontières des animaux et des végétaux et les menaces pour la sécurité sanitaire des aliments, le Système mondial d'information et d'alerte rapide sur l'alimentation et l'agriculture (SMIAR) et le Cadre de gestion des crises pour la filière alimentaire. Les données fournies proviennent du SMIAR et du Système de prévention des crises.

January 2019 - March 2019
Highlights

Twenty-nine plant and forest pests and diseases, locusts and animal and aquatic diseases were monitored and forecasted by FAO experts for the period January-March 2019. A total of 275 forecasts were conducted in 120 countries.
According to the forecasts, the following pests and diseases represent a high to moderate risk to the food chain in some countries for the period January-March 2019:

  • Rift Valley fever (RVF) in Africa, African swine fever (ASF) in Asia and Europe, Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), Avian influenza (AI) in Africa and Asia, and Peste des petits ruminants (PPR) in Africa, Asia and Europe for Animal diseases and zoonoses;

  • Fall armyworm (FAW), Banana fusarium wilt disease (BFWD) and Cassava mosaic disease (CMD) in Africa and Asia, and Cassava brown streak disease (CBSD), Wheat rust and Banana bunchy top disease (BBTD) in Africa for Plant pests and diseases;

  • Desert Locust in Africa and Asia for Locusts;

  • Blue gum chalcid, Red gum lerp psyllid, Bronze bug and Polyphagous shot hole borer (PSHB) in Africa, Dry cone syndrome in Asia, Bark beetles in Europe and the Americas, and Pine processionary moth in Europe for Forest pests and diseases;

  • Tilapia Lake Virus in the Americas and Asia, and Acute hepatopancreatic necrosis disease (AHPND) in Asia for Aquatic diseases.