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La présente section permet aux utilisateurs d'accéder à une mine de ressources: actualités, publications, vidéos, photos et articles illustrant l'action du Cadre de gestion des crises pour la filière alimentaire.

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The Fall Armyworm (FAW) is an invasive pest that first appeared in the Asian region in India in July 2018. Since then FAW continues to spread in the region.

   

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Tsetse-transmitted Trypanosomoses are a family of infectious diseases unique to Africa that are caused by various species of blood parasites. They affect both people (Human African Trypanosomosis – HAT, or sleeping sickness) and animals (African Animal Trypanosomosis – AAT, or nagana), and they occur in 37 sub-Saharan countries over an [...]

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The importance of prevention cannot be overestimated. In this environment of climate change and global marketing of agricultural products, transboundary diseases, pests, and threats to the food chain are increasing, so every effort must be made to prevent them from being introduced and spreading to new environments. Prevention can save lives, save livelihoods and save money.

The purpose of this second edition of the Compendium of monthly FCC-EMPRES information sheets is to share lessons of the last two years on the prevention and control of high impact animal and aquatic diseases, plant and forest pests and diseases and food safety incidents. The Compendium outlines what FCC-EMPRES teams did, what they grasped, and what the challenges to managing transboundary threats are, so that other initiatives may benefit and build upon the knowledge and best practices shared in the stories.

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09 June 2015, Rome, Italy - FAO Conference 39th Session - Side event: Building Resilience in Africa’s Drylands. FAO Headquarters (Sheik Zayed Center).