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Towards integrated and effective animal health–food safety surveillance capacity development in Eastern Africa.

Towards integrated and effective animal health–food safety surveillance capacity development in Eastern Africa.

The World Livestock 2013: Changing disease landscapes looks at the evidence of changing disease dynamics involving livestock and explores three key areas: the Pressure, including drivers and risk factors that contribute to disease emergence, spread and persistence; the State, describing the disease dynamics that result from the Pressure and their subsequent impact; and the Response, required both to adapt and improve the State and to mitigate the Pressure.

والماعز، بخسائر اقتصادية بالغة جداً تقدر ب 1.45 إلى 2.1 مليار في كل سنة. وقد انتشر هذا المرض منذ أن تم التعرف عليه أولا في كوت ديفوار في عام 1942 في حوالي 70 بلداً في أفريقيا والشرق الأوسط وآسيا - وهي مناطق تؤوي ما يزيد على 80 في المائة من الأغنام والماعز في العالم وأكثر من 330 مليون نسمة من الأكثر فقراً في العالم الذين يعتمدون عليها في سبل كسب عي

Wheat is a source of food and livelihoods for over 1 billion people in developing countries. Drought, floods and diseases severely affect wheat production. Exacerbated by climatic stress, especially in rainfed areas, the impact of wheat diseases is expected to increase.

Considering these challenges, FAO launched the second phase of the Wheat Rust Diseases Global Programme (2014-2017) built on the lessons learned and experience gained thus far. It places specific emphasis on strengthening national surveillance and disease management capacities as well as improved regional.