Кризис продовольственной цепи


GIEWS Report focuses on developments affecting the food situation of developing countries and the Low-Income Food-Deficit Countries (LIFDCs) in particular. The report provides a review of the food situation by geographic region, a section dedicated to the LIFDCs and a list of countries requiring external assistance for food.

Training Handbook - First Edition -
Worldwide, food safety incidents can have a significant impact on public health, economies, agrifood trade, food security, and public confidence in the food supply. The prevention, mitigation, and management of food safety incidents globally can be enhanced through more effective early warning systems for food safety. Early warning systems help countries to better anticipate food safety threats and respond quicker through appropriate risk management actions. This publication provides a resource for countries to enhance their early warning capabilities and capacities. It emphasizes the need to build and connect links between existing food safety infrastructure (e.g. surveillance and food control) and to improve collaborative relationships among all of the different food chain stakeholders in order to protect public health and the food supply.

Preventing, preparing and responding to transboundary, high impact animal and plant pests and diseases and food safety threats

This booklet showcases a selection of successful FCC-EMPRES programmes, tools, and services illustrating prevention and early warning of food chain emergencies as well as preparedness and response, which have all led to remarkable results on the ground. The booklet is composed of a collection of monthly information sheets issued in 2015 that describe specific achievements.

EMPRES Watch ::: Vol. 34 - December 2015

Rift Valley fever (RVF) is a zoonotic, viral, vector-borne disease representing a threat to human health, animal health and livestock production in Africa, the Near East and potentially Europe and the rest of the world. In this EMPRES WATCH, a description of the past RVF epidemic in East Africa during the period 2006-2007 and the RVF cases recently occurred in Mauritania in 2015 is presented together with an update of the RVF risk model based on in east Africa and the predicted El Niño event associated with abundant rainfall in extensive areas of the East African region. This EMPRES Watch is warning countries about the increased risk of Rift Valley fever disease in livestock and human of Africa and provides recommendations to prevent, respond and reduce the risk.

A regular update on the main global animal (including zoonosis) disease threats and risks assessed by the FAO/AGAH GLEWS to enhance global surveillance, risk assessment and early warning. This report contains relevant analysis of disease information collected from official and informal sources, highlights possible drivers of animal disease incursion or spread and forecasts risk of animal diseases based on risk assessment activities conducted by the animal health service of the FAO. This report has been made possible through the kind support of donors.