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20 May 2019
 “Which is better - veterinary medicines produced in a modern plant or medicines home-made by farmers themselves,” asks Rika curiously during the poultry health seminar. She is a student from the Ciamis Animal Husbandry Vocational High School, West Java who visited PT Medion Farma Jaya through an FAO ECTAD study...
06 May 2019
Jakarta (6 May, 2019) - When you are sick, you may need medication. Same goes for the livestock, whose products you might consume. But not all diseases, either in humans or animals need to be treated with antibiotics. Inappropriate use of antibiotics can make bacteria resistant. When antibiotics are no...
25 April 2019
  Tangerang (12 April 2019) – The Field Epidemiology Training Program for Veterinarians in Indonesia (FETPV / PELVI - Program Epidemiologi Lapangan Veteriner Indonesia) has completed its final training module for the first cohort of 19 trainees through a three week session starting on 25 March. Launched in May 2017, PELVI...
24 April 2019
 – Almost five years after its launch, IVM Online, the Influenza Virus Monitoring network and its associated online platform continue to thrive in tracking the evolution of influenza viruses in Indonesia and recommending effective actions to key stakeholders. Members of the IVM Network, comprised of Disease Investigation Centers (DICs) under...
06 April 2019
Mataram, Lombok (April 6, 2019) – The Directorate General of Livestock and Animal Health Services (DGLAHS), Ministry of Agriculture together with the Emergency Center for Transboundary Animal Diseases of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO ECTAD Indonesia) and a number of cross-sectoral partners raise public awareness...
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