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18 September 2017
Sulawesi or as it used to be called the Celebes, is a well-known tourist destination for people around the globe because of its biodiversity and natural beauty. However, this island has been identified as one of the potential 'hotspots' for zoonoses and new emerging infectious diseases (EID) in Indonesia. In Sulawesi...
21 August 2017
Story of Amaq Genap, an ex-migrant worker who benefitted from practising Conservation Agriculture. “Compared to my income as a construction worker in Malaysia, I am now better off as a farmer…“Money is now right here, knocking at my door,” says Amaq Genap, a former migrant and farmer from Indonesia. Amaq Genap, a 58-year-old...
07 August 2017
Jakarta, August,7  Indonesia and other countries of the South East Asia Region have achieved significant progress in economic development over the past two decades. Nevertheless, Indonesia’s challenges related to undernutrition remain huge. The fact that one of three children under 5 years of age in Indonesia and some countries in South East Asia suffer from stunting, implies that there is inadequate access...
19 July 2017
  Jakarta, Indonesia – The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Emergency Centre of Transboundary Animal Diseases (ECTAD) Indonesia reinforced its commitment to support the prevention, detection and response to emerging pandemic threats in the country under the Emerging Pandemic Threats Phase 2 (EPT-2) programme, funded by the...
07 July 2017
23 June 2017 – FAO ECTAD Indonesia is supporting the Field Epidemiology Training Programme for Veterinarians (FETPV) in Indonesia in order to strengthen the epidemiological capacity of the Government of Indonesia’s veterinary services. The programme, which is called PELVI, an abbreviation of the programme’s name in Indonesian, was launched by...
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