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 - 15/11/2018
The threat of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) infection is present in Mali and Senegal. To prepare for the emergence of potential HPAI outbreaks, FAO’s Emergency Centre for Transboundary Animal ...leer más
 - 14/11/2018
A total of 10 000 dogs were vaccinated as part of a mass campaign on World Rabies Day (28 September) in Senegal. This five-fold increase on last year was thanks ...leer más
 - 08/11/2018
Highlights: The 6th Veterinary Epidemiology for Executives (FETPV-E) workshop successfully held in Xi’an FAO China ECTAD, the VB of MARA and CAHEC jointly held the 15th China Field Epidemiology Training Program for ...leer más
 - 27/09/2018
Highlights: FAO China ECTAD Office and the Veterinary Bureau of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs (MARA) jointly organize the Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Video Launch Ceremony FAO China ECTAD attendance at ...leer más
 - 25/09/2018
This publication provides reference and general guidance for countries, specifically policy makers and official, to draft and implement policies on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and antimicrobial use (AMU) for food animal ...leer más
 - 10/09/2018
Leading experts in animal health and public health from 11 countries developed a regional plan of action against the Rift Valley fever outbreak in East Africa at a high-level meeting ...leer más
 - 04/09/2018
Challenges Sustainable financing: Sustainability of national health security Legislation: The need to strengthen legal bases for many good practices Managing Risks: Human-animal-environment interface using One Health approach Multi-sectoral collaboration: For preparedness and response
 - 21/08/2018
Highlights: FAO China ECTAD attendance at the technical meeting to discuss echinococcosis control and prevention FAO China ECTAD attendance at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Cooperation Conference on Joint Prevention and Control ...leer más
 - 13/07/2018
The occurrence of transboundary plant pests and animal diseases poses grave socio-economic consequences as it affects food and nutrition security, human health, livelihoods, trade and economic development. In an effort ...leer más
 - 04/07/2018
Tanzania loses an estimated 1 500 people to rabies every year, a zoonotic disease that is caused by a bite from infected dogs primarily, but also cats or some wild ...leer más