Animal health

07/10/2022

During the second episode of the PPR Stakeholder Seminar Series, Tinni Sawhney (Chief Executive Officer of Aga Khan Foundiation, India) shared experiences from their ongoing work with community-based paravets...

15/09/2022

The first edition of the PPR Stakeholder Series involved experts from ILRI who delivered presentations on the development of a thermotolerant PPR vaccine and its field testing in several East and West African countries...

27/07/2022

This is a video of a webinar held on 31 May 2022 for the Global launch of the Progressive Pathway for Emergency Preparedness (PPEP). The PPEP is a new process which currently enables countries to...

08/04/2022

During the webinar, the core development team, i.e. Daniel Beltrán-Alcrudo (FAO), Jordi Casal (UAB) and Damian Tago-Pacheco (FAO) presented OutCosT, a new FAO spreadsheet-based tool to evaluate the...

30/03/2022

The meeting showcased cross-cutting themes and lessons learned from eradication campaigns for both animal and human diseases, in order to better advocate for disease eradication programmes including PPR GEP and to inform PPR GEPII.

30/03/2022

The meeting showcased cross-cutting themes and lessons learned from eradication campaigns for both animal and human diseases, in order to better advocate for disease eradication programmes including PPR GEP and to inform PPR GEPII.

10/03/2022

This video is the recording of a webinar held by the Surveillance Team in FAO HQ on 28 February 2022 to present the steps and outcomes of a review of FAO’s Surveillance Evaluation tool (SET), and subsequent update to version 2.0.

27/02/2022

The video features the virtual book launch of "Good beekeeping practices for sustainable agriculture" published by FAO.

26/02/2022

The video features the virtual book launch of "Good beekeeping practices for sustainable agriculture" published by FAO.

15/02/2022

Wild birds are the natural reservoir for avian influenza viruses and constitute a driver for the long distance spread of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI).

15/02/2022

Wild birds are the natural reservoir for avian influenza viruses and constitute a driver for the long distance spread of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI).

24/01/2022

This panel discussion explored lessons from co-delivery approaches and integrated delivery strategies for rabies and PPR vaccination to support One Health approaches for more cost-effective health service delivery.

24/01/2022

This panel discussion explored lessons from co-delivery approaches and integrated delivery strategies for rabies and PPR vaccination to support One Health approaches for more cost-effective health service delivery.

10/01/2022

FAO Egypt through its Emergency Centre for Transboundary Animal Diseases (ECTAD) has been supporting Egypt to generate knowledge and enhance understanding about the epidemiology of MERS-CoV...

10/01/2022

EMPRES-i+ is FAO’s new global animal disease information system that aims to improve intelligence, forecasting and early warning, enabling countries to monitor disease spread and risk of new outbreaks.

10/01/2022

This video was produced by the European Commission for the control of Foot-and-Mouth disease (EuFMD) to raise awareness amongst farmers living in areas which are currently free from the disease.

10/01/2022

EMPRES-i+ is FAO’s new global animal disease information system that aims to improve intelligence, forecasting and early warning, enabling countries to monitor disease spread and risk of new outbreaks.

10/01/2022

EMPRES-i+ is FAO’s new global animal disease information system that aims to improve intelligence, forecasting and early warning, enabling countries to monitor disease spread and risk of new outbreaks.

10/01/2022

Burping livestock are a big problem for our planet. When cows and other ruminants eat, their food ferments in their gut and produces methane, which contributes to global warming.

10/01/2022

EMPRES-i+ is FAO’s new global animal disease information system that aims to improve intelligence, forecasting and early warning, enabling countries to monitor disease spread and risk of new outbreaks