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26 Apr 2022

Rift Valley fever action framework

Country/Area: Worldwide
Author: FAO
Network: REMESA
Produced by: FAO
Language: English
Submitted by: Bengoumi

Rift Valley fever (RVF) is an arboviral disease affecting humans and livestock transmitted by mosquitoes. It is endemic to large areas of Africa, resulting in widespread abortion and neonatal mortality in livestock, and severe complications in a small but significant percentage of human cases. The range of RVF is largely...

8 Feb 2022

GF-TADs Staretegy 2021-2025

Country/Area: Worldwide
Author: GF-TAD
Network: REMESA
Produced by: FAO
Language: English
Submitted by: Mohammed ebngoumi

Since 2004, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) have cooperated in the Global Framework for the Progressive Control of Transboundary Animal Diseases (GF-TADs) to reduce the threat from transboundary animal diseases (TADs) to food security, livelihoods and safe...

8 Feb 2022

Conducting After Action Reviews for animal health emergencie

Country/Area: Worldwide
Author: FAO
Network: REMESA
Produced by: FAO
Language: English
Submitted by: Mohammed Bengoumi

Carrying out an After Action Review (AAR) of a country’s emergency response is an integral part of learning; it provides countries with the opportunity to highlight what they have done well and what gaps remain to be filled in terms of animal health emergency management. This newly published manual...

17 Dec 2021

E-lerning course on Simulation exercise for Animal diseases

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Country/Area: Worldwide
Author: FAO
Network: REMESA
Produced by: FAO
Language: English
Submitted by: Mohammed BENGOUMI
  • This course introduces simulation exercises as part of preparedness for animal disease emergencies. It explains the processes involved in planning, conducting and evaluating simulation exercises. It also describes the various tools, approaches and strategies to support decision-making, as well...

    22 Nov 2021

    Recommendations for the epidemiological investigation of SARS-CoV-2 in exposed animals

    Country/Area: Worldwide
    Author: FAO
    Network: REMESA
    Produced by: FAO
    Language: English
    Submitted by: Mohammed BENGOUMI
    Acknowledging the zoonotic nature of SARS-CoV-2, investigations about potential animal hosts are of great importance to improve understanding of COVID-19 epidemiology and identify susceptible animal species as well as possible transmission between humans and animals. Positive findings by a polymerase chain reaction in dogs, cats, farmed mink, and wild...
    15 Jul 2021

    Report of the 22nd JPC /REMESA

    Country/Area:
    Author: REMESA Secretariat
    Network: REMESA
    Produced by: REMESA Secretariat
    Language: English
    Submitted by: Mohammed bengoumi
    13 Apr 2021

    Tripartite Zoonotic Disease Guide

    Country/Area: Worldwide
    Author: Tripartite FAO OIE WHO
    Network: REMESA
    Produced by: Tripartite FAO OIE WHO
    Language: English
    Submitted by: Mohammed Bengoumi
    13 Apr 2021

    OIE Annual report on antimicrobial agents intended for use in animals

    Country/Area: Worldwide
    Author: OIE
    Network: REMESA
    Produced by: OIE
    Language: English
    Submitted by: Mohammed Bengoumi

    This fifth OIE Annual Report on Antimicrobial Agents Intended for Use in Animals provides details of the global use of antimicrobial agents adjusted for animal biomass for 2017, and interprets the overall findings of the fifth annual data collection on the use of antimicrobial agents in animals, providing a global...

    8 Feb 2021

    FAO Guidelines for designing animal disease surveillance plans

    Country/Area: Mediterranean countries
    Author: FAO
    Network: REPIVET
    Produced by: FAO
    Language: English
    Submitted by: Mohammed Bengoumi

    FAO Animal Health developed this guideline to support national veterinary services in designing comprehensive animal disease surveillance plans by highlighting some of the most important components that should be incorporated. Countries can use this document as a basis for the development of their own plans while ensuring it is adapted...

    16 Jan 2021

    Understanding Antimicrobial Resistance in Aquaculture.

    Country/Area: Worldwide
    Author: FAO
    Network: REMESA
    Produced by: FAO
    Language: English
    Submitted by: Mohammed bengoumi

    The important role played by aquaculture in providing high-quality nutrition, improving livelihoods, stimulating and creating decent work and economic growth, and alleviating poverty, particularly in lowincome food-deficit countries and the need to address biosecurity, one of the most important sustainability challenges, can be important drivers for supporting AMR stewardship. The...

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