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 - 24/06/2013
Two years ago, the world reached a milestone: FAO declared the world free from rinderpest on 28 June 2011. Rinderpest is a highly contagious animal disease ...en lire plus
 - 12/06/2013
The Emergency risk assessment summarizes the latest knowledge on the potential introduction and spread of the virus.
 - 12/06/2013
Risk management along the food chain examines short-term management measures and provides a long-term vision to prevent the spread of H7N9 and to minimize its socio-economic ...en lire plus
 - 12/06/2013
The Guidelines for emergency risk-based surveillance detail strategies to assist national authorities in rapidly detecting an incursion of H7N9 in non-affected countries/areas and in investigating the ...en lire plus
 - 30/04/2013
FAO has assisted representatives from the governments of South Sudan and Sudan to initiate the formation of a joint veterinary protocol agreement for the control of ...en lire plus
 - 27/02/2013
Key messages conveyed through this documentary are on the key project activities in Zimbabwe which are centered on livestock development (dipping and small stock production models). ...en lire plus
 - 05/11/2012
The importance of prevention cannot be overestimated. In this environment of climate change and global marketing of agricultural products, we would expect that transboundary diseases and ...en lire plus
 - 10/06/2011
Maasai elders in Kenya are among those who have seen, first-hand, the devastation caused by rinderpest, or cattle plague. For millennia, the virus was a threat ...en lire plus
 - 26/05/2011
Juan Lubroth is FAO's Chief Veterinary Officer.
 - 21/11/2010
Throughout history, rinderpest regularly devastated buffalo and cattle herds in Asia and Europe and occasionally caused havoc in North Africa.