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Réduire les risques de transmission de nouveaux agents pathogènes des espèces sauvages aux êtres humains et aux animaux

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    APPRÉCIATION DU RISQUE DE TRANSMISSION DES PATHOGÈNES ZOONOTIQUES DANS LA FILIÈRE DE VIANDE SAUVAGE 2022
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    The forests in the Congo Basin are home to an extremely rich diversity of animal and plant life. The Mulundu Department in the Ogooué-Lolo Province, is home to a diversity and abundance of wildlife, which provide an important source of protein and income for communities in small rural villages. However, the growing demand for wild meat in secondary towns and metropolitan areas could affect the availability of resources for these village communities. The Sustainable Wildlife Management (SWM) Programme in Gabon aims to promote sustainable management of village hunting and the local wild meat trade, whilst increasing the supply of alternative proteins. The activities in Gabon are coordinated by French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD), in collaboration with local communities and Gabon’s Ministry of Water and Forests. The SWM Programme is a major international initiative that aims to improve wildlife conservation and food security. We are developing innovative, collaborative and scalable new approaches to conserve wild animals and protect ecosystems, whilst at the same time improving the livelihoods of indigenous peoples and rural communities who depend on these resources. It is being implemented by a dynamic consortium of partners working together with governments and local communities to conserve wildlife and develop a sustainable future. The consortium includes the: - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) - French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD) - Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) - Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) The SWM Programme is an Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS) initiative, which is being funded by the European Union with co-funding from the French Facility for Global Environment (FFEM) and the French Development Agency (AFD).
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    Exposition des êtres humains ou des animaux au SARS-CoV-2 provenant d’animaux sauvages, d’élevage, de compagnie et aquatiques
    Évaluation qualitative de l’exposition - Résumé
    2021
    Le SRAS-CoV-2 est un nouveau virus à la source de l’épidémie massive actuelle de covid-19. Les pays ont demandé à la FAO de fournir des conseils sur la meilleure façon d’enquêter sur la ou les sources animales potentielles du virus. Ce résumé de la version initiale du document sur l’évaluation qualitative rapide des risques de propagation du SRAS-CoV-2 à l’interface entre l’animal et l’homme présente les principales lacunes dans les connaissances ainsi que ses recommandations clés.

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