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Final Report: Workshop On Integrated Surveillance And Information Sharing Using Tripartite Zoonotic Guide-Surveillance Information Sharing Operational Tool (Tzg-Sis Ot) For Cross-Sectoral Zoonoses In Indonesia

4-8 October 2021









FAO. 2024. Final Report: Workshop on Integrated Surveillance and Information Sharing using Tripartite Zoonotic Guide-Surveillance Information Sharing Operational Tool (TZG-SIS OT) for Cross-sectoral Zoonoses in Indonesia (4-8 October 2021). Jakarta.



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