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African Swine Fever (ASF) - poster 2

Don't let your pigs die from African Swine Fever








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    African Swine Fever (ASF) -Don't let your pigs die from African Swine Fever 2021
    African swine fever (ASF) is a highly contagious and deadly pig disease that affect domestic and wild pigs. Although the ASF virus does not pose a hazard or risk to humans, the disease is fatal in domestic pigs and wild boars. ASF has already caused huge economic losses and considerable trade disruptions worldwide. Smallholder pig farms or backyard producers are thought to be the most at risk. This poster follows up on the ASF Animation "Be a Champion Farmer" and is part of the FAO/PIE Regional campaign to raise awareness on African Swine Fever and promote good biosecuiry practices in the farm.
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    African swine fever: An unprecedented global threat A challenge to livelihoods, food security and biodiversity. Call for action
    Report of the webinar, 26-30 October 2020
    2021
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    The report provides background, objectives and the programme of the event, quotes from video address from DG’s FAO and OIE, outline on GF-TADs Global Initiative on ASF Control ; technical tool with reference to web-links; Call for Action . The annexes contain agenda of the webinar, Question and Answers Session, web-links to information resources
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    Global Control of African swine fever. A GF-TADs initiative
    2020 Annual report
    2021
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    The first annual report of the Global Control of African swine fever a Global Framework for Progressive Control of Transboundary Animal Diseases (GF-TADs) initiative for 2020-2025 includes context and presentation of the initiative; FAO and OIE activities to achieve the objectives of Global Initiative e.g. establishment of GF-TADs working group on ASF, activities of the GF-TADs regional standing groups of experts on ASF in Europe, Asia & Pacific and Americas, on-line learning course on ASF risk communication, technical assistance to and capacity development of veterinary services and pig value chain stakeholders, illustrated with several examples of disease control at national level, regional and global levels in 2020 and future directions of global control of ASF.

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