Thumbnail Image

FAO Viet Nam Newsletter, 2nd semester 2023 – issue #20











Also available in:
No results found.

Related items

Showing items related by metadata.

  • Thumbnail Image
    Newsletter
    FAO Viet Nam Newsletter, 1st semester - Issue #17 2022
    Also available in:
    No results found.

    FAO Viet Nam Newsletter highlights the Country Office's significant activities and achievements for the period of January to June 2022. This issue contains some featured stories such as : FAO Viet Nam has played a key role in development of the National Strategy for Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development in 2021-2030 with a vision to 2050; Viet Nam and APRC 36; Increasing Capacities and Scale for Anticipatory Action ; Nutrition-sensitive food systems in Viet Nam ; Introduction of new project as well as many activities related to One Health issues
  • Thumbnail Image
    Newsletter
    FAO Viet Nam Newsletter, 2nd Semester 2022 - Issue #18 2023
    Also available in:
    No results found.

    FAO Viet Nam newsletter highlights the Country Office's significant activities and achievements for the period of June to December 2022. This issue contains some featured stories such as World Food Day Celebration in Viet Nam, World Rabies Day 2022; FAO Representative in Viet Nam co-chaired the International Support Group 2022 plenary meeting on Food System Transformation towards Transparency, Responsibility and Sustainability; Technical workshops and new FAO projects launching events.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Newsletter
    FAO Viet Nam Newsletter - H7N9 Response special edition 2017/2018
    Emergency Centre for Transboundary Animal Diseases (ECTAD)
    2018
    Also available in:
    No results found.

    The third World Antibiotic Awareness Week during 13 -19 November called for stronger action from all sectors to stop the misuse and overuse of antibiotics to combat resistance. Irrational use of antibiotics threatens human and animal health – make a pledge to stop the misuse and combat resistance. Around the world, many common infections are becoming resistant to the antimicrobial agents used to treat them, resulting in longer illnesses and more deaths. Infections like pneumonia as well as HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria are increasingly becoming untreatable because of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Viet Nam is among the countries that in recent years have witnessed a growing threat of antimicrobial resistance, brought about by the excessive and irrational use of antibiotics at all levels of the health care system, in aquaculture and livestock production and the public. This Newsletter is special issue focused on AMR activities.

Users also downloaded

Showing related downloaded files

No results found.