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2007

Protection against the major trans boundary animal diseases (Yemen)

Yemen

Titre : Protection against the major trans boundary animal diseases (Yemen)

Pays : Yemen

Identification du projet : TCP/YEM/3101

Date : 2007 – 2009

Présentation
Objectives : The objectives of the project all relate to managing the risk of serious epidemics of transboundary animal diseases (TADs) to livestock production.
Outputs : the Directorate General of Animal Resources was assisted to define national policies and strategies for management of each of the most serious TADs of high risk to Yemen such as rinderpest. The important issue was to protect the country against re-introduction of the disease whilst making progress in accreditation of rinderpest freedom by the OIE Pathway procedure. The Rinderpest Survey activities were completed and Yemen was declared free of Rinderpest by OIE

Organisme de mise en oeuvre : Directorate General of Animal Resources

Budget : US$ 336,000

Document source : Coopération FAO-Yemen (page 6)

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