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Veterinary discusses the project to improve animal health services and early warning to detect disea

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Post by rocky on Sun 08 Mar 2020, 3:33 am

Veterinary discusses the project to improve animal health services and early warning to detect diseases

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{Baghdad: Al Furat News} A veterinary department of a group of the Ministry of Agriculture announced its discussion of a project to improve animal health services to monitor epidemic diseases with the International Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
The Director General of the Veterinary Department, Thamer Habib Hamzah Agency, said in a statement that he received {Al Furat News} a copy of it, that “his department discussed with the FAO the animal health services improvement project to monitor epidemic diseases in the governorates of Anbar, Nineveh and Dohuk in the first phase of the project.”
The statement added that "the meetings on the project were held at the headquarters of the FAO in Baghdad headed by the adviser of the Ministry of Agriculture for livestock activity Hussein Ali Saud and the director general of the Veterinary Department as agency and director of the epidemiology department in the department while attended by the organization by its representative in Baghdad and a number of officials from Sides. "
Hamza explained that "the project, for which an amount of one million two hundred thousand dollars was allocated, continues for a period of two years and is implemented in two phases, the first phase includes the governorates of Anbar, Nineveh and Dohuk, while the second phase of the project includes the rest of the provinces."
The statement stressed that "the project, which was approved by the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Agriculture in the Kurdistan region, was fully supported by the international organization, which expressed its readiness to provide veterinary services and training veterinary staff on field and laboratory diagnostics and early warning of diseases and epidemics."
It was also "agreed by the FAO to provide early warning requirements with training on it and agreed to establish awareness-raising workshops and provide the necessary supplies such as the laboratory number, and it was agreed to evaluate the Animal Health Law in line with the OIE standard and the evaluation period will be 6 ( ) Months" .
The department's statement revealed that "the diseases targeted by surveillance are foot and mouth disease, infection with Brucellella (communicable abortion), PPR and streptococcal dermatitis, in addition to bird flu, Congo hemorrhagic fever, and unknown fever (Q fever)."
The director concluded his statement with "the determination and determination of his department continuously and the development of cooperation with international organizations (FAO, OIE, WHO) that always praises the performance of the Veterinary Department in a way that serves the development of its veterinary cadres in order to provide the best veterinary services to breeders and farmers and to preserve animal wealth as a source of national income and the economy the National". is over
Mohammed Al-Marsoumi


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