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FAO boosts Kenya’s Animal Disease Surveillance Capacity and Performance Evaluation

medium Photo 1 nanyuki slaughter house07/12/2017.Nairobi - The animal disease surveillance capacity evaluation in Kenya has been concluded after an eleven day process aimed at improving local capacities in detection, prevention and response of animal diseases or threats, including zoonoses (diseases which can be transmitted between animals and humans).

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Partners Meeting for Finalization of the Formulation of Second Phase of Fisheries Governance Project (FishGov II) and Reviewer’s Meeting for Final Review of the African Fisheries Report

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Two write-shops to finalize the drafts of the FISHGOV II Project proposal and Africa Fisheries Report with partners was organized by the African Union Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources (AU-IBAR) and the NEPAD Agency with support from the European Union from the 18th to 21st June, 2018 in Naivasha, Kenya.

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FAO launches Open Access for all publications

FAO is adopting an Open Access policy for most of its publications.

18 June 2018, Rome - As of today, FAO will implement an Open Access policy, enabling maximal reach and ease of use for FAO knowledge products.

FAO has been disseminating knowledge since its foundation in 1945, and its publications have been freely accessible in the FAO online Document Repository since 1998.

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Training on Risk Communication in Public Health for Communication Officers of selected National Public Health Institutes in Africa in Tunis, Tunisia from 03 to 07 April 2018

Addis Ababa, April 10th, 2018 - Risk and Crisis Communication in Public Health Emergencies training for Officials working in National Public Health Institutes (NPHIs) in the African Union Member States organized by the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) in partnership with the National Observatory of New and Emerging Diseases (ONMNE) of the Ministry of health of Tunisia held in Tunis, Tunisia, from 03rd to 07th of April 2018, at the Golden Tulip El Mechtel Hotel.

Risk communication is a core Public Health intervention in any disease outbreak and health emergency. It refers to the real-time exchange of information, advice and opinions between experts, officials and people who face a threat to their wellbeing, to enable informed decision-making and to adopt protective behaviours. It has gone beyond the traditional concept as primarily a tool for dissemination of information to the public about health risks and events, such as outbreaks of disease and instructions on how to change behaviour to mitigate those risks. 

As part of Africa CDC activities towards achieving its strategic objectives of strengthening NPHIs and enhancing emergency preparedness and response among Member States of the African Union, Africa CDC jointly with the Tunisian Ministry of Health represented by ONMNE conducted a five day training on Risk communication for Communication Officers of selected National Public Health Institutes in Africa.

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