Animal Health and Production


Livestock plays an important role in the social, cultural and economic environment of Pacific Island communities. Indeed many, of the important social and cultural events in island life cannot be properly carried out without the slaughter and presentation of livestock in sufficient numbers. The Animal Health and Production thematic team works together in the Pacific region to develop prosperous, efficient and sustainable animal health and production systems, producing healthy animals and safe products for food security and income generation.

Animal specimen shipping protocol simulation exercise for the North Pacific
Wednesday, 04 May 2011 11:00
. Representation from SPC, CSIRO AAHL, UOG and North Pacific countries pose for a group photo during the ceremony marking the completion of the sub-regional animal health laboratory for the North Pacific region located at University of Guam

Animal health officers meet together this week at the University of Guam for the Pacific Animal Health Laboratory Network (PAHLNet) Sub-regional labor....

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Strengthening animal disease reporting in Asia and the Pacific
Tuesday, 19 April 2011 08:34

The OIE Regional Representation of the Asia and the Pacific have recently completed a training workshop for OIE National Focal Points on animal diseas....

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A review of the status of animal health laboratory capacity in the Pacific
Tuesday, 08 February 2011 13:09
Animal health laboratory technician, Edward Wainuni, from Solomon Islands inspect results during a laboratory workshop

One of the main objectives of the Pacific Regional Influenza Pandemic Preparedness Project (PRIPPP) is to strengthen the diagnostic capacity of the an....

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PAHLNet shipping mechanism fact sheet: A regional picture of animal health specimen referral routes
Friday, 21 January 2011 13:33
Photo map showing proposed regional laboratory referral mechanism for animal disease diagnosis in the Pacific region

PAHLNet has recently developed a fact sheet for a regional laboratory referral mechanism for animal disease diagnosis.

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