The fao oie global strategy for the progressive control of highly pathogenic avian influenza hpai was first developed by fao and oie in collaboration with who in response to a recommendation from the fao oie regional meeting on avian influenza control in asia 23 25 february 2005 ho chi minh city viet nam. By fao faos proposal for a global programme for avian influenza control and eradication foreword since the current panzootic of highly pathogenic avian influenza hpai caused by viruses of the h5n1 sub type first resulted in transboundary disease in late 2003 it subsequently spread from asia to europe and both north and west africa in 2005 and 2006. The global strategy for prevention and control of h5n1 highly pathogenic avian influenza authors food and agriculture organization author affiliation viale delle terme di caracalla 00100 rome italy. Full text of the global strategy for prevention and control of h5n1 highly pathogenic avian influenza see other formats the global strategy for prevention and . Comprehensive programmes for the prevention detection and control of highly pathogenic avian influenza hpai require a national dimension and relevant national legislation in which veterinary services can conduct surveillance competent diagnosis and rapid response
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