Baghdad, Iraq, June 20, 2022 – The Meals and Agriculture Group of the United Nations (FAO) in Iraq, in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), is organizing a four-day Coaching for Trainers (ToT), as a part of the United Nations’ States Protection Risk Discount Company (DTRA) funded venture, bettering the supply of animal well being companies and illness surveillance in Iraq.
This ToT in Expertise Emergency Administration utilizing the Good Emergency Apply (GEMP), goals to standardize and enhance the capacities of nations to reply effectively, rapidly and appropriately to animal well being illness emergencies and to extend the extent of preparedness and command constructions, danger evaluation, additionally to assessment their emergency plans, funding mechanisms, info system, to call a couple of.
Greater than 30 representatives of Nationwide Veterinary Providers and Public Well being, who efficiently accomplished the net coaching utilizing the GEMP software, personally participated. This coaching will clearly define the weather veterinary companies want to organize preparedness planning for animal well being emergencies. It is going to additionally assist them to be higher ready and to share the data realized with their friends.
FAO Iraq Consultant Dr. Salah El-Hajj Hassan states: “We’re dedicated to incorporating the ‘One Well being’ method into our work to handle the well being threats posed by the persistence of transboundary animal ailments and their implications for the economic system and the surroundings. livelihood of a rustic. This coaching goals to offer Iraqi veterinary companies with the required data and instruments to implement preparedness planning for animal illness emergencies.”
“Because of DTRA’s beneficiant contribution, we are going to proceed to work in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture to scale back the danger of spreading very harmful animal ailments within the nation and in neighboring international locations,” he provides.
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