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  • IFAH Press Release: Launch of white paper on vector-borne disease with the support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

    27/11/2014

    Brussels, 27 November 2015 - Vector-borne diseases (VBDs) currently account for 17% of the global burden of all infectious diseases. The most deadly of which, malaria, causes an estimated 627,000 deaths annually. Conditions that affect livestock can also have a significant economic impact, for example trypanosomiasis accounts for losses in cattle production of up to 1.2 billion dollars a year. Download the press release: IFAH whitepaper launch Download IFAH's 2014 white paper, the growing threat...

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  • IFAH Press Release: Launch of white paper on vector-borne disease with the support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

    27/11/2014

    Brussels, 27 November 2015 - Vector-borne diseases (VBDs) currently account for 17% of the global burden of all infectious diseases. The most deadly of which, malaria, causes an estimated 627,000 deaths annually. Conditions that affect livestock can also have a significant economic impact, for example trypanosomiasis accounts for losses in cattle production of up to 1.2 billion dollars a year. Download the press release: IFAH whitepaper launch Download IFAH's 2014 white paper, the growing...

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  • Infographic: Challenges to tackling the growing threat of vector-borne diseases

    27/11/2014

    Challenges to tackling the growing threat of vector-borne diseases: to investigate the growing threat of vector-borne diseases (VBDs) and to offer a platform for debate, HealthforAnimals commissioned an industry-first white paper which has highlighted the following key challenges to tackling vector-borne diseases: Infographic vectorborne diseases Download our 2014 white paper, The growing threat of vector-borne disease in humans and animals Download our press release on the launch of the white...

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  • White Paper: The growing threat of vector-borne disease in humans and animals

    25/11/2014

    This white paper by Oxford Analytica was commissioned by IFAH with the support of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

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  • Infographic: How veterinary medicines are made

    24/10/2014

    Check out our new infographic on how veterinary medicines are made and brought to market!    

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  • IFAH reinforces call for transparency, monitoring and education on responsible use of antibiotics

    29/09/2014

    Amsterdam, 29 September 2014 - As global experts come together at the 3rd International Conference on Responsible Use of Antibiotics in Amsterdam, the International Federation for Animal Health (IFAH) reinforces its message of responsible use of antibiotics in both human and veterinary medicines. Download the PDF

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  • IFAH reinforces call for transparency, monitoring and education on responsible use of antibiotics

    29/09/2014

    Amsterdam, 29 September 2014 – As global experts come together at the 3rd International Conference on Responsible Use of Antibiotics in Amsterdam, the International Federation for Animal Health (IFAH) reinforces its message of responsible use of antibiotics in both human and veterinary medicines.

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  • IFAH calls for combined innovation strategies on World Rabies Day

    25/09/2014

    Brussels 27 September 2014 - On World Rabies Day 2014 (28 September 2014), the International Federation for Animal Health (IFAH) is calling for better coordination between goverments, regulators, healthcare providers and the public to tackle the multidimensional impacts of rabies by ensuring that everyone has access to innovations available for its prevention and control. Though well-controlled in Europe, rabies is still very much an immediate threat to human and animal populations in Africa and...

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  • IFAH calls for combined innovation strategies on World Rabies Day

    25/09/2014

    Brussels 27 September 2014 – On World Rabies Day 2014 (28 September 2014), the International Federation for Animal Health (IFAH) is calling for better coordination between goverments, regulators, healthcare providers and the public to tackle the multidimensional impacts of rabies by ensuring that everyone has access to innovations available for its prevention and control. Though well-controlled in Europe, rabies is still very much an immediate threat to human and animal populations in Africa...

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  • IFAH launches animation movie

    04/09/2014

    The International Federation of Animal Health (IFAH) has launched a new three minute animation to communicate its vision for a healthier world through an innovative, responsible and sustainable animal health sector. Download the PDF of the press statement here: Animation launch FINAL.Sept2014

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