Sustainable aquaculture and aquatic resources management

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report Q4 2000

Published: 20/11/2000 | 1728 views
The Quarterly aquatic animal disease (QAAD) reporting system for the Asia-Pacific region developed and implemented jointly by NACA/FAO/OIE, is one of the key activities of NACA?s regional aquatic animal health management program. The goal of regional disease reporting is to reduce the economic impact of aquatic animal diseases and minimize the risk of regional and international spread of pathogens. Systematic and transparent regional disease reporting will assist to reduce risks of aquatic animal diseases and promote responsible trade. The benefits of disease reporting for a participating country are many. Participating countries stand to benefit in terms of international trade. Because of their commitment to regional disease reporting, they also attract international support to strengthen their national capabilities in aquatic animal health management. 286 kb.

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report Q3 2000

Published: 25/9/2000 | 1407 views
The quarterly aquatic animal disease (QAAD) reporting system has over the years provided a useful mechanism for aquatic animal disease information sharing amongst 21 participating governments in the Asia-Pacific region. The Asia Regional Advisory Group has time and again recognized the value of regional reporting system and strongly recommended its continuation. The QAAD reporting system in the Asia-Pacific region is being implemented as a joint activity between NACA, FAO and OIE Regional Representation ( Tokyo) since the second quarter of 1998. In this issue -36th in the series-the foreword, provides information on regional mechanisms for recognizing emerging diseases in the Asia-Pacific .

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report Q2 2000

Published: 25/9/2000 | 1357 views
The quarterly aquatic animal disease (QAAD) reporting system has over the years provided a useful mechanism for aquatic animal disease information sharing amongst 21 participating governments in the Asia-Pacific region. The Asia Regional Advisory Group has time and again recognized the value of regional reporting system and strongly recommended its continuation. The QAAD reporting system in the Asia-Pacific region is being implemented as a joint activity between NACA, FAO and OIE Regional Representation ( Tokyo) since the second quarter of 1998. In this issue -36th in the series-the foreword, provides information on regional mechanisms for recognizing emerging diseases in the Asia-Pacific .

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report Q1 2000

Published: 25/9/2000 | 1442 views
The quarterly aquatic animal disease (QAAD) reporting system has over the years provided a useful mechanism for aquatic animal disease information sharing amongst 21 participating governments in the Asia-Pacific region. The Asia Regional Advisory Group has time and again recognized the value of regional reporting system and strongly recommended its continuation. The QAAD reporting system in the Asia-Pacific region is being implemented as a joint activity between NACA, FAO and OIE Regional Representation ( Tokyo) since the second quarter of 1998. In this issue -36th in the series-the foreword, provides information on regional mechanisms for recognizing emerging diseases in the Asia-Pacific .

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report Q4 1999

Published: 20/11/1999 | 1957 views
The Quarterly aquatic animal disease (QAAD) reporting system for the Asia-Pacific region developed and implemented jointly by NACA/FAO/OIE, is one of the key activities of NACA?s regional aquatic animal health management program. The goal of regional disease reporting is to reduce the economic impact of aquatic animal diseases and minimize the risk of regional and international spread of pathogens. Systematic and transparent regional disease reporting will assist to reduce risks of aquatic animal diseases and promote responsible trade. The benefits of disease reporting for a participating country are many. Participating countries stand to benefit in terms of international trade. Because of their commitment to regional disease reporting, they also attract international support to strengthen their national capabilities in aquatic animal health management. 396 KB

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report Q2 1999

Published: 20/9/1999 | 1460 views
The quarterly aquatic animal disease (QAAD) reporting system has over the years provided a useful mechanism for aquatic animal disease information sharing amongst 21 participating governments in the Asia-Pacific region. The Asia Regional Advisory Group has time and again recognized the value of regional reporting system and strongly recommended its continuation. The QAAD reporting system in the Asia-Pacific region is being implemented as a joint activity between NACA, FAO and OIE Regional Representation ( Tokyo) since the second quarter of 1998. In this issue -36th in the series-the foreword, provides information on regional mechanisms for recognizing emerging diseases in the Asia-Pacific .

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report Q3 1999

Published: 20/9/1999 | 1485 views
The quarterly aquatic animal disease (QAAD) reporting system has over the years provided a useful mechanism for aquatic animal disease information sharing amongst 21 participating governments in the Asia-Pacific region. The Asia Regional Advisory Group has time and again recognized the value of regional reporting system and strongly recommended its continuation. The QAAD reporting system in the Asia-Pacific region is being implemented as a joint activity between NACA, FAO and OIE Regional Representation ( Tokyo) since the second quarter of 1998. In this issue -36th in the series-the foreword, provides information on regional mechanisms for recognizing emerging diseases in the Asia-Pacific .

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report Q1 1999

Published: 20/9/1999 | 1491 views
The quarterly aquatic animal disease (QAAD) reporting system has over the years provided a useful mechanism for aquatic animal disease information sharing amongst 21 participating governments in the Asia-Pacific region. The Asia Regional Advisory Group has time and again recognized the value of regional reporting system and strongly recommended its continuation. The QAAD reporting system in the Asia-Pacific region is being implemented as a joint activity between NACA, FAO and OIE Regional Representation ( Tokyo) since the second quarter of 1998. In this issue -36th in the series-the foreword, provides information on regional mechanisms for recognizing emerging diseases in the Asia-Pacific .

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report Q3 1998

Published: 16/8/1998 | 1524 views
The Quarterly aquatic animal disease (QAAD) reporting system for the Asia-Pacific region developed and implemented jointly by NACA/FAO/OIE, is one of the key activities of NACA?s regional aquatic animal health management program. The goal of regional disease reporting is to reduce the economic impact of aquatic animal diseases and minimize the risk of regional and international spread of pathogens. Systematic and transparent regional disease reporting will assist to reduce risks of aquatic animal diseases and promote responsible trade. The benefits of disease reporting for a participating country are many. Participating countries stand to benefit in terms of international trade. Because of their commitment to regional disease reporting, they also attract international support to strengthen their national capabilities in aquatic animal health management.

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report Q4 1998

Published: 15/8/1998 | 1501 views
The Quarterly aquatic animal disease (QAAD) reporting system for the Asia-Pacific region developed and implemented jointly by NACA/FAO/OIE, is one of the key activities of NACA?s regional aquatic animal health management program. The goal of regional disease reporting is to reduce the economic impact of aquatic animal diseases and minimize the risk of regional and international spread of pathogens. Systematic and transparent regional disease reporting will assist to reduce risks of aquatic animal diseases and promote responsible trade. The benefits of disease reporting for a participating country are many. Participating countries stand to benefit in terms of international trade. Because of their commitment to regional disease reporting, they also attract international support to strengthen their national capabilities in aquatic animal health management.

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