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STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY SIRIUS GLOBAL ANIMAL ORGANISATION CHARITABLE TRUST
Sirius Global Animal Organisation Charitable Trust represents countless supporters globally, as was proved by the 4.75 million signatories to a petition calling for dogs to be classified as unsuitable for human consumption presented to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in 2001. (...) Dogs are unique animals and it is indeed a fundamental human right to expect that they are not used in the human food chain. (...) It is seldom eaten through necessity but as a luxury item. Promoting it as food for the poor would be unconscionable.
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Score: 1267374.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=E/2012/NGO/108&Lang=E
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The ICCDE is concerned that Dracunculus medinensis infection is occurring in dogs and other animals in association with human cases, particularly in Chad and Ethiopia. (...) Initiate focused research to define the role of dogs (particularly in Chad) and understand the unique epidemiology through new technologies such as GPS tracking of dogs and stable isotope analysis of food sources to verify whether aquatic animals are a source of infection in Chad. Maintain and enhance measures to identify infected dogs-reward for reporting infections and promote the tethering of dogs to prevent contamination of water bodies.    
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Score: 1267080.7 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...-of-dracunculiasis-eradication
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Select language Select language English TiếngViệt Western Pacific Viet Nam Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Viet Nam’s animal and human health sectors unite #TogetherAgainstRabies Viet Nam’s animal and human health sectors unite #TogetherAgainstRabies 25 September 2014 News release Hanoi, Viet Nam - Select language - Tiếng Việt FAO/Ki Jung Min On World Rabies Day – 28 September – the Ministry of Health of Viet Nam, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and the World Health Organization (WHO) unite to eliminate rabies in Viet Nam. (...) Eliminating the disease by vaccinating dogs protects them and stops transmission to people. (...) Too often, fear of rabies turns people against dogs, but when dogs are vaccinated, it stops the disease at its source, prevents human exposure and death and contributes to elimination.
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Score: 1265716.8 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/ne...rs-unite-togetheragainstrabies
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Slide 1 Keith Hamilton (OIE) Head, Preparedness and Resilience Department COVID-19 World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) actions 24 June 2020 Timeline: OIE response to COVID-19 January OIE informal advisory group (sharing latest science and providing technical advice on implications of COVID-19 at human-animal interface) February Contribution to WHO R&D roadmap (animal source and mitigating risk of spill over events) Q&A first published (messages on trade) First reports to the OIE of animals infected with SARS-CoV-2 as an ‘emerging disease’ in animals Initiated an incident response mechanism (internal and external coordination) March Initiated concept for work program mitigating risk of spillover events (including risk-based standards and guidelines for wildlife trade) Guidance on Veterinary Laboratory Support to the Public Health Response for COVID-19 OIE Ad Hoc Group on COVID-19 and trade April Statement of the OIE Wildlife Working Group (‘Wildlife Trade and Emerging Zoonotic Diseases’) May Considerations for sampling, testing, and reporting of SARS-CoV-2 in animals Considerations on the application of sanitary measures for international trade related to COVID-19 OIE Technical Factsheet on SARS-CoV-2 infection in animals June Survey Member Countries – emerging disease/wildlife Special edition of OIE Bulletin Planning After Action Review of OIE’s response SARS-CoV-2 reports (field findings) to the OIE by Members 3 February China Investigations – negative findings (multiple species) March Hong Kong Belgium Dogs Cat April USA Cat, tiger, lion, dog May Netherland France Spain Germany Russia 15 mink farms Cats Cats Cats Cat Cat June Denmark Mink farm Results of experimental (and field) animal infections with SARS-CoV-2 4 Source: not known but probably wild animals The Pandemic: sustained by human to human transmission Animals: several species susceptible, infections reported (but not in ‘food producing animals’) Implications of COVID-19 for animal health Human to animal infection (predominantly) or animal to animal (mink farms) Establishment of new animal reservoirs Impact of inappropriate measures on welfare and biodiversity Implications of animal infections for public health Close contact with infected companion animals or farmed mink Establishment of new reservoirs Reintroduction from original reservoir Key messages 5  facilitate safe international movement of live animals and animal products (accordance OIE Terrestrial Animal Health Code)  introduce no COVID-19-related sanitary measures unless and until these have been shown necessary to protect human or animal health, are scientifically justified by a risk analysis, and are fully in line with relevant International Standards  continue implementing OIE standards under WTO SPS principles, and (where possible) apply administrative flexibility to minimize the impact that this pandemic may have on procedural aspects of trade e.g. allowing electronic certification, making allowances Recommendations of OIE ad hoc group on safe trade in animals and animal products 6  While the pandemic is spreading by human to human transmission, some animals have been shown to be susceptible.  Disruptions to meat processing plants, food supply chains and food security have had serious impacts in many countries.  The role of wet markets in disease emergence and spill-over events requires closer examination and action to protect welfare and biodiversity.  Concerted, collaborative action between sectors at all levels is needed to combat COVID-19 and prevent future pandemics.
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Score: 1250505.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...d_session_24620_e/hamilton.pdf
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Ukraine: After 100 days of war, Guterres calls for end to violence, as UN works to free up vital food and fertilizer exports As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine entered its 100th day on Friday, António Guterres marked the grim milestone with a renewed call for an immediate end to the violence, while the United Nations kept up its push to secure food and fertilizer exports from the war-torn region to the wider world, amid rising levels of food insecurity. The post Ukraine: After 100 days of war, Guterres calls for end to violence, as UN works to free up vital food and fertilizer exports appeared first on UN News. Zero waste: The Portuguese business turning leftover fish into dog treats There’s no doubt that food loss and waste, has been undermining the sustainability of our food systems. 
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Score: 1236834.8 - https://news.un.org/pages/feed/
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During the preparation of background documents and at expert meetings, careful consideration was given to information available in previous risk assessments carried out by the International Programme on Chemical Safety, in its Environmental Health Criteria monographs and Concise International Chemical Assessment Documents, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, the Joint FAO/WHO Meeting on Pesticide Residues and the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (which evaluates contaminants such as lead, cadmium, nitrate and nitrite, in addition to food additives). (...) REFERENCES FAO/WHO (1999) Pesticide residues in food — 1999. Report of the Joint Meeting of the FAO Panel of Experts on Pesticide Residues in Food and the Environment and the WHO Core Assessment Group (FAO Plant Production and Protection Paper 153). FAO/WHO (2000) Pesticide residues in food — 1999 evaluations. Part II — Toxicological.
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Score: 1236440.6 - https://www.who.int/water_sani...ls/pyriproxyfen-background.pdf
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Western Pacific Singapore Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / News releases News releases News from Singapore, Brunei Darussalam and Malaysia « News from WHO Western Pacific « News from WHO 4 July 2013 News release World unites to halt death and injury on roads 2 July 2013 News release World’s food standard body praised as safety net for consumers 30 June 2013 News release WHO issues new HIV recommendations calling for earlier treatment 26 June 2013 Departmental news Dog rabies vaccine bank in KwaZulu-Natal to accelerate mass immunization of dogs 20 June 2013 News release Violence against women: a ‘global health problem of epidemic proportions’ 17 June 2013 Departmental news High-level mission reiterates need for enhanced dracunculiasis surveillance and case-containment in Ethiopia’s Gambela region 14 June 2013 Departmental news Finland leads the way in taking health into all policies 14 June 2013 Departmental news WHO interim guidance launched on the use of bedaquiline to treat MDR-TB « 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 (current) 379 380 » Quick links Newsroom Head of WHO Office Regional links Data Publications Campaigns Careers Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 1228383.4 - https://www.who.int/singapore/news/releases/378
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FIELD REPORT ON ANGOLA : PRESENTATION / PREPARED BY THE UNITED NATIONS MINE ACTION SERVICE (UNMAS)
The following are examples of recent incidents: • A truck of the World Food Programme drove on a MOTAPM in the central highlands. The driver was severely injured. Food delivery for the whole region had to be suspended (...) • Near Xamuteba, a Volvo truck carrying food drove on a MOTAPM. The road had been used before by other trucks, even though it had not been cleared
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In Pakistan As streets emptied and restaurants closed across Pakistan, 13 year old Huzair Awan, realised the country’s street dogs had been left without access to food. He collaborated with UNICEF and his dog Charlie to talk about the situation and urge young people to show kindness and if they could, feed stray dogs leftover food. (...) “I want to help people who don’t have food to eat. How can we help them?” These are some of the big questions the children of Sri Lanka had for the Prime Minister H E Mahinda Rajapaksa.
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Score: 1208438.9 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/st...changing-world-during-covid-19
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Prevention of human rabies is possible through mass dog vaccination, promotion of responsible dog ownership and dog population control programmes with a partnership approach. (...) WHO recommends dog immunization campaigns that achieve at least 70% coverage combined with humane dog population management. (...) Messages for the public Do not ignore any dog bite/scratches/licks as dog bite is the primary source of human rabies in India.
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Score: 1206582.8 - https://www.who.int/india/news...-07-2017-world-rabies-day-2013
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