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Protecting Africa's Lifeblood - Controlling Animal Disease in Cameroon
18 September 2012 | Livestock are the lifeblood of African society, providing financial and food security for around 300 million people. However, it's estimated that 25% of animals die annually from preventable diseases. In countries such as Cameroon, nuclear and nuclear-related technologies are playing an essential role in maintaining animal health and protecting vulnerable communities from outbreaks of disease. More →

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Senegal's Tsetse Free Zone,

The campaign to eradicate the tsetse fly in Senegal could produce results within the near future. The results from the on-going campaign in the Niayes area near capital Dakar suggests the fly can be successfully eradicated, 30 April 2014:

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Small Bite, Big Threat,

Mosquitos can carry diseases and sometimes one bite is enough to make a person sick. With the help of the Sterile Insect Technique (SIT) the IAEA is working hard to control mosquito numbers in their Member States, 7 April 2014:

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Eliminating Pests with SIT,

The Sterile Insect Technique (SIT) is used to control and eradicate pests. The IAEA provides Member States through its field projects with the techniques and infrastructure needed to run the programme, 20 March 2014:

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Interview with Gerrit Viljoen,

Head, Animal Production and Health Section, Joint FAO/IAEA Division, 4 June 2009:

FAO/IAEA Symposium on Sustainable Improvement of Animal Production and Health:

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Animal Health:

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Animal Production:

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Interview with David Nabarro,

UN System Coordinator for Influenza and Global Food Security, 4 June 2009:

Link Between Animal Health and Human Health:

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Humanity Will Need More Food:

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Work of FAO/IAEA Joint Division:

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World Food Crisis:

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IAEA Rinderpest Freedom Celebration - Interview with Ann Tutwiler, 22 September 2011:

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IAEA Rinderpest Freedom Celebration - Interview with Margaret Kamar, 20 September 2011:

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Rinderpest No More - Interview with Adama Diallo, (in French),
20 September 2011:

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Rinderpest No More - Interview with Hermann Unger, 20 September 2011:

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Livestock Productivity Project in Honduras, 4 June 2009:

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Tsetse Fly Genome Breakthrough: FAO and IAEA Crack Code

9 May 2014 | With the recent breakthrough in cracking the genome of the tsetse fly species Glossina morsitans, another milestone has been achieved in helping to solve a problem that has had horrendous ramifications for the African region. Read More →

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