Containing the Spread of African Swine Fever, Meet Elenoa Salele, Animal Health and Production (AH&P) Technician, LRD
The African Swine Fever (ASF) is crippling Papua New Guinea’s multi-million dollar pork industry after it was discovered in the Southern Highland Province of Mendi Munihu on 26 March this year. The virus was suspected when 336 pigs died in February.
Pacific countries strengthen border monitoring in response to African Swine Fever threat
31 March 2020 Papua New Guinea recently announced that its multi-million pork industry is now under threat after African Swine Fever (ASF) was discovered in Mendi, in the Southern Highlands Province. It is believed that the disease was transported…
How to protect the Pacific region from transboundary animal disease
Boost for animal disease surveillance in Tonga
Animal health and production officers from Tonga’s Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and Food are now better equipped to facilitate training with field staff on animal disease surveillance.
Improved communications addressed in Vanuatu Livestock Disease Emergency Response Plan
The Vanuatu Animal Disease Emergency Response Plan has been refined and updated to improve the communication and dissemination of information during emergencies. This follows the conclusion of a workshop late last month involving participants from the…