The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has asked SLU (The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences) to lead the way in developing a manual on prudent use of antibiotics in...
Antimicrobials have become one of the most misused medicines. As a result, pathogenic bacteria that cause infectious diseases have started to adapt and have become resistant.
Hand on your heart: Is animal health one of your main considerations when you think about international development cooperation or food security?
How do we reconcile our nutritional needs and our taste for animal-based foods with environmental sustainability?
Presentation by Professor Ulf Magnusson, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, on the 19th January 2017 at the SIANI Annual Meeting 2017.
Rural transformation and AMR: Sustainable livestock production and low use of antimicrobials. Presentation by Professor Ulf Magnusson, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, on the 19th...
Antimicrobial resistance in the livestock sector is an emerging global threat associated with extensive non-rational use of antimicrobials.
Policy recommendations provided by the World Committee on Food Security (CFS) are not legally binding; implementation is up to country members. But let’s skip the talks about why this should be done at all and imagine that all politicians agreed to actively take the CFS recommendations forward.
Presented by Joakim Larsson at the Seminar "Antimicrobial resistance; linkages between humans, livestock and water in periurban areas", as part of the World Water Week, 29th August 2016.
Dr. Juan Lubroth, Chief of Animal Health Service and Chief Veterinary Officer of FAO on their global action plan on antimicrobial resistance. Part of the seminar "Antimicrobial resistance;...