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OIE Photo Competition - How to participate
Description: Check the steps you need to follow to participate on the OIE Photo Competition 2017. Would you be this year's winner? Submit your photos now! www.oiephotocompetition.com Subscribe: www.youtube.com/user/OIEVideo Follow us at: Facebook: www.oie.int/facebook Twitter: www.oie.int/twitter LinkedIn: www.oie.int/linkedin Flickr: www.oie.int/flickr Official Web Site: www.oie.int
  01 Mar 2017   39s 1 46 0
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Who can participate in the OIE Photo Competition 2017
Description: The #OIEPhotoCompetition 2017 is open to the OIE Global Network, accredited veterinarians and veterinary students. Watch the video and find out more. Submit your photos and share with your network at www.oiephotocompetiton.com Subscribe: www.youtube.com/user/OIEVideo Follow us at: Facebook: www.oie.int/facebook Twitter: www.oie.int/twitter LinkedIn: www.oie.int/linkedin Flickr: www.oie.int/flickr Official Web Site: www.oie.int
  01 Mar 2017   52s 1 187 0
Dr Diop and Dr Soula talk about the fight against PPR
Description: During the last #OIEAfrica Regional Conference, Dr DIop, Secretary and Dr Soula, OIE representative of the FAO/OIE PPR Secretariat explain why and how the global fight against Peste des petits ruminants (PPR) is organised.
  24 Feb 2017   2m32s 4 110 0
Dr Anja Boshoff-de Witt, Manager Meat Standards. Meat Board of Namibia
Description: During her interview at the #OIEAfrica Conference, Dr Anja Boshoff-de Witt highlights the importance of aligning the Namibian meat industry to OIE Standards. Síguenos en: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WorldorganisationforanimalhealthOIE/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/OIEAnimalHealth LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/world-organisation-for-animal-health Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/oie-photos/albums Sitio web oficial: http://www.oie.int
  22 Feb 2017   1m54s 0 420 0
Dr Maseke, Chief Veterinary Officer of Namibia
Description: During the 22nd Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for Africa, Dr Masake highligts that it is time to share the success story of Namibia with the rest of Africa. Síguenos en: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WorldorganisationforanimalhealthOIE/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/OIEAnimalHealth LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/world-organisation-for-animal-health Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/oie-photos/albums Sitio web oficial: http://www.oie.int
  22 Feb 2017   57s 0 79 0
Dr Batawui, Président de la Commission régionale de l'OIE pour l'Afrique
Description: A l’ouverture de la 22e Conférence de la Commission régionale de l’OIE pour l’Afrique, le Dr Batawui décrit les objectifs attendus à l’issue de cette importante réunion.
  22 Feb 2017   1m8s 0 75 0
Dr Lina Awada, Service d'information et d'analyse de la santé animale mondiale
Description: Au cours de la 22e Conférence de la Commission régionale de l’OIE pour l’Afrique, la Dre Lina Awada (Siège de l'OIE), a parlé de la situation de la rage en Afrique et des 4 actions de lutte contre cette maladie. Plus d'informations sur la rage : www.oie.int/rage Suivez-nous sur: Facebook: www.oie.int/facebook Twitter: www.oie.int/twitter LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/world-organisation-for-animal-health Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/oie-photos/albums Site officiel: www.oie.int
  22 Feb 2017   47s 1 153 0
4th OIE Global Conference on Animal Welfare
Description: The 4th Global Conference on Animal Welfare was held in December 2017, in Guadalajara, Mexico. Conference website: www.oie.int/welfare-conf2016 This conference follows on from the work of previous Global conferences focusing on the development of strategies and tools for all sectors of animal industries to advance the implementation of OIE standards in all Member Countries. Experience tells us that to implement OIE animal welfare standards within diverse cultural, economic and religious contexts a variety of tools and strategies are needed as well as balanced relationships with committed partners both from the public and private sectors. These tools and strategies highlight both the shift occurring in animal welfare science towards animal-based measures and the development of the ‘One Welfare’ concept. By inviting the experience and knowledge of individuals from a wide range of industries, backgrounds and fields of expertise the OIE furthers the potential for substantial and lasting implementation of the OIE standards and the global improvement of animal welfare. This conference looked to promote awareness and implementation of both established and new OIE standards for animal welfare through the development of tools and strategies.
  08 Dec 2016   2m25s 3 814 0
ANIMAL WELFARE ASSESSMENT THROUGH SMARTPHONE APPLICATIONS: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Description: Présentation of Dr Elisabetta Canali, Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Milan, Italy, during the 4th OIE Global Conference on Animal Welfare, in Guadalajara, Mexico. Learn more here: http://www.oie.int/eng/animal-welfare-conf2016/introduction.html The European Animal Welfare Indicators Project (AWIN) addressed the development, integration and dissemination of animal-based welfare indicators, with an emphasis on pain assessment and pain recognition. In this framework, AWIN researchers developed practical and science-based welfare assessment protocols for sheep, goats, horses, donkeys and turkeys. With the aim to improve the efficiency of on-farm data collection, AWIN researchers, in collaboration with DAIA Intelligent Solutions S.L., developed dedicated smartphone applications (e.g. AWINHorse, AWINGoat, AWINSheep and IWatch Turkey), freely available at Google Play. The AWIN apps are specifically designed to guide the user step-by-step in the on-farm data collection and to provide an immediate and clear visual output on the welfare status of each assessed farm. Collected data can be stored on the device and, when needed, they can be easily converted in a CSV file, and then sent by email. The visual output (a bar chart) emphasises positive feedback on the welfare conditions of the animals, allowing the comparison with welfare data of a reference population or other groups of animals of the same farm. One of the objectives of the use of an immediate visual output is to start a dialogue with farmers on the welfare of their animals and the actions needed to improve it. However, there are still some important challenges to be addressed. First of all, to make the reference population more geographically representative, data collection must be undertaken on a larger scale and be more widely distributed. Secondly, even if minimal training is needed to use the apps, no individual or organisation can be considered capable of applying the protocol in a robust and reliable way without specific training on how to assess and score the welfare indicators. Finally, in order to increase animal welfare outcomes and enforce animal welfare policies throughout the world, a worldwide server is required to store and analyse the welfare data in a harmonised way.
  07 Dec 2016   14m28s 2 252 0
Public attitudes and the understanding of animal welfare standards
Description: Presentation of Dr Mara Miele "Public attitudes and the understanding of animal welfare standards: could One Welfare help?" during the 4th OIE Global Conference on Animal Welfare. Visit the conference Website here: www.oie.int/welfare-conf2016 Mara Miele is a professor in Human Geography, School of Geography and Planning, Cardiff University, Glamorgan Building, King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff CF10 3WA, Wales, United Kingdom. In this presentation Mara Miele talks about the public understanding of farm animal welfare and refers to recent trends in Europe and in other industrialised countries. She addresses three issues: - how animal welfare concerns are constantly linked in consumers’ mind to anxieties for human health and risks for the environment. After the experience of the BSE, FMD and other epidemics in the last decades, large scales, intensive systems of animal production have become the main source of these anxieties. - how a ‘market mechanism’ has emerged in Europe for addressing these consumers’ anxieties and improving the welfare of farm animals. She explains what are the limits of this approach: only certain aspects of animals’ life are communicated while others are actively concealed (e.g. slaughter); the current unevenness of monitoring and assessment methods for farm animal welfare; the lack of regulation about ‘animal friendliness’ claims on foods. This last point is very important since it allows food companies to suggest that the quality of life of farm animals is reflected in the quality of the food they buy (tasty foods are produced by happy animals) without the need to formally corroborate these claims with a standard of animal production that certify the ‘animal friendliness’ of the system adopted. - what are the opportunities emerging with the One Welfare approach. By mirroring One Health, with its emphasis on an interdisciplinary approach to safeguarding the wellbeing and health for people, animals and the environment, this concept is a great opportunity to fully engage with the concerns of the public.
  07 Dec 2016   20m40s 1 210 0
Dr Eloit, OIE DG, Opening Speech of the 4th OIE Global Conference of Animal Welfare
Description: The OIE is proud to present the 4th Global Conference on Animal Welfare in Guadalajara, Mexico. Visit the conference website: www.oie.int/welfare-conf2016 Follow the conference on Twitter and Facebook, #OIEwelfare2016 This conference will follow on from the work of previous Global conferences focusing on the development of strategies and tools for all sectors of animal industries to advance the implementation of OIE standards in all Member Countries. Experience tells us that to implement OIE animal welfare standards within diverse cultural, economic and religious contexts a variety of tools and strategies are needed as well as balanced relationships with committed partners both from the public and private sectors. These tools and strategies will highlight both the shift occurring in animal welfare science towards animal-based measures and the development of the ‘One Welfare’ concept. By inviting the experience and knowledge of individuals from a wide range of industries, backgrounds and fields of expertise we further the potential for substantial and lasting implementation of the OIE standards and the global improvement of animal welfare. This conference looks to promote awareness and implementation of both established and new OIE standards for animal welfare through the development of tools and strategies.
  06 Dec 2016   5m29s 2 311 0
Dr Monique Eloit at The 23rd Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for the Americas.
Description: The 23rd Conference of the OIE Regional Commission for the Americas was celebrated in Bolivia last week. During which Dr Monique Eloit underlined the fact that the region of the Americas was one of the world's leading regions in terms of animal production.
  28 Nov 2016   55s 0 28 0