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Information on aquatic and terrestrial animal diseases

This portal gives easy access to resources and information on both terrestrial and aquatic animal diseases:

  • The 117 OIE-Listed diseases (criteria for including diseases in the OIE-list are detailed in the OIE Terrestrial and Aquatic Codes)
  • Several emerging diseases and additional important diseases (which are not listed by the OIE)
  • More than 50 wildlife diseases which may have a serious impact on livestock health and public health and can adversely affect wildlife conservation. For more information on these diseases consul the WAHIS-Wild interface.

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Alphabetic order Type of animal

No* : OIE-Listed diseases
* : Not an OIE-listed disease
** : Wild animal diseases that are not OIE-listed diseases, but can be notified through WAHIS-Wild

Terrestrial
animals
Multiple species
Bovine
Sheep and goats
Equine
Swine
Avian
Lagomorph
Bees
Other diseases
Wild animals
Aquatic animals
Fish
Crustaceans
Molluscs
Amphibians


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GLOBAL STRATEGIES FOR THE CONTROL AND/OR ERADICATION OF ANIMAL DISEASES:

For reasons linked to animal and human health, controlling animal diseases is one of the OIE’s key objectives. Additional objectives are to preserve the subsistence of certain populations, to reduce poverty, and to support the economy and protect international trade.

The eradication of Rinderpest in 2011, the first animal disease eradicated from the globe, remains an example which has served as a basis for certain strategies currently undertaken by the OIE and its partners.


FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE

PESTE DES PETITS RUMINANTS

RABIES


POST-ERADICATION PHASE OF RINDERPEST




For further information, consult the following:



OIE
international
Standards



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