Prevention and control of animal diseases worldwide

In October 2007, the results of three OIE economic studies, co-financed by the World Bank, on the prevention and control of animal diseases worldwide were presented at an International Conference on Global Animal Health, co-organised by the World Bank and the OIE

The studies –conducted by a consortium led by Civic Consulting – dealt with the following issues:

Part I. Economic analysis – Prevention versus outbreak costs
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Part II: Feasibility study – A global fund for emergency response in developing countries
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Part III: Pre-feasibility study – Supporting insurance of disease losses
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