IFAH annual report 2010
IFAH has produced the 2010 report on the theme “Healthy animals, healthier world”, featuring the achievements of IFAH and its members across the world as well as guest statements from key stakeholders such as the OIE, WVA, Codex Alimentarius, SSAFE and GALVmed.
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IFAH annual report 2009
Caring for animals, Protecting animal and human health, Supporting global food production
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IFAH annual report 2008
Promoting a positive environment for veterinary medicines
Veterinary medicines play a vital role, not only in the preservation of animal health and welfare standards across the globe, but also to the supply of safe, nutritious food and the protection of public health. IFAH is immensely proud of the huge advances its members have helped to achieve in these fields, and is excited by the potential that their current research efforts promise to unlock.
But the federation is increasingly concerned at approaches to the regulation of animal health products, which threaten to smother innovation under a...
IFAH annual report 2007
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Kristin Peck Selected to Lead HealthforAnimals Global Animal Health Association as New President
14 March 2022 – Last week, Kristin Peck, Chief Executive Officer of Zoetis, was selected by her peers in the Animal Health sector to serve a two-year term as President of HealthforAnimals. HealthforAnimals’ Members represent approximately 90% of the global market for veterinary pharmaceuticals, vaccines, diagnostics and other animal health products worldwide.
Ms. Peck was unanimously selected by her fellow CEOs on the Board of Directors and Animal Health representatives from across the world in the Association’s General Assembly. She...
Animal health companies ahead of schedule in delivering on 25 target commitments to help address antibiotic resistance
First progress report finds the animal health sector developed 49 new vaccines and helped train 650,000 veterinarians as part of a plan to help reduce the need for antibiotics.
Thursday, November 18, 2021, BRUSSELS – Animal health companies have invested billions in veterinary research and delivered 49 new vaccines in the past two years as part of an industry-wide strategy to help reduce the need for antibiotics, the latest progress report shows.
Developing 100 new vaccines by 2025 was one of 25 commitments made by the world’s largest...