Please wait while loading your Bulletin

The official Activities & ProgrammesThe challenges of digitalisation and animal health global approach to address the 2030 agenda

Activities & Programmes Posted on 2019-11-13 13:58:44

The challenges of digitalisation and animal health global approach to address the 2030 agenda

Rome, Italy, 12–13 June 2019

Font size - A A A +

During the FAO Seminar on ‘Digital Agriculture Transformation: The challenges to be addressed’, which was held in Rome from 12 to 13 June 2019, Dr Jean-Philippe Dop, Deputy Director-General for Institutional Affairs and Regional Activities at the OIE, gave a presentation on The challenges of digitalisation and animal health global approach to address the 2030 agenda.

This seminar was also the occasion to begin the preparatory work for the Digital Council for Food and Agriculture, the creation of which was called for by 74 ministers who met at the Berlin GFFA in 2019. The OIE will actively contribute to the work of this council, which will work under the aegis of the FAO. The official launch will take place at GFFA 2020 on 16 January 2020.

JPD
Dr Jean-Philippe Dop, Deputy Director General, OIE. © FAO/Pier Paolo Cito

FAO seminar website

Digital technologies in agriculture and rural areas: FAO status report

Related informations to article

  • GF–TADs FMD Working Group meets to review progress on implementation of its work plan

    Paris, France, 8–9 July 2019
  • Governance activities of the EBO–SURSY project

    The programme aims to strengthen early detection systems in wildlife in West and Central Africa to better prevent outbreaks of viral haemorrhagic diseases...
  • Establishment of an OIE Sub-Regional Representation in Abu Dhabi