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Posted on 2020-01-14 16:06:27
The OIE public–private partnership initiative: interest and possible routes for dissemination
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So far, the EuFMD has provided training to more than 10,000 veterinarians through its e-learning platform. The Executive Secretary of EuFMD believes that tutored courses on PPP application at the national level would be in high demand and highly relevant to students.
There is a need to share experience in PPP application and a programme of webinars, podcasts and other media could help to communicate the benefits of PPPs, as well as the issues that we need to address. Through this, a community of practice may quickly emerge to help guide and support those getting started in PPPs.
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