CAHFS has served as a collaborating center of the World Organisation for Animal Health since 2006, supporting the sustainable development of communities, countries, and regions around the topic of animal health and disease control.
CAHFS has released our 2019 annual report, sharing details on our projects, activities, and successes in the past year.
At the Center for Animal Health and Food Safety, we have refined an effective, culturally competent approach to partnering with foreign countries to empower their veterinary and animal health workforces in both the public and private sector. Our new educational initiative, ProgRESSVet-East Africa, is helping the next generation of veterinary service professionals to excel and contribute to national economic development through their daily work.
When a costly 2015 outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza ripped through the United States, Minnesota farmers found themselves at the forefront. Four years later, CAHFS has continued their commitment to helping the industry to better mitigate and understand avian influenza.
The world’s most pressing issues— increases in global population size, food insecurity, social inequality, and environmental deterioration—cannot be addressed through a single lens.
In a first of it's kind meeting, five global organizations have begun to plan strategies to bolster agricultural- and livestock-based economies in developing countries.