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31.07.20

This year's VACCINATE FOR AFRICA campaign in the sign of the World Food Day

In Africa and Asia alone, an incredible 770 million people suffer from hunger. | © Veterinarians without Borders

In Africa and Asia alone, an incredible 770 million people suffer from hunger. | © Veterinarians without Borders

The World Food Day should draw attention to the fact that millions of people worldwide are still suffering from hunger. The concern about whether the next meal will provide enough food for oneself and the family is unfortunately omnipresent for many people in developing countries, but it is hardly imaginable for people in developed countries given the food surplus there. The essential role food safety plays for the entire world has been highlighted by the massive impact of COVID-19 across the globe.

Read more about our project Global Food Fraud - Time for action

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17.09.20:

Veterinarians are rare in Africa and often unaffordable for small farmers or pastoralists. Therefore, Veterinarians without Borders has enabled young Maasai to be trained as veterinarians to ensure the health of farm animals on site. | © Veterinarians without Borders

The importance of veterinarians for food safety

Veterinarians play a key role in food safety. Not only are they the first persons to contact...

14.09.20:

People in developing countries are particularly vulnerable to food fraud. | © Veterinarians without Borders

Our work in the slums of African megacities

For the past few years, Veterinarians without Borders has been on track of global food fraud. In...

11.09.20:

FAO's 75th anniversary in view of global COVID-19 pandemic

This year, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) celebrates its 75th anniversary. With the...

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