Avian influenza in Bangladesh and India : report of the high-level consultation, 27-28 August 2008, Dhaka, Bangladesh
AbstractTo strengthen cooperation for combating avian and pandemic influenza a "High-level Consultation on Avian Influenza in Bangladesh and India" was held at Dhaka, Bangladesh on 27-28 August 2008. The situation in the Region and in both countries was presented at the consultation. The response strategies of Thailand and Indonesia with health care facility preparedness in Thailand were shared. A round table discussion was held on: Cross-border issues, 'Surveillance capacity and response', and Rapid containment at border areas. Joint recommendations were issued at the concluding session of the consultation.
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia. (2009). Avian influenza in Bangladesh and India : report of the high-level consultation, 27-28 August 2008, Dhaka, Bangladesh. WHO Regional Office for South-East Asia. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/204795
Gov't Doc #SEA-CD-181
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