The resolution sets a number of health and veterinary requirements to allow the Spanish cows into the UAE markets, including a government-approved certificate stating that the exporting country would meet the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) conditions.
What does WOAH stand for?
WOAH stands for World Organisation for Animal Health
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- Workers' Organizations and Activists Coordination Council (Iran)
- Welsh Office Agriculture Department (UK)
- Without A Doubt
- Worldwide Offshore Accident Databank
- Woodford Operatic and Dramatic Society (est. 1924; UK)
- Wireless Open Air Festival (The Netherlands)
- Welsh Overseas Agencies Group
- Welsh Overseas Aid Group
- Willow Oak Assembly of God (Mulberry, FL)
- Women of Achievement and Herstory (newsletter)
- Women on A Mission to Earn Commission
- Western Open Air Range(s)
- Women Organized Against Rape (Philadelphia, PA)
- Whilst on Active Service
- World Organisation Against Torture (Geneva, Switzerland; also seen as OMCT)
- Worst of All Time
- Women Organizing Activities for Women (Canada)
- Want of Bee
- Waste Of Bandwidth (slang)
- Waste of Breath
Samples in periodicals archive:
Jumaa bin Ahmed Al-Kaabi and World Organisation for Animal Health, Organisation (OIE) Middle East regional office director-general also addressed the event.
091593 Ilaria Capua and Giovanni Cattoli Author affiliations: World Organisation for Animal Health, United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, and National Reference Laboratory for Newcastle Disease and Avian Influenza, Legnaro, Italy; and World Organisation for Animal Health Collaborating Centre for Diseases at the Human Animal Interface, Legnaro Address for correspondence: Ilaria Capua, Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie, Viale dell'Universita 10, 35020 Legnaro, Padova, Italy; email: icapua@ izsvenezie.
January 19 2010 -- The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) has said an outbreak of Aujeszky's disease in Germany should not impact trade for pork and pork products.
Compiled by experts at WHO, the World Organisation for Animal Health and the Food and Agricultural Organization of the UN, this report expands upon the pioneering research of Max Sterne to provide a detailed explanation of the etiology and ecology of the disease, its transmission in animals and humans, pathogenesis and pathology, bacteriology, treatment and prophylaxis and ultimately its control.