Aquaculture is still the fastest growing food-producing sector in the world. The Asia and Pacific region has dominated global aquaculture production, both in quantity and value. However, disease is still the major threat to production. To guarantee transparency of the regional aquatic animal health situation, OIE Regional Representation for Asia and the Pacific (OIE RRAP) and Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific (NACA) jointly published the Regional Aquatic Animal Disease Report to provides information about the status of aquatic animal disease in the Asia-Pacific region.
Diseases included in this report are diseases notifiable to the OIE (including OIE listed disease and emerging disease) and non OIE-listed diseases which are considered to be of importance in the region. It is useful to know the epidemiology of diseases which occurred in each country or territory and to know the distribution of such diseases in the region.
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OIE/NACA Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report and the OIE Regional Aquatic Animal Disease Yearbook published by the Regional Representation
The dedicated page of the OIE Regional website where anyone can access the disease information by Members in chronological order