Food Safety and Security from Animal Origin: Strengthening the Network for Sustainability
2-20 August 2021


Food security is a major global health concern which has been prioritized as an agenda of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals by the United Nations. Several factors, such as climate change, poverty, land use and population growth, affect the food production chain in many aspects. Food, in particular livestock products, is a simple nutritious protein source for people in all ages. In consequences, safety and quality food products are critical concerns in the production chain. Veterinary Public Health and Food Safety Centre for Asia Pacific (VPHCAP), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Chiang Mai University, Thailand will organize this international online training course on “Food Safety and Security from Animal Origin: Strengthening the Network for Sustainability. The ultimate goal for this course is to build an understanding of the production chain of animal origin food and its safety control in the food security constraint.

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There were 90 participants from 29 countries around the world register to the course. Among those, 38 participants were qualified and attended the training. This training is supported by Thailand International Cooperation Agency (TICA). We would like to express our gratitude to our sponsor (TICA), invited instuctors, and our attendees for making this wonderful training happended.

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