Enhancing Emergency Management in Canada’s Livestock & Poultry Industry

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This four-year Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada AgriAssurance funded project builds on the momentum of AHEM I and is focussed on minimizing serious animal disease impact through enhanced industry awareness, capacity, confidence.

Our project at a glance

Partnerships

AHEM is sparking significant collaboration with federal government organizations (AAFC, CFIA), provincial government departments of agriculture and as well provincial commodity groups across Canada.

Relevance

This project aligns with several national strategic initiatives, including the Livestock Market Interruption Strategy (LMIS) led by AAFC, and the Plant and Animal Health Strategy (PAHS) facilitated by CFIA.

Not only will AHEM help bring key stakeholders together, it will strengthen the livestock industry as a whole by equipping associations and producers with new knowledge and resources and create an opportunity for sharing of experiences and learnings from others.

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail”  Benjamin Franklin

Connect

Interested in learning more about the Animal Health Emergency Management project or getting involved? Please contact:

Mikki Shatosky
403-870-8784
or
Matt Taylor
403-607-1080

Or use the contact form below.