FAVA extend our heartfelt congratulate to Myanmar Veterinary Association (MVA), Dr. Aung Gyi, President of MVA was the winner of the World Veterinary Day Award 2011 from OIE Director General, Dr. B. Vallet and Dr. Tjeerd Jorna, the WVA President in the Closing ceremony of 30th WVC, on 14th October 2011. The theme of this year was “One World, One Health”.
The 5th Asian Society of Veterinary Pathology (ASVP) meeting will be conducted as a Joint Meeting with the 10th Scientific Symposium of The Indonesia Society of Veterinary Pathology (ISVP) 2011 and will be held on November 22nd – 24th, 2011 at IPB International Convention Center, Bogor – Indonesia.
Under the theme of : “The role of veterinary pathology in animal health for improving eco-health”
Dr. Achariya Sailasuta FAVA Secretary General and TVMA president, participated the International Seminar and 2nd SEAVSA Congress , during 20-24 June 2011 hosted by Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Air langga, Surabaya, Indonesia. In the meeting, FAVA presented the lecture entitled Harmonization on the Veterinary Education on Food Safety and Security to FAVA Strategy plan 2010-2015, the meeting was a successfully one and benefit to the Veterinary Education in South East Asia Region.
FAVA participate the WCVE2011
May 13-15, 2011 Lyon, Franc
To: FAVA Member Associations;
It is a great pleasure for FAVA to invite the FAVA council representatives on attending the 37th FAVA Council meeting 2015 hosted by Mongolian Veterinary Medical Association, MVMA, which will be held on the 24-26 September, 2015, in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
We sincerely hope that you will accept our invitation and be able to participate actively in the forthcoming FAVA council meeting (see the attachment). Further information and accommodation kindly contact, Dr. Ulziitogtokh Tsedev, President of MVMA, email: email@example.com and FAVA secretariat, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks in advance and see you soon in Mongolia this September.
Dr. Achariya Sailasuta
Secretary General, FAVA
18th Federation of Asian Veterinary Associations Congress
28–30 November 2014 Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
A new feature in the Aust Vet J
This is the first issue of a new initiative for the Australian Veterinary Journal to include highlights of abstracts of papers from local and international conferences. The first conference to be profiled is the 18th Federation of Asian Veterinary Associations Congress (FAVA) which was held in November 2014. Hosted by the Singapore Veterinary Association, it attracted veterinarians from over 28 countries. The congress theme The Rise of the Asian Veterinary Profession offered delegates the opportunity to have access to quality education, including major plenaries, and streams on small animal medicine, dentistry, as well as animal welfare and disaster management. FAVA’s vision is to be recognised by the public as the unified professional association serving the veterinary community and needs of the region. Its mission is to enhance the quality of life of the people in the region through the promotion of responsible animal care and welfare by a unified professional association. One of their prime objective is to foster closer relationships and understanding among Asian veterinarians and veterinary associations. As well as the AVA, its current membership includes the veterinary associations of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korean, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, New, Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. The inclusion of selected abstracts from this meeting aims to raise the profile and to increase the awareness of FAVA and its roles, for FAVA members.
For full details of the sessions and the papers, see http://fava2014.com/scientific-information/speakers-presentations/
- Congress Host
- 1st PVMA
- 2nd JVMA
- 3 rd KVMA
- 4 th CSVS
- 5 th AVSM*
- 6 th IVA
- 7 th TVMA
- 8 th PVMA
- 9 th JVMA
- 10 th AVA
- 11 st TwVMA
- 12 nd AVSM*
- 13 rd KVNA
- 14 th NZVA
- 15 th TVMA
- 16 th PVMA
- 17 th TwVMA
- 18 th SVA
- Kuala Lumpur
- Kuala Lumpur
* Now Veterinary Association of Malaysia (VAM)
** The Congress was held at the same time as the 25th World Veterinary Congress
“Policy lecture on the FAVA strategy on ASEAN Livestock and special interest on shrimp pathology” by Dr. Achariya Sailasuta, FAVA Secretary General and Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
“Scientific lecture on the poultry medicine and pathology” by Dr. Bambang Pontjo, Preosoeryanto (Tentative)
” Scientific lecture on the aquatic disease” by Dr. Channarong Rodkhum, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand