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originated from wartime agency Malaria Control in War areas
CDC
Detect and investigate health problems
CDC
Develops/Advocates public health policy
Conducts research
CDC
works with states and other organizatoins to monitor and prevent disease outbreaks/bioterrorism
CDC
guards against international disease transmission with personell in 25 foreign countries
CDC
primary federal agency fo rconductina and supporting medical research
NIH
checks safety of:
human and vet drugs,
vaccines and bio products,
medical devices,
products emitting radiation,
food, cosmetics, diet supplements,
tobacco products
FDA
monitors safety of food additives and drugs given to animals
FDA's center for Veterinary Medicine
Regulates vaccines for animals
USDA-Animal and Plant health inspection service
Administers Animal Welfare Act
USDA APHIS

protects and promotes U.S. Agriculture health
USDA-APHIS
carries out wildlife damage management
USDA-APHIS
enforces humane care through inspections and education
USDA-APHIS Animal Care Unit
ensures safe development of genetically engineered orgaisms
USDA-APHIS Biotechnology Regulatory Service
provides international animal and plant health expertise to keep US ag safe and to promote US ag trade
USDA-APHIS International services and Trade Support Team
safeguards against the spread of pests and noxious weeds
USDA-APHIS Plant Protection and Quarantine
protects health, quality of US's animals/animal products and vet biologics by monitoring disease and animal health/productivity
USDA-APHIS Veterinary Services
resolve wildlife conflicts
USDA-APHIS Wildlife Services
chief scientfic reasearch agency of USDA-- finding solutions to agricultural problems
USDA--Agricultural Research Services
coordinating authority for health within the UN
World Health Organization
provides leadership where joint action is needed
WHO
shapes research agenda, translates and dissmeinates valuable knowledge
WHO
setting norms and standars including ethical and evidence based policy options
WHO
monitoring health situation and assessing health trends
WHO
international public health agency working to improve health ad living standars of the countries of the Americas
Pan American Health Organization
Regional office for the Americas of the WHO
Pan American Health Organization
leads international efforts to defeat hunger
Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN
helps developing countries modernize and improve agriculture, forestry, and fishing practices
Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN
neutral forum where all nations can meet as equals to negotiate agrements and debate policy
Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN
created to fight animal diseases at global level
World Organization for Animal Health (OIE)
ensure transparency in global animal disease situatio
World Organization for Animal Health (OIE)
each member reports the animal disease detected in their country

then this organization spreads that info
World Organization for Animal Health (OIE)
provides assistance with control/eradication programs for animal diseases
focuses on disease that causes livestock loss, is a public health risk, or threatens other member countries
World Organization for Animal Health (OIE)
publishes health standards for international trade of animals and animal products:
terrestrial animal health code
aquatic animal health code
World Organization for Animal Health (OIE)
provides infrastructure ad resource sto the vet services and laboratories in developing/transitioing countries
World Organization for Animal Health (OIE)
decrease risk to public health from animal products by eliminating dangers prior to slaughter and decreasing haszards related to processing animal products
World Organization for Animal Health (OIE)
leading authority on animal welfare issues
World Organization for Animal Health (OIE)