Report, Technical

Resolution 28: Strategic Challenges in the Global Control of High Pathogenicity Avian Influenza

Through a thorough scientific assessment and extensive engagement with key stakeholders in avian influenza, Resolution 28 was developed, integrating the current disease landscape with diverse needs across regions, realities, and sectors.

During the 90th General Session, the Assembly debate and generate recommendations that lay out a strategic global influenza control. The overarching objectives include addressing challenges in science-driven disease control strategies, exploring adaptive response tactics, and identifying pivotal success factors and growth areas for high pathogenicity avian influenza (HPAI) global management.