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Belgium-Brussels: Training Targeted to Farmers and Veterinarians Working with Food-producing Animals to Support the ‘F2F’ Strategy Target and an Efficient Implementation on the Ground of the New Measures to Fight AMR
Prior information notice
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Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Training Targeted to Farmers and Veterinarians Working with Food-producing Animals to Support the ‘F2F’ Strategy Target and an Efficient Implementation on the Ground of the New Measures to Fight AMR
Hands-on training targeted to farmers and veterinarians working with food-producing animals to support the ‘F2F’ strategy target and an efficient implementation on the ground of the new measures to fight antimicrobial resistance.
The services will be performed at the contractor’s premises or, for the purposes of the activities required (e.g. organisation of meetings) at any other location agreed with the contracting authority.
The objective of this action is to provide hands-on trainings to the farmer and veterinarian communities working with food-producing animals. The training should raise their awareness of their new obligations (to comply with EU law), but also inform them on possible measures they may set in place to deal with these obligations concretely in their farm or in their practice.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information