The World Veterinary Association (WVA) is the world’s largest family of veterinarians, as well as the common voice for them all. Representing more than 500,000 veterinarians through 95 veterinary member associations on six continents, the WVA unites the veterinary profession at a global level. The WVA supports the work of veterinarians in diverse areas of medicine, research, practice, and outreach and is guided by its belief in One Health, which recognizes that humans and animals share the natural environment and create harmony with and for each other. The WVA envisions that collaboration between the veterinary profession and other professions can ensure that humans, animals, and the environment prosper together.
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Zambian Veterinary Conference and Annual General Meeting
The Veterinary Association of Zambia Cordially invites you to the Zambian Veterinary conference and Annual General ...
22 Apr - 24 Apr 2020
New Fairmount Hotel, Livingston
Resources for COVID-19 Information
Veterinarians, as trained health professionals and One Health advocates, are an important source of information regarding SARS-CoV-2, the causative agent of COVID-19.
OIE and WVA joint press release: Covid-19 and Designation of . . .
In the framework of the Covid-19 pandemic, the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) and the World Veterinary Association (WVA) jointly draw attention to the roles and responsibilities
Cancellation of World Veterinary Association Congress 2020
With a heavy heart, we regret to inform you that the 36th World Veterinary Association Congress which was originally scheduled to take place in Auckland New Zealand on 6-8 April 2020 is now cancelled
World Veterinary Day Award 2020 - Environmental protection . . .
The WVA and HealthforAnimals are proud to announce the 2020 World Veterinary Day theme: Environmental protection for improving animal and human health.