In celebration of its 69th Anniversary, Gadjah Mada University’s Faculty of Veterinary Medicine held a National Seminar on “Veterinary Innovation in Research and Industry in Response to Market Challenges” on September 19, 2015 in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Auditorium.
In celebration of Eid al-Adha 1435 H, which fell on Sunday, October 5, 2014, and in line with our mission to improve public role and capacity and provide information on animal health, veterinary public health, animal welfare and environmental health, Center for Indonesian Veterinary Analytical Studies (CIVAS) conducted several public awareness activities and provided medical checkups for sacrificial animals in Bogor city and district area.
To strengthen personal and professional relationships between members and share information on animal health, Center for Indonesian Veterinary Analytical Studies (CIVAS) held a family gathering on Saturday, August 8, 2015 from 08.00 to 13.30 Western Indonesia Time at the Bogor Botanical Garden. The meeting was attended by 26 CIVAS members and families.
Bogor – The Center for Indonesian Veterinary Analytical Studies (CIVAS) recently held an Outbonding and Family Gathering event for 2 days and 1 night on May 30-31, 2015, at D’Agape Meeting and Conference venue on Jl. Cikopo Selatan Km 2.5, Gadong village, Megamendung, Bogor.
On May 20, 2015, the Center for Indonesian Veterinary Analytical Studies (CIVAS) was invited to the National Seminar on The Contribution of Dog Meat Trade in Indonesia Free from Rabies 2020. The seminar was held by Jakarta Animal Aid Network (JAAN) at the DKI Jakarta Province Animal and Fish Health Laboratory as part of the Dogs Are Not Food Campaign.
On April 22 to 24, 2015, the municipal government of Depok conducted an Agriculture and Livestock Product Promotion Fair at Depok City Hall in collaboration with the Indonesia Veterinary Medical Association (IVMA) West Java II Branch and Center for Indonesian Veterinary Analytical Studies (CIVAS). The event was held to commemorate the city’s 16th anniversary. CIVAS participated actively in contributing to the fair and holding a talk show together with IVMA. The event also coincides with World Veterinary Day which is celebrated in the last week of April every year.
By: Erianto Nugroho On February 18, 2015, West Java II Branch of the Indonesian Veterinary Medical Association (IVMA) in collaboration with PT Royal Canin held a mini seminar on urinary tract dysfunction in small animals, mainly cats and dogs, in Gumati Restaurant in Bogor. Speaker for the seminar was Dr. Neno from PT Royal Canin. […]
On December 12 to 14, 2014, the Center for Indonesian Veterinary Analytical Studies (CIVAS) held its 3rd General Assembly in Hotel Bumi Cikeas, Bogor. The general assembly is the highest ranking deciding-body of the organization and held every 3 years. Seventeen of 31 fixed members were in attendance
Classical Swine Fever (CSF) or Hog Cholera is a highly contagious viral disease which attacks pigs of all ages. Morbidity and mortality rates can reach up to 95-100%. CSF has significant economic consequences on local and international businesses through potential trade restrictions between countries. It is one of the main swine diseases in Southeast Asia. This disease was first reported in Indonesia in North Sumatra in 1994. CSF then spread to the islands of Java, Bali, Kalimantan and Sulawesi. Most recently in March 2011 the disease emerged in Lembata Island in East Nusa Tenggara.
On November 23-26, 2014, the 17th Indonesia Veterinary Medical Association (IVMA) Congress, 13th National Veterinary Scientific Conference and 15th Indonesia Veterinarian Wives Association Congress were held in Novotel Hotel in Palembang. The overarching theme of the event was “Increasing the Quality of Animal Health Professional Services to Guarantee the Safety of Animals, People and the Environment”.
The National Agency of Drug and Food Control (Badan Pengawas Obat dan Makanan/BPOM) on November 20, 2014, announced the establishment of Indonesia Risk Assessment Center (INARAC) and held a food safety exhibition in Kartika Chandra Hotel, Jakarta.
Leadership is an integral part of society. In each community, leadership is necessary to attain common goals. Leadership is also demanded from veterinarians because veterinary medical authority is inherent to the profession