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AQUAPLAN - Australia's National Strategic Plan for Aquatic Animal Health
AQUAPLAN is Australia’s National Strategic Plan for Aquatic Animal Health. It is a comprehensive strategy to build and enhance capacity for the management of aquatic animal health in Australia. The plan outlines objectives and projects to develop a national approach to emergency preparedness and response, and to the overall management of aquatic animal health.
AQUAPLAN 2005-2010 was developed and formally endorsed by the Australian and state and territory governments as well as private industry sectors. The development of AQUAPLAN and the implementation of its projects were originally overseen by the Aquatic Animal Health Committee. Responsibility for implementation of AQUAPLAN 2005-2010 transferred to Animal Health Committee from July 2009.
The progress and priorities for ongoing AQUAPLAN 2005-2010 projects are reviewed by stakeholders annually. An implementation table is used to track progress of ongoing projects.
- AQUAPLAN 2005–2010 Projects Update April 2009: Progress and Priorities
Aquatic animal health stakeholders (industry, government, academics, researchers) receive the AQUAPLAN newsletter which provides updates on the progress of projects under the current national strategic plan, AQUAPLAN 2005-2010.
AQUAPLAN Newsletter March 2007 PDF [758kb]
AQUAPLAN Newsletter August 2006 PDF [952kb]
AQUAPLAN Newsletter February 2006 PDF [493kb]
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29 Apr 2010