September 16, 2017 African genome research provided impetus An incredible number of victims in Africa, die every year from preventable illnesses like tuberculosis and malaria and researchers say only a relatively small proportion of cash is allocated to developing vaccines, much more is allocated to drugs aimed at tackling diseases more frequent among rich, Western consumers premature ejaculation treatment . The World Wellness Organisation says less than one % of total public and private funds spent on health research in recent years has been specialized in pneumonia, diarrhoea, tuberculosis and malaria, a lot more than 20 % of the world’s disease burden. FAO and OIE welcomed the emergency actions applied in Kaduna, Kano and Plateau state, where suspected bird flu cases in poultry are under investigation. However, control actions have to be intensified applying standard methods suggested by FAO and the OIE worldwide recommendations. FAO/OIE welcomed a declaration by the Nigerian Minister of Agriculture Mallam A. Bello that farmers would be compensated for livestock losses caused by the culling and disease. Compensation schemes are of help to encourage early disease reporting. Veterinary technicians and staff working in outbreak areas and laboratories should wear protective clothing. FAO and the US Division of Agriculture are shipping and delivery over 1000 units of protective equipment to Nigeria.