Friday 14 June 2013
Diagnostic improvements in Leptospirosis and Brucellosis have been the subject of seminars aimed at controlling Zoonotic disease transmission.
Saturday 16 March 2013
The Taiwanese market has opened its doors to Honduran beef after a series of food quality and safety requirements met Taiwanese inspection standards.
Friday 03 August 2012
"We have received notification from the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAG), that the Corral meat plant is ready to export to market," said Heriberto Amador Director General of SENASA.
Tuesday 17 July 2012
"Now we have an improvement of 80 per cent in terms of the requirements requested by the USDA and the USDA's APHIS to export poultry products to the US," said Nidia Garcia, Coordinator of the Poultry Program (PAN).
Wednesday 11 July 2012
Honduras is looking to export meat to the European Union and in order to implement the cattle traceability regulations required, the National Agricultural Health Service (SENASA), with support from the Regional Quality Support Programme and the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures in Central America (Pracams), has conducted a broad exposure to the meat and livestock industry on the subject.
Saturday 12 February 2011
The World Organisation for Animal Health received an immediate notification on Monday, 24 January. The outbreak was first observed on 3 January and confirmed on 13 January.
Wednesday 17 February 2010
In 2010, Rovabio® marks its 10-year anniversary of worldwide distribution. The product was initially introduced in Europe 15 years ago, and then launched worldwide five years later
Wednesday 09 December 2009
Washington based Organization of American States Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza said on Friday that Honduras president –elect Porfirio Lobo is the person “best positioned” to boost the restoration of democratic rule in the Central American country.During the extraordinary session of the OAS Permanent Council
Saturday 21 November 2009
Aquafinca Saint Peter Fish, the leading tilapia producer of Honduras, forcasts a 12 per cent business growth for 2010, in spite of having faced serious consequences due to the sector crisis and the fall in exports.
“In spite of the crisis we are not so bad. Our products are perishable, but we depend on logistics and our market. We count on the best logistics and we rely on the conduct of the foreign and domestic
Tuesday 17 November 2009
The Honduras Supreme Court begun to consider late Wednesday if ousted President Manuel Zelaya should or should not be reinstated, a crucial step in the process to help overcome the
Saturday 14 November 2009
The Honduras Supreme Court begun to consider late Wednesday if ousted President Manuel Zelaya should or should not be reinstated, a crucial step in the process to help overcome the four-month political crisis that has virtually paralyzed the Central American country.The Congress requested non binding opinions from the Supreme Court and the Attorney General Office
Tuesday 10 November 2009
The last thing the poultry industry need now is a full blown epidemic of Avian flu or Newcastle disease.
The veterinary authorities have sent an Immediate Notification to the World Organisation for Animal Health
Sunday 08 November 2009
“We believe Honduran President (Manuel) Zelaya should be restored to power,“ State Department spokesman Ian Kelly told reporters on Wednesday, but he added that Washington was focused on implementing the whole agreement reached over the weekend and the process was “now for Hondurans to decide”.According to the agreement between ousted Zelaya and the de facto government led by Robert Micheletti, the Honduran 128 member Congress has to decide on Zelaya's reinstatement after consulting the Supreme Court. The agreement also opens
Thursday 24 September 2009
Ousted Zelaya in back in Honduras and calls for dialogue
Ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya has returned to his country, nearly three months after being deposed. Mr Zelaya has sought refuge inside the Brazilian embassy in Tegucigalpa, and has called on supporters who gathered in the streets to go to the embassy.
In an interview with
Saturday 22 August 2009
- Honduras breaks diplomatic relations with Argentina
Honduras suspended diplomatic relations with Argentina on Tuesday in retaliation for having its ambassador expelled from Argentina last week
Friday 17 July 2009
"To understand what is happening in Honduras today, it helps to know a bit more about Latin America's long love affair with caudillos, how these larger-than-life but power-hungry men damaged their countries, and why so many people are terrified that they are making a comeback," "The Wall Street Journal" writes.
In an article called
Friday 10 July 2009
Zelaya’s return to Honduras aborted; two people shot dead at airport
Honduras’s ousted President, Manuel Zelaya failed on Sunday in a dramatic attempt to fly back to his country. His plane circled the Tegucigalpa airport, but it could not land as the authorities had blocked the runway.Earlier at least two people were killed as troops fended off Zelaya supporters converging on the airport.
Mr Zelaya, who was
Thursday 09 July 2009
The Organization of American States suspended Honduras on Saturday after a caretaker government refused to reinstate President Manuel Zelaya, who was toppled in a coup a week ago.
The OAS took the rare step to suspend one of its members after the interim government ignored an OAS ultimatum by the 34-member body to restore Zelaya. It was the strongest move yet by foreign governments to isolate the caretaker government.
In Central America's
Sunday 05 July 2009
Honduras president offers deal to end constitutional crisis
Honduras president Manuel Zelaya offered a deal Tuesday to the military leaders who ousted him - he’ll quit in January if allowed to return and serve out his term in office. "If offered the possibility to remain in power (for a second term), I would not do it," Zelaya said in New York, where he received full support from the UN General Assembly.
"I am going to fulfil my
Monday 29 June 2009
Soldiers arrest Honduran president on day of disputed referendum
Soldiers have arrested the Honduran president and taken him to an air force base just before voting was to begin on a disputed constitutional election.President Manuel Zelaya's private secretary tell
Jose Manuel Zelaya was elected Honduran president in November 2005 running as the Liberal Party candidate. Despite his centre-right credentials, the former businessman and civil engineer with logging and ranching interests moved Honduras away from its traditional ally the US, winning the support of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and other left-leaning leaders.
Mr Zelaya won 46.17% of the vote in 2005 to 49.90% for Porfirio Lobo of the ruling National Pa
Friday 05 June 2009
OAS Cuba’s sanctions could be lifted Tuesday in Honduras
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