Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina

4th General Assembly of the REEV-Med network (Sarajevo)

Dr Ghazi Yehia (OIE Beirut) at the opening ceremony of the International Congress “One World – One Health – One Vision”

 

In the framework of strengthening veterinary education in the Mediterranean basin, a Network of Establishments for Veterinary Education (REEV-Med in French) was created in 2012 in Rabat (Morocco). The main objectives of the network are:

  •  to encourage and reinforce the collaboration between Veterinary Education Establishments (VEE)
  • insisting around the Mediterranean basin, and;
  • to implement in the North African region an evaluation process for VEE similar to the evaluation applied at the European level.

About thirty participants representing establishments for veterinary education from the Mediterranean area attended the 4th REEV-Med General Assembly and it was noted the increased number of participants since its creation. This meeting was hosted by the Veterinary faculty University of Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) on 14 October 2015 in Sarajevo and it was coupled with the International Congress “One World – One Health – One Vision” held also in Sarajevo.

 

Prof. Nihad Fejzic (Veterinary Faculty Sarajevo) at the opening ceremony of the International Congress “One World – One Health – One Vision”

 

During this meeting, the new statutes of the association were discussed, presented and adopted by the General Assembly of REEV-Med. The new adopted statutes would aim at improving and enhancing the activities of the network for the benefit of the EVE in the Mediterranean area.

The 4th REEV-Med General Assembly was also the opportunity to make the state of the art of the network and to discuss technical items such as the importance of veterinary education in aquaculture as well as the progress of the twinning project between two EVE based in Jordan and UK.

More information on past meetings :

Hammamet, Tunisia

3rd General Assembly of the REEV-Med network (Hammamet)

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