Project: Health and Sanitation: Implementation of the Veterinary Health Alert Network

Health and Sanitation
Animal health
Geographic data:
Madrid, España
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The RASVE (Veterinary Health Alert Network) application, developed by Tragsatec for the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment (MAGRAMA), is the database of the Integrated Veterinary Health Information Network for handling information on epizootic and zoonotic diseases.

The emergence of animal diseases has serious social and economic consequences due to loss of income of the affected farms, restrictions on trade in live animals, meat and other animal products and, in the case of zoonotic diseases, compromising Public Health. Hence the need to avoid the appearance of such phenomena, to detect their presence early or minimize their effects in case they appear.
In support of meeting this objective, Tragsatec has collaborated with MAGRAMA since 2003 in the development and implementation of the RASVE Information System, an application that allows the rapid exchange of information on diseases, facilitating a rapid and coordinated response for their control and prevention.
The System integrates available national and international health information, allowing a real-time connection between different applications. It is designed for official disease reporting in compliance with the responsibilities of MAGRAMA, both in coordination with autonomous communities, and the requirements of European levels and other international institutions such as the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE).
It allows the detection and analysis of alerts, through real-time connection with other systems, such as applications for tracing the movement of animals and animal products (national and international). It also enables the surveillance and monitoring of diseases from health data collected in the system.
Tragsatec has collaborated with MAGRAMA in these activities since 2003

  • Red de Alerta Sanitaria web site
  • Chick in human hands
Red de Alerta Sanitaria web site

Red de Alerta Sanitaria web

Chick in human hands

Chick in human hands

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