Protecting Workers from Avian Influenza: International Resources

International Resources

Disclaimer: These resources are developed by government agencies whose safety and health practices and recommendations may differ from those of the United States.

World Health Organization (WHO) logo

World Health Organization (WHO) Avian Influenza in Humansexternal icon
Most avian influenza viruses do not cause disease in humans. However, some are zoonotic, meaning that they can infect humans and cause disease.


Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations logo

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Avian Influenzaexternal icon
En Españolexternal icon
FAO has worked with affected and at-risk countries in Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, Caucasus, Middle East, Latin America and the Caribbean to facilitate capacity building, information sharing and networking, related to HPAI outbreaks.


cover page - FAO Protect Poultry – Protect People

FAO Protect Poultry – Protect Peoplepdf iconexternal icon
FAO-prepared messages for different categories of people – ranging from poultry keepers, veterinarians and culling teams to the general public.


United Kingdom Health and Safety Executive (HSE) logo

United Kingdom Health and Safety Executive (HSE): Working with Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Virusexternal icon
Avian influenza is a virus that causes disease in birds. Poultry, pigeons and wild or migratory birds, such as ducks, can become infected with the virus.


cover page - World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) Update on Avian Influenza

World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) Update on Avian Influenzaexternal icon
This page was set up at the start of the epizootic of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza due to H5N1 in South East Asia in late 2003, before its expansion later to other continents. It includes notifications and follow-ups reports notified by OIE Member Countries on HPAI.

Page last reviewed: May 19, 2017