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National Animal Disease Preparedness and Response Program


The 2018 Farm Bill established the National Animal Disease Preparedness and Response Program to boost the nation’s efforts to keep high-consequence animal diseases from entering and spreading in the United States. This program allows APHIS to collaborate with animal health partners throughout the nation to implement high-value projects that enhance prevention, preparedness, detection, and response to the most damaging emerging and foreign animal diseases that threaten U.S. agriculture.

2019

APHIS awarded $5.2 million through the NADPRP to support high-value training and exercises to advance the capabilities, capacity, and readiness of the nation’s animal agriculture sector responders.

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