The objective of the network is to strengthen and enhance the capacities of national and regional laboratories in the surveillance of Salmonella, the other major foodborne pathogens and antimicrobial resistance in Salmonella and Campylobacter from humans, food and animals through the programme activities.
A world where all countries have more capacity to prevent and control foodborne and other enteric infections.
To enable countries to detect, control, and prevent foodborne and other enteric infections by:
- Building capacity for integrated surveillance; and
- Fostering collaboration among human health, veterinary, food and other relevant sectors.
Goal 1: Strengthen national and regional capacities for surveillance, investigation, prevention and control of foodborne and other enteric infections
Goal 2: Foster partnerships relevant to regional and country goals
Goal 3: Raise awareness of GFN outputs and activities and the benefits of integrated surveillance
Goal 4: Generate country and regional data that contributes to a global understanding of foodborne and other enteric infections