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Ever since African Swine Fever hit Asian shores in 2018, professionals in the region’s pig sector have been working hard to contain the spread. At the ‘Living with African Swine Fever’ conference, seven individuals who have been true leaders and at the forefront of the fight against ASF, were honored:

– Dr Max M Montenegro, Philippines
– Prof Nguyen Tat Toan, Vietnam
– Prof Do Tien Duy, Vietnam
– Dr Wasu Kasimani, Malaysia
– Dr Khampee Kortheerakul, Thailand
– Chester Warren Tan, Philippines
– Dr Sauland Sinaga, Indonesia

During the conference, Chairman David Faulkner delivered a citation recognizing the contribution of each individual. They have since each received a commemorative plaque as a tribute to their leadership.

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