Join us on June 6, 2018 for World Pest Day – a multinational event created to raise the status of the pest management industry among the general public. We join the Federation of Asian & Oceania Pest Managements Association (FAOPMA), Chinese Pest Control Association and the Confederation of European Pest Management Associations (CEPA) in support of this event.
Opening with Cultural Presentation
Welcome by Mr. Henry Mott, President of the Confederation of European Pest Associations (CEPA); Mr. Dennis Jenkins, National Pest Management Association (NPMA); Video presentation from the World Health Organization (WHO)
Present Sponsor of World Pest Day Ceremony
Recognition of Global Pest Management Coalition Representatives
Welcome by Ms. Huang Xiao Yun, President of the Federation of Asian and Oceania Pest Managers Associations and Chinese Pest Control Association
Presentation by Mr. Qiyong Liu, Ph.D., World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Vector Surveillance & Management, National Institute for Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention
Recognizing the Public Health Significance of Urban Pests - South American and Northern European Perspective
Impacts of Climate Change on Pests and Structural Pest Management
Around the World In 80 Minutes: Updates on the Trends and Challenges Pest Management Professionals are Facing Around the World
Closing Remarks and Adjourn
Zika has spread to 73 countries. Thousands of babies with congenital defects face lifelong hardship and expensive care. For every World Pest Day attendee, a donation will be made to UNICEF. This gift will help control mosquitoes, stop Zika’s spread and fund development of rapid diagnostic tests and vaccines. Visit www.unicefusa.org for more information.