The OVAG network was established in 2009 in response to an urgent need for capacity building in wildlife health and management in Indonesia and Malaysia. Today, OVAG brings together over 30 organizations including rehabilitation centers, conservation projects, universities, Government bodies, zoos, funding partners, and supporters. The network empowers Indonesian and Malaysian wildlife health practitioners and academics to formulate plans relevant to all wildlife health management needs that are respected and utilized by decision-makers. Dr. Raffaella Commitante, President of OC is the lead author (co-edited by the OVAG Committee) of all OVAG Workshop Proceedings Reports.
OVAG Workshop Reports: