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Mid-term evaluation of Regulation (EU) No 652/2014

VetEffecT has been awarded the Mid-term evaluation project of Regulation (EU) No 652/2014. 

The main purpose for this evaluation is to assess at mid-term the implementation of the CFF (Common Financial Framework), whose results will feed into the final evaluation report to be presented to the European Parliament and to the Council by 31 July 2017.

The evaluation results will be subsequently used during the final evaluation of the CFF Regulation foreseen for 30 June 2022. 


The evaluation will focus on the first three years of implementation of the CFF.

Evaluation study to support the evaluation of the Zoos Directive (Council Directive 1999/22/EC)

VetEffecT has been awarded a study for the European Commission (DG Environment) to support the evaluation of the Zoos Directive (Council Directive 1999/22/EC)The objective for the evaluation of the Zoos Directive is to support the European Commission’s Zoos Directive Regulatory Fitness Check and Performance (REFIT) programme. This study is carried out in order to assess whether the Zoos Directive meets its goal and whether or not the different member states have implemented legislation with the help of the Zoos Directive.

The tasks performed for this study are:

Development of framework and methodology to address the issues under examination. 

Project report published: EU Zoos Directive Good Practices Document

The final report of our project on the Zoos Directive has been published by the Commission 

Member States are responsible for applying the provisions of the Zoos Directive 1999/22/EC and ensuring their necessary enforcement.

New EU wide report on honey bee colony mortality published by EPILOBEE

A new EU wide report on honey bee colony mortality published by EPILOBEE May 5th, 2015, showed slightly decrased mortality rates of honey bee colonies, but large variations among the 17 participating EU countries.

The final report was prepared by the European Union Reference Laboratory for honeybee health (EURL; ANSES, Fr) as a result of the recently finished pan-European epidemiological study on honey bee colony losses EPILOBEE 2012-2014 

Bees are essential for food crop production: of the 100 crop species that provide 90% of food worldwide, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates that 71 are pollina

EU progress report on Antimicrobial Resistance published

The Commission published Feb 26, 2015 a progress report on its five year Action Plan on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR). The report summarises the progress made under each of the 12 actions. 

The REPORT describes the following ac