World Organisation for Animal Health launches a refreshed brand identity as WOAH

The global authority on animal health unveils its new narrative, identity and logo, providing more clarity to its critical mandate.


Since 1924, the World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH, founded as Office International des Épizooties, or OIE) has been at the forefront of tackling animal health challenges alongside its 182 Members worldwide. The Organisation works across borders to improve animal health and welfare globally, creating a safer future with its vast expertise, particularly in setting International Standards.

From today, the Organisation previously known as the OIE is revealing a new brand image, as well as furthering the use of its full name, World Organisation for Animal Health, with the matching acronym WOAH (OMSA in French and Spanish).

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