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1 18 th Conference of the OIE Regional commission for Africa N’Djamena, February GF-TADs for Africa 2-year Retrospective, Work in progress and Prospects

2 2 Reminders  GF-TADs for Africa : Initiation: March 2006, Bamako Composition of the SC Priority Diseases Specifics for Africa: - IBAR, RECS - RAHCs, Inter Tropical Africa - HPAI, FMD, Rinderpest, T&T, CBPP, PPR, ASF, RVF, Newcastle disease SADC - FMD, CBPP, HPAI, ASF, Newcastle disease President : FAO CVO Vice-Presidents: IBAR – OIE Secretariat: OIE Reg Repres. Members : OIE Reg. Comm. members ECOWAS, CEBEVIRHA, IGAD, EISMV EC, AfDB, WB

3 3 Past achievements since 2007  Second Steering Committee meeting – March 2007, Djibouti Report on animal diseases situations (HPAI main topic) Report on GF-TADs main activities in Africa Recommendations to better prevent and control diseases in Africa Decision: GF-TADs for Africa = the AH side of ALive  Third Steering Committee meeting – April 2008, Rome Report on animal diseases situation Report on GF-TADs main activities in Africa Reinforcement of the governance of the GF-TADs for Africa (ToRs) Preparation of the next 3-year Action Plan, aligned with the ALive TAP2 Recommendations to better prevent and control diseases in Africa

4 4 Work in progress  GF-TADs current activities Global activities GF-TADs Tools: GLEWS / OFFLU / CMC-AH (See presentation on Global GF TADs activities) Transversal activities/cross cutting issues  INAPs  RAHCs  Sub Regional Networks  PVS, Gap Analysis  Trade  Biosecurity  VPH

5 5 Work in progress  GF-TADs current activities (cont.) Prevention and control of priority animal diseases in Africa HPAI FMD Rinderpest RVF PPR T&T ASF...

6 6 Work in progress  INAPs Integrated National Action Plans Funded by EC Oversight by Alive Secretariat Implemented by joint teams FAO-OIE-IBAR-WHO Objectives: - evaluate the country’s veterinary and public health services, the communication network and their capacity to respond to AHI - strengthen the national avian and human influenza prevention and response capacity - provide first guidelines for further strengthening of the VS - determine the financing needs to achieve the above objectives Expected results: - INAPS (government owned 5-year programs) - Financial plan

7 7 Work in progress  HPAI / INAPs - Results Rapid Assessment missions in the pipeline / on-going INAPS under technical clearance INAPS under gov’ s clearance INAPS cleared by governments (total clearance) Planned donors workshops (to take place before May 2009) Donors Workshops CountriesChad, DRC, Malawi, Ethiopia Ghana, Gabon, Guinea- Bissau, Namibia, Mauritania Senegal, Burkina Faso, and Côte d’Ivoire Liberia, Sierra Leone, Uganda, Mozambique, Togo, Sudan, Benin, Madagascar, Eritrea, Guinea, Lesotho, and Niger Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Eritrea, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea Bissau, Lesotho, Mauritania, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Senegal and Sudan Liberia, Sierra Leone, Madagascar, Guinea, Benin, Togo, Uganda Total

8 8 Work in progress  HPAI / INAPs - Results $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ R.A. in the pipeline / on- going INAPS under technical validation INAPs under gov validation INAPS validated $ Donors meeting planned $ Donors meeting done full process Beginning of process $

9 9 Work in progress  INAPs – Next steps Closure of the AHI MDTF on June 30, Ending of the on-going work (R.A missions; donors workshops) Self-Evaluation Report (ALive Secretariat) Technical evaluation (FAO) Follow-up of the implementation of INAPs / Update to the ALive Executive Committee and to the partners via the ALive web site Use the RA guidelines for other TADs and zoonotic diseases? Development of Integrated Regional Actions Programs (within the RECs)?

10 18 th Conference of the OIE Regional commission for Africa N’Djamena, February

11 11 Regional – Networks - Epidemiosurveillance Networks - Laboratory Networks - Socio-economics networks - (Communication)

12 12 Regional Networks Epidemiology, Laboratories Socio economics Based in the RAHC : Regional Animal Health Centres FAO, OIE & AU-IBAR associated with RECs Western and Central Africa network Northern Africa network Eastern Africa network Southern Africa network Decentralized ECTAD Units based in the RAHCs Perfect regional basis for regional networking

13 13 RESEPI (FAO RAHC Bamako)

14 18 th Conference of the OIE Regional commission for Africa N’Djamena, February The Regional Animal Health Centre for North Africa-RAHC/NA Towards a Mediterranean Animal Health Network European Union, CVO meeting 13 October 2008, Strasbourg, France

15 15  OIE PVS Assessment  Gap Analysis

16 16 Work in progress  Trade – STDF 13 Workshops  Bamako workshop (May 2008)  Amman workshop (June 2008)  SOLICEP

17 17 Develop, test and promote biosecurity measures that are: Developed in a participatory manner Practical and affordable Proportionate to risk Tailored to situation and production system Biosecurity Nigeria, Egypt

18 18

19 19 Work in progress  FMD – Nairobi Technical Workshop 5-day meeting Organized by FAO, in collaboration with OIE and IBAR Broad participation (scientists, donors, RECs, international agencies, etc...) Objectives:  Develop consensus on the vision and elements of a long term plan for improving FMD prevention and control  Share information on FMD virus circulation in West, central East and SADC region  Identify priorities and plans of action for improved identification of suitable vaccines for these ecosystems  Improve networking of African FMD specialists and epidemiologists to increase sharing of expertise and information

20 20 Work in progress  FMD – Nairobi Technical Workshop progressive FMD risk reduction approach:

21 21 Work in progress  FMD – Nairobi Technical Workshop Survey results No response Other Level 0 ZN Level 5 Level 4 Level 3 Level 2 Level 1

22 22 Work in progress

23 23 Work in progress  FMD – Nairobi Technical Workshop Results  3 different levels (North = 3, West = 0, South= >2)  3 roadmaps  3 strategies Recommendations  Africa 2020 FMD Progressive Control Pathways (Roadmaps)  Recommendations on: Epidemiology ; Diagnostic Laboratory ; Vaccines and Vaccination ; Economic Investment and Socio-economic impact ; Wildlife ; Trade and Transboundary animal movement

24 Rift Valley Fever What we have learned from the last crisis in East of Africa and what could be the way forward [De La Rocque/Roeder/Amanfu]

25 25 Rift Valley Fever Epidemiological situation: RVF only in Africa nowadays

26 Number of Cases TIME Rift valley fever outbreak alert and response Animal outbreak Human outbreak Amplification Human outbreak Animal outbreaks Climate Vegetation

27 27 Thank you Tse-tse and Trypanosomiasis

28 28 IFAD Funded Project: Development of innovative site-specific integrated animal health packages for the rural poor (field oriented)  Goal To develop innovative site-specific integrated animal health packages for the management and control of animal disease risks/constraints for improved livestock production and increased opportunities for rural development

29 29  BudgetUS$3.6 FAO/PAAT partnersUS$2.0 IFADUS$1.6  Duration: 4 years  Supervision (technical and financial): AGAH  Beneficiary countries West Africa: Burkina Faso, Ghana East Africa: Burundi, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda  Target groups: Poor smallholders’ livestock keepers, rural agricultural communities  Implementing institutions and partners: FAO, CIRDES, ICIPE, IAEA, IFAH, IFAD Lending Projects, Beneficiary Countries

30 30  Objectives To develop site-specific animal health packages for reducing disease burden To enhance capacity of farmers, farmers’ association and NARES in formulating, delivering and implementing animal health and production packages in relation to production systems and agro- ecological zones To establish networks for institutional strengthening (public-private collaboration), increased ownership, exchange and dissemination of information, and feedback for follow up and influencing policy To re-examine existing technologies and strategies for vector and vector-borne disease (VBD) control and refine guidelines for future investments To sustain international and inter-sectoral collaboration through the establishment of linkages (e.g. IFAD investment programmes) and networking for institutional strengthening

31 31 Early 1980s Early 1990s GREP PROGRESS

32 32 Rinderpest ongoing activities:  At FAO: TCP/RAF/3202: Rinderpest surveillance for Cameroon, Chad, Djibouti, Kenya, Niger and Nigeria SERECU: Joint AU-IBAR/FAO trust fund project for the Somali Ecosystem. Global trust funds to support global Rinderpest activities  At OIE: Analysis of dossiers for status accreditation Objective : global eradication for 2010 : -25 countries need to present dossier after completion of the surveillance, - 13 to formulate only dossier and - 27 to send a letter requesting to enter directly on the global list.

33 33 Peste des Petits Ruminants Nasal and Ocular Discharges

34 34 PPR

35 35 FAO–OIE Collaboration in Animal Diseases Prevention and Control PPR June outbreaks August outbreaks

36 36 Short term prospects  Action plan Continuation of ‘core activities’ Next 3-year Action Plan - Approach  Aligned with the ALive TAP2  In line with the GF-TADs Global Strategy (under development) = OWOH / holistic approach to disease prevention and control  Upstream to national activities (ALive mandate) but in fine for the benefit of the Africa countries  Based on the recommendations of the ALive PN on animal health delivery.  Tools : RAHCs / GLEWS / CMC-AH / OFFLU / Networks

37 37 Short term prospects  Action plan Next 3-year Action Plan - Proposed activities 1.Prevention an control of Major TADs 2.Public-private partnership in Animal Health 3.TADs Epidemiosurveillance and networking 4.Strengthening and Networking of laboratories in Africa 5.TADs at the wildlife-livestock interface - To be implemented jointly with OIE and IBAR

38 38 Short term prospects  Next GF-TADs for Africa Steering Committee (SC4) Nairobi March 9 and 10am (1.5 day) Agenda

39 39 Thank you


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