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1 One Vision, One Identity, One Community ASEAN OBJECTIVES FOR VETERINARY LEGISLATION ASEAN Secretariat OIE Global Conference on Veterinary Legislation Modernising veterinary Legislation for Good Governance Djerba, Tunisia, 2010

2 Outline Introduction ASEAN Views on TADs and Zoonotic ASEAN Community Building ASEAN Sectoral Working Group on Livestock ASEAN Objectives on Veterinary Legislation Conclusion One Vision, One Identity, One Community2

3 ASEAN Member States Brunei Darussalam Cambodia Indonesia Lao PDR Malaysia Myanmar Philippines Singapore Thailand Viet Nam Brunei Darussalam joined the Association on 8 January 1984. Viet Nam became the seventh member of ASEAN on 28 July 1995. Lao PDR and Myanmar were admitted into ASEAN on 23 July 1997, and Cambodia on 30 April 1999.

4 ASEAN Community ASEANPolitical-SecurityCommunity(APSC)ASEANPolitical-SecurityCommunity(APSC)ASEANEconomicCommunity(AEC)ASEANEconomicCommunity(AEC)ASEANSocio-CulturalCommunity(ASCC)ASEANSocio-CulturalCommunity(ASCC) Narrowing the Development Gap Initiative for ASEAN Integration Narrowing the Development Gap Initiative for ASEAN Integration

5 One Vision, One Identity, One Community5 ASEAN Community 2015 Political- Security Community Economic Community Socio-Cultural Community Second Work Plan for IAI

6 ASEAN Community Building 2015 Key functions (Some key goals of the ASEAN Community Building): Safeguarding animal health and welfare Improving public health Food Security and Food safety One Vision, One Identity, One Community6

7 ASEAN Views on TADs and Zoonotic TADs and Zoonotic Disease Food Security Food Safety Livelihoods Public Health Obstacle to Intra-extra ASEAN Trade Potential impact of climate change One Vision, One Identity, One Community7

8 ASEAN Sectoral Working Group on Livestock (ASWGL) One Vision, One Identity, One Community8 Strengthening National Capability Strengthening regional coordination Supporting animal health sector Enhancing partnership arrangements and cooperation ASWGL

9 1. Strengthening Veterinary Services Bedrock for national and regional building blocks OIE Program on Strengthening Veterinary Services (PSVS) in South East Asia, funded by AusAID Provision under ASEAN-OIE MOU Key areas: veterinary legislation and governance, emergency preparedness and response, animal health communication, and quality assurance systems for laboratories. ASWGL agreed that regular update of the PSVS be included in the agenda of future meetings of ASWGL One Vision, One Identity, One Community

10 2. Strengthening Regional Coordination on Animal Health ASEAN Study on Regional Coordination on Animal Health and Zoonoses Decision on regional coordination mechanisms (RCM), transitional arrangement and linkages between RCM and priority disease strategies (HPAI and SEAFMD) AAHTF To finance ASEAN animal health projects (Approved by AMAF through SOM AMAF) Priority - Transboundary animal diseases (TADs) crucial to ASEAN, namely HPAI, FMD and CSF ARAHIS and WAHIS One Vision, One Identity, One Community

11 3. Supporting Animal Health Sector Towards Greater Multi-sectoral Health Cooperation Joint Recommendation on Animal-Human Health Collaboration and Work Plan (endorsed by SOM- AMAF and SOMHD) Rabies - Call for Action towards the Elimination of Rabies in the ASEAN Member States and the Plus Three Countries ASEAN Pandemic Preparedness and Response One World, One Health One Vision, One Identity, One Community

12 4. Enhancing Partnership and Cooperation, among Partners/Agencies SPS Committee under ASEAN Trade in Good Agreement (ATIGA) FTAs between ASEAN and Dialogue Partners MoU with OIE and FAO AMAF Plus Three Cooperation on Animal Health EC Regional Cooperation Programme on Highly Pathogenic and Emerging Diseases (HPED) in Asia (EC-HPED) – FAO, OIE and WHO components for ASEAN ASEAN-ADB HPAI Project and beyond One Vision, One Identity, One Community

13 ASEAN Objectives on Veterinary Legislation Veterinary legislation and governance should be seen in the light of developing a rules based ASEAN Community that expected to improve the capacities of Veterinary authorities. ASEAN recognised the need for the Member States to bestow hard effort to build-up their respective veterinary services and infrastructure to attain the international standard setting bodies requirement. One Vision, One Identity, One Community13

14 ASEAN Objectives on Veterinary Legislation ASEAN is in full support of the OIE Performance of Veterinary Services (PVS) pathway ASEAN-OIE MOU section 2 (1) :OIE shall assist the ASEAN Member States in strengthening veterinary services by supporting training courses in veterinary field signed on the 3 rd of June 2008. 32 nd AMAF meeting, 24 October 2010, Cambodia, acknowledged the importance of partnership and support provided for technical support and capacity building in veterinary services. One Vision, One Identity, One Community14

15 Conclusion With legislative support, veterinary authorities will be able to foster the development of the sector as well as to ensure the quality and safety of livestock products throughout the production and market chain for achieving robust, healthy, progressive and secure community. One Vision, One Identity, One Community15

16 One Vision, One Identity, One Community www.asean.org

17 THANK YOU VERY MUCH One Vision, One Identity, One Community


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