2 بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم” والعصر, ان الانسان لفي خسر, الا الذين امنوا و عملوا الصالحات و تواصوا بالحق و تواصوا بالصبر“ صدق الله العظيم الللهم صلي و سلم على سيدنا محمد و على اله وصحبه اجمعين.
3 Animal Health Status of FMD The last FMD outbreaks in Jordan were in 2006Measures in case of Outbreak:QuarantineControl on border check pointsMovement of live animals and animal products were restrictedCompulsory routine vaccination was held in infected zones and prophylactic (free) vaccination was held in whole country .
4 - The eradication was implemented by veterinary service of Jordan( modified stamping out) - Disease surveillance and control measures are implemented by vaccination in the whole country.- Lab. Confirmation A-iran-05,O-pan Asia-2
6 Cattle vaccinated up to four times, sheep and goats two times annually. Private sector are able to import and vaccinate.
7 An annual vaccination programme is implemented Field Isolates O PanAsia2 ►covered by O ManisaA Iran ► covered by A Iran 2005In 2006 the R.L Recommend to use (O Manisa + A22) for cattle and (O Manisa ) for SheepNOW the vaccine contains, 4 serotype (Liquid inactivated of O Pan Asia 2, O1 Manisa, A22, A Iran 2005)
8 Progressive Control Pathway [pcp] FMD spreads in the countryFMD High Risk Zones:Villages and farms bordering to country which have no transparency and sharing information.Live animal market and backyard farms.- There is no control on animal movement between the villages in side the country.
9 Progressive Control Pathway [pcp] Entering of FMD to JordanFrom other countries;From not controlled occupied transit country in the region;Jordan is one of the biggest transit country in the region ;Possible risk from wild animals;Cross-border livestock trade .
10 Main challenges regarding 1) Surveillance: No Surveillance project is applied, Clinical surveillance for early detection of FMDvA- In response to any notification from the fieldB- Tested for (imported and exported animals)C- Shortage in Lab Kits2)Vaccination- It is imported and sometimes, takes time to reach Jordan
11 4) Shortage of vets in M.o.A and the technical staff. 3)movement control- huge amount animal movement in seasonal pastures (winter and summer) inside the country- No movement control inside the country- For importation and transit of animals, the international Law is applied (OIE &WTO)4) Shortage of vets in M.o.A and the technical staff.5) There is No Compensatory strategy in case of Outbreak( modified stamping out)
12 On-going control Program/ Projects No national Project for Surveillance and eradication for FMD BUT:* Control Programmes1) Regular Vaccination2) Control on border check points and Quarantine3) importation of live animals and animal products according to Terrestrial code of OIE
13 Possibility to Prepare a dossier To OIE we can prepare a dossier according to our health and current field situation and the facilities available in our central lab.
14 Preparation of FMD Control Project for donation we can prepare a proposal for the Jordanian ministry of agriculture Project for FMD for donation.
15 Expected Support1) Financial, Lab Kits and chemical reagents, active surveillance2) Training at local and international level on :- Surveillance and control strategy- Data analysis- Preparation and approval of contingency plan.- lab staff training- Risk analysis- international trade law
16 بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم” وقل اعملوا فسيرى الله عملكم و رسوله و المؤمنون“صدق الله العظيمTHANKS