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Animal Health Service EMPRES
Activities of the Animal Health
Service (AGAH)
Julio Pinto
Animal Health Officer
TRANSBOUNDARY ANIMAL DISEASES
Control of diseases ‘à la source’
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Early detection
Early warning
Rapid response
Science-based approach / support to research
Coordination
Communication
AGAH – Servicio de Sanidad Animal (IDG) 2005-2007
Informática y Sistemas , producción de vacunas, equipo de
Fiebre Aftosa, Peste Porcina Clásica, Peste Porcina
diagnóstico, producción y salud/prevención, talleres,
Africana, Peste Bovina, Fiebre del Valle de Rift, Peste de
pasantías, desarrollo de estrategias, planes de contingencia,
los Pequeños Rumiantes, Newcastle, Brucelosis, ... IAAP
revisión de leyes y reglamentos, análisis de riesgo, ...
The Royal Veterinary College
UK
Thailand
USA
Department of Livestock
Development
Animal
Health
Service
Việt Nam
Department of Animal Health
EMPRES
+ Regional Office
Australia
AGAP
AGAL
New Zealand
Université Libre de
Bruxelles
Belgium
PR China
France
Ministry of Agriculture
FAO Collaborators: Asian Focus
Environment
and Health
AGAL
Information,
Policies and
Legislation
Veterinary
Public
Health
TADs/EMPRES
Animal Health Service
AGAP
Animal
Production and
Genetic
Resources
Animal Health Service 2007-2009
Information systems,
vaccine
production,
diagnostic
equipment,
Foot-and-mouth
Disease,
Classical
Swine
Fever, African
Swinehealth
Fever,and
production, legislation,
workshops,
study tours,
strategy
development,
Rinderpest,
PPR, Newcastle,
Brucellosis,
Rift Valley
Fever,
HPAI ...
contingency planning, legislation reviews, risk analysis, ...
GREP PROGRESS
Early 1980s
RINDERPEST Early 1990s
Signs:
Fever
Discharges: nose, eyes
Diarrhoea/dysentery
Ulcers in mouth
Death (can exceed 90 %)
2001
2009
Foot-and-Mouth Disease (FMD)
FAO Progressive Control Pathway
- risk reduction approach (under development)
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not a top down prescribed approach:
but each MS encouraged to develop
national risk reduction strategies that
are supportive to the regional effort
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No circulation / containment zones only
Officially free with vaccination
No circulation / containment zones only
Approaching freedom
Outbreaks < once / year
Critical points addressed
 incidence
Critical risk points identified,
strategy being developed
Risk not controlled
Continuous FMDV circulation
Officially free without vaccination
Stages 0-3
= infected countries/zones
West EurAsia FMD road map
2006: H5 Avian Influenza events and outbreaks
Infected countries
Infected areas
2009: H5 Avian Influenza events and outbreaks
Republic
Infected countries
Infected areas
ECTAD: joint venture
FAO
Emergency Operations
and Rehabilitation
Division
OPERATIONAL
ECTAD
FAO
Animal Production
and Health
Division
TECHNICAL
ECTAD: since 2004
Activities since 2004 focus on
• Design and implementation of
strategies and programmes for
the Prevention, Detection and
Control of H5N1 HPAI
Results – HPAI situation
• Much improved since 2005-06
• Entrenched in some countries
ECTAD Regional Units
GLEWS: Global Early Warning and Response System
• [email protected]
 forward local information on possible TAD events
(... even newspaper clippings).
 Information is extracted and verification carried
out through other channels. The originator of the
information is protected.
• [email protected]
– submission of samples for confirmation or agent
characterization to OIE or FAO reference
laboratories.
Beyond HPAI:
FAO’s strengthened programme (2010-2015)
Goal
• to redress diseases emergence at
animal-human-agro-ecosystem
interface with the aim to protect
public health, safeguard food,
agriculture production and natural
resources management
Beyond HPAI:
FAO’s strengthened programme (2010-2015)
Outcome 1: Diseases emergency prevention and control
Output 1 – Early Warning
Output 2 – Early Detection
Output 3 – Early Response
Outcome 2: Diseases emergence prevented and controlled
Output 1 – Diseases impact analysis
Output 2 – Understanding drivers
Output 3 – Concerted actions to prevent and control diseases emergence
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