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PCP- FMD: Stage descriptions, indicators and assessment

Given at 4th W. Eurasia Roadmap Review, in Baku Azerbaihan, April 2013
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chris bartels

on 4 March 2015

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Transcript of PCP- FMD: Stage descriptions, indicators and assessment

Stage 2
Stage descriptions
PCP self-assessment
Stage descriptions, indicators and assessment
PCP-FMD
Assessment
Indicators
Regional Roadmap Meeting 2012
Monitoring/Evaluation
4 issues
4.
Non-prescriptive
Outcome-oriented, evidence based
Risk-based approach
Continuous monitoring of effectiveness
PCP Principles
Source: 2011 WRL Annual report
To assist FMD-endemic countries to progressively reduce the impact of FMD and the load of FMD virus.
FMD endemic countries
Infrastructure, climate, size, density, culture.....
Veterinary services organization
Virus strains, control policies
And similarities
Lack access to important markets
Limited resources
Factors associated with testing Positive in a calf
W. Azerbaijan serosurvey: Multivariable model
Background
5
How to proceed from here, today
Non-prescriptive
Risk-based approach

Monitor effectiveness
Stage 1
Risk assessment
Putting it together: define high risk to focus limited resources
Understanding Context
Governance of FMD control
It needs time
to change in
attitude
of veterinary staff
from administrative control to
disease control
from a top down approach to
stakeholder participation
including handing over responsibilities
it requires FMD control taken up into
law and regulations
and with appropriate
law enforcement
to
raise awareness
with farmers and other stakeholders
to
advocate
for multi-years budget allocation
Enabling environment
Follow-up needed: the PCP-FMD road ahead is unclear (by nature): it requires strong view and clear mission
Discussion with each country individually
on activities and progress in 2012/2013
KURA Room
Chris Bartels
Melissa McLaws
Diversity
Acknowledgements:

EuFMD - Keith Sumption and team
FAO and FMD Working Group
OIE - Joseph Domenech and team
Colleagues from Veterinary Services in Iran & Turkey
Needs for formats on
FMD control strategy plan
Key monitoring indicators for evaluation
implementation
effectiveness
Value chain analysis
Impact assessment
Organisation of FMD control
Law and regulations
Risk management
implement risk-based control measures such that impact of FMD is reduced in one or more sectors and/or in one or more zones
to gain understanding of epidemiology of FMD in the country and developed a risk-based approach to reduce impact of FMD
Stage 3
Progressive reduction in outbreak incidence followed by elimination of FMDvirus circulation in domestic animals in at least one zone of the country
Stage 4
to maintain zero tolerance of FMD within the country / zone and eventually achieve OIE recognition of "FMD free with vaccination"
Stage 5
to maintain zero tolerance of FMD within the country / zone and eventually achieve OIE recognition of "FMD free without vaccination"
For implementation
For impact on
FMD occurrence
Descriptive as opposed to prescriptive
Evidence-based progress
Transparent to others
Stage 1
Distribution of FMD infection
over past 12 months
clinical reports on FMD
Stage 2
- Vaccination coverage
- Post-vaccination monitoring - SP surveys
- Detailed description of measures taken
- biosecurity,
- animal movement restrictions
- quarantine
- Further developing enabling environment:
- 33 critical competencies PVS on:
- General management of VS
- Animal health
- Veterinary public health
- Laboratory capacity
- Trade
- Resources
Stage 3
- Strategic plan to eliminate FMD from zone or sector
Stage 4/5
- OIE set guidelines and provisions
- clinical reports on FMD
- summary of lab results
- sero-survey on FMD infection
- FMD strain characteristics
Understanding of
the epidemiology
- value chain analysis
- economic impact studies
- working hypothesis
To move to Stage 2,
strategic plan
- risk-based FMD control plan
with aim to reduce impact of FMD
in at least one zone or husbandry sector
Control measures implemented
and
control measures monitored
Effect of control on impact
- estimate economic impact on most important production systems
- vaccine matching
- incidence of clinical outbreaks
- laboratory results
- sero-surveys
To move to Stage 3
more aggressive control plan
Improving enabling environment
Aggressive control strategy in place
- rationale of how FMD circulation will be eliminated in at least one area
Control measures implemented
and
control measures monitored
- Vaccination coverage
- Post-vaccination monitoring - SP serosurveys
- Detailed description of measures taken
- biosecurity,
- animal movement restrictions
- quarantine
- Relevant Standard operating procedures (SOPs)
Early detection and rapid response
for all FMD outbreaks
- SOPs for outbreak investigation and response
- origin of FMD outbreak is known & investigated
- number of secondary cases are limited
Control measures are effective
- vaccine matching
- incidence of clinical FMD compared with previous years
if no clinical FMD, evidence from FMD serosurveys on FMD infection and change over time
Improving enabling environment
- Continued developing enabling environment:
To move to Stage 4
- There is body of evidence that FMD virus is not circulating
endemically in domestic animals in the country or zone
Indicator Evidence to bring
Indicator Evidence to bring
Indicator Evidence to bring
Indicator Evidence to bring
Indicator Evidence to bring
Indicator Evidence to bring
Indicator Evidence to bring
Indicator Evidence to bring
Monitoring and evaluation
Indicator Evidence to bring
- Further developing enabling environment:
- 33 critical competencies PVS on:
- General management of VS
- Animal health
- Veterinary public health
- Laboratory capacity
- Trade
- Resources
Improving enabling environment
Time Team 1 Team 2

3.30 Afghanistan Azarbaijan
3.50 Georgia Iran
4.10 Kyrgyz Iraq
4.40 Pakistan Kazakhstan
5.00 Syria Turkey
5.20 Tajikistan
Results from assessment and interviews are input for provisional assignment of PCP-Stages

These will be further discussed on Thursday,
Roadmap revision: progress to 2025

In between, please:
- fill out the expected progress between 2013 and 2025
- HELPDESK: on lab (WELNET) and EPI subjects, contact
Eoin Ryan and Klaas Dietze
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