Training of FAO and OIE staff on the principles and application of the PCP-FMD:
Development of a PCP-FMD simulation exercise "Aphtostania". For more information click the image
Facilitation of regional FMD roadmaps meetings under the Global framework for Transboudary Diseases (GfTADs):
Role as FMD expert to assess country´s progess on FMD control
FACILITATOR IN MEETINGS AND WORKSHOPS
Contractor: University of Liverpool and FAO-Pakistan
Direct beneficiaries: Staff of FAO-Pakistan, federal and provincial directors of veterinary services in Pakistan
Duration of activity: 2020
Provided input into a workshop on PCP-FMD, specifically to appraise the progress implementing the current risk-based strategic plan and discuss what is needed to enter PCP stage 3
Contribute to the production of an update to the national FMD control strategy for entering PCP stage 3
Areas: West-Eurasia, South Asia, Eastern Africa
Direct beneficiaries: Staff of FAO in regions, veterinary staff of national veterinary services
Duration of activity: from 2014-2018
In 2014, training of staff at FAO headquarters and FAO regional staff in Eastern Africa.
A methodology of continued training is under development to accredit trainees to conduct PCP-FMD training and workshops in support to national veterinary services progress FMD control.
Contractors: EuFMD, FAO, OIE
Areas: West-Eurasia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Middle East and Northern Africa, Eastern Africa
Direct beneficiaries: veterinary services of countries in regions
Duration of activity: from 2011 - 2018
During the Regional Roadmap meetings on FMD, representatives of the national veterinary services of countries in the region convene to present current FMD situation and discuss anticipated progress of FMD control for 10-20 years ahead
Direct beneficiaries: People interested in PCP-FMD (national veterinary services, NGOs, international organisations, universities)
As a tool to actually apply the principles of PCP-FMD, a simulation exercise is developed based on a hypothetical endemic FMD situation, in a country called "Aphtostania". The key learning objectives are:
Conducting risk analysis using multiple sources of information;
Collaboration: working in a team (delegation of tasks, decision making, creative thinking);
Consultation of stakeholders (private and public) to safeguard support for the FMD control plan.
For more information, click on the image.