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PCP-FMD: Development

involved with the implementation of the EuFMD component 3.2 (workplan 2013-2017) on promotion of the Progressive Control Pathway for Foot-and-Mouth Disease (PCP-FMD).

 

The objective is to enhance the international capacity for the application of the PCP-FMD through development of tools, guidelines and knowledge transfer.

 

Specific outcomes are:

  • PCP toolbox developed for PCP-FMD user community, including guiding documents developed for joint FAO/OIE application;

  • System for training PCP-FMD experts well established and supported by resources.

Activities

DEVELOPMENT OF GUIDELINES FOR PCP-FMD

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Contractor: EuFMD.

Areas:  Several.

Direct beneficiaries:  Global animal health community.

 

Duration of activity:  2012 -2018

 

  • Second version of the PCP-FMD guidelines, see this page
     

  • New online tool to self-assess a country's progressive FMD control, see this page

DEVELOPMENT OF TOOLBOX FOR PCP-FMD

Technical notes on FMD outbreak investig

Contractor: EuFMD.

Areas:  Several.

Direct beneficiaries:  Global animal health community.

 

Duration of activity:  2012 -2018

  • Guidelines and templates developed for countries aiming to progress on the PCP-FMD

  • Toolbox of notes on technical issues such as:

    • outbreak investigation - click here

    • post-vaccination monitoring

    • sero-survey design

    • economic impact analysis

    • stakeholder identification & mapping & engagement

  • Examples of forms for outbreak investigation, sample submission as well as posters and brochures as extension materials. 

 

DEVELOPMENT OF E-LEARNING MODULES ON PCP-FMD

Contractor: EuFMD.

Areas:  E-learning, training.

Direct beneficiaries:  Global animal health community.

 

Duration of activity:  From Spring 2015

In October 2016, Open Access Courses on the PCP-FMD were launched
Click here for "What is the PCP-FMD?" and scroll down a little

Click here for "Introduction to the PCP-FMD" (and scroll down a little)

The primary focus in on PCP-FMD Stage 1 to progress to stage 2. Modules focus on the 8 expected outcomes of stage 1, which will lead to identification of risk hotspots and subsequently, the design of a risk-based strategy plan.

 

Experiences from working in endemic countries are used to define modules.

 

With thanks to the LLNL-AHW-GOVS project, these modules are now also available in Arabic language 

 

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