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GRF 2nd One Health Summit 2013: Presentation by Alain Dehove, OIE - World Organisation for Animal Health, FR

GRF 2nd One Health Summit 2013: Presentation by Alain Dehove, OIE - World Organisation for Animal Health, FR

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  • 1. Plenary VI: Implementation of a Global One Health Approach – The Way Forward The OIE PVS Pathway & Notification of Animal Diseases Davos, Switzerland 17-20 November 2013 Dr Alain Dehove, Coordinator of the OIE World Animal Health and Welfare Fund
  • 2. The OIE PVS Pathway
  • 3. OIE international standards International standard setting organisations SPS Agreement Animal Health OIE Food Safety CODEX Plant Health IPPC OIE international standards, guidelines and recommendations for animal health (including zoonoses) Including standards on quality of Veterinary Services and/or Aquatic Animal Health Services 3
  • 4. The PVS Pathway OIE PVS Pathway is a continuous process aiming to sustainably improve compliance of Veterinary Services with international standards and their sustainable efficiency 4
  • 5. The PVS Pathway “Treatment” Capacity Building, Specific Activities, Projects and Programs Veterinary Legislation " Diagnosis " PVS Evaluation " Prescription " Public / Private Partnerships PVS Gap Analysis Veterinary Education including Veterinary Services’ Strategic Priorities Laboratories The OIE collaborates with governments, donors and other stakeholders 5 PVS Pathway Follow-Up Missions
  • 6. OIE PVS Tool 4 fundamental components Market Access Human, Technical Interaction Physical, Capability with Financial and Interested Resources Authority Critical competencies (6 - 18) Parties 47 in total 5 levels of advancement 6
  • 7. Initial PVS Evaluation Missions (Nov. 2013) > 70% of OIE Members OIE Members PVS Evaluation requests received PVS Evaluation missions implemented Reports available for (restricted) Publication on the OIE website Africa 52 53 50 39 8 Americas 29 25 22 18 8 Asia, the Far East and Oceania 32 19 18 11 1 Europe 53 16 16 12 1 Middle East 12 12 11 5 1 178 125 117 85 19 TOTAL 7
  • 8. Overview of initial PVS Evaluation missions State of play (up to 5 November 2013) Mission requested Mission completed 8 Report Available Specific approach
  • 9. PVS Gap Analysis Missions (Nov. 2013) > 72% of OIE Members (in PVS) OIE Members PVS Gap Analysis requests received PVS Gap Analysis missions implemented PVS Gap Analysis reports received Reports available for (restricted) Africa 52 43 36 36 22 Americas 29 15 11 10 10 Asia, the Far East and Oceania 32 16 11 11 8 Europe 53 8 6 6 2 Middle East 12 8 4 4 0 178 90 68 67 41 TOTAL 9
  • 10. PVS Gap Analysis Tool (PVS Costing Tool) 5 PVS Gap Analysis Pillars Veterinary Public Health TRADE 1 (CC: II-4) VPH 1 (CC: II-8.A) TRADE 2 (CC: II-12.A) VPH 2 (CC: II-8.B) TRADE 3 (CC: II-12.B) VPH 3 (CC: II-8.C) TRADE 4 (CC: IV-4) VPH 4 (CC: II-9) TRADE 5 (CC: IV-5) VPH 5 (CC: II-10) TRADE 6 (CC: IV-6) VPH 6 (CC: II-11) TRADE 7 (CC: IV-7) VPH Sub-total TRADE 8 (CC: IV-8) Trade Sub-total Trade Veterinary Laboratories LAB 1 (CC: II-1.A) LAB 2 (CC: II-1.B) LAB 3 (CC: II-2) VL Sub-total Animal Health AH 1 (CC: II-5.A) AH 2 (CC: II-5.B) AH 3 (CC: II-6) AH 4 (CC: II-7) AH 5 (CC: II-13) AH Sub-total Management of Veterinary Services General competencies MVS MVS MVS MVS MVS MVS MVS MVS MVS 5 levels of advancement (1 - 5) 47 critical competencies 10 (CC: (CC: (CC: (CC: (CC: (CC: (CC: (CC: (CC: I-4) I-5) I-6A) I-6B) II-3) III-4) III-5.A) III-5.B) III-6) Cross-cutting issues MVS (CC: MVS (CC: MVS (CC: MVS (CC: MVS (CC: MVS (CC: MVS (CC: MVS (CC: MVS (CC: MVS (CC: MVS Sub-total I-2.A) I-2.B) I-3) I-11) III-1) III-2) III-3) IV-1) IV-2) IV-3)
  • 11. Overview of PVS Gap Analysis missions State of play (up to 5 November 2013) Mission requested Mission completed 11 Report Available
  • 12. Veterinary Legislation Missions (Nov. 2013) > 37% of OIE Members (in PVS) OIE Members PVS Legislation mission requests received PVS Legislation missions implemented PVS Legislation documents received Africa 52 27 18 17 Americas 29 7 5 4 Asia, the Far East and Oceania 32 5 5 5 Europe 53 3 2 2 Middle East 12 4 4 4 178 46 34 32 TOTAL 12
  • 13. Overview of Veterinary Legislation Missions State of play (up to 5 November 2013) Mission requested Mission completed 13
  • 14. PVS Pathway Indicators The PVS Pathway is a “system of measurement and evaluation that is an effective foundation for improving animal and public health at the national, regional, and international levels” (Chris Elias, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, May 2013, OIE World Assembly) (External) assessment system and contribution to a set of simple metrics and an objective to drive investments and reach global health security goals, while supporting the implementation of existing international obligations, regulations and standards, such as the World Health Organization (WHO) International Health Regulations, and the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) Performance of Veterinary Services (PVS) Pathway 14
  • 15. Notification of animal diseases
  • 16. Global disease surveillance and transparency 178 OIE Members are responsible for global animal disease surveillance and must report significant disease events to the OIE (listed diseases and emerging events) Information comes from reports sent by Member Countries (immediate disease notifications and follow-up reports; sixmonthly reports and annual reports) OIE disseminates official reports from Members to all Members and to the public via an alert system Public access to the World Animal Health Information Database (WAHID) = all data collected through the OIE's World Animal Health Information System (WAHIS) 16
  • 17. Global disease surveillance and transparency OIE tracks rumours on a daily basis and validates this information through official contacts Critical to verify information collected so that appropriate decisions and mitigation measures can be taken (cost of false alerts can be extremely high) Connectivity of Regional Information Systems (ADIS (EU), ARIS (IBAR), ARAHIS (ASEAN), …) with existing Global Animal Health Information Systems (WAHIS) GLEWS (Global Early Warning System): combines rumour tracking of OIE, WHO and FAO 17
  • 18. Thank you for your attention Organisation Mondiale de la Santé Animale World Organisation for Animal Health Organización Mundial de Sanidad Animal Contact person: Dr Alain Dehove • a.dehove@oie.int 12 rue de Prony, F-75017 Paris, France • www.oie.int • oie@oie.int 18 18