Update on animal health component 1.1

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Presented by Phil Toye at the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish Planning meeting, Nairobi, 27-29 September 2011

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Update on animal health component 1.1

  1. 1. CRP 3.7Update on animal health component 1.1 Phil Toye (ILRI) Component 1.1: Animal Health CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish Planning Meeting ILRI Nairobi 27-29 September 2011
  2. 2. General Implementation Strategy• Focus on vaccines, diagnostics and biosecurityprotocols for infectious diseases• Two interdependent activities 1. VC assessment (Th. 2) • infectious disease constraints • policy & institutional constraints 2. Current projects (generic platforms)
  3. 3. Overall Outcomes• Development of better systems to deliver existingand forthcoming vaccines• Development of better vaccines and diagnosticstargeted on priority diseases in selected value chains• Development of appropriate biosecurity systems• Development of delivery systems that increaseaccess to animal health services to women livestockkeepers, and poor smallholders
  4. 4. Overall Outcomes• Improved systems and capacities for monitoringevolution, introduction and spread of pathogens (CRP4.3)
  5. 5. Existing Projects• East Coast fever – vaccine • support of current vaccine • development of subunit vaccine • generic platforms – • antigen identification • antigen delivery systems • challenge trials • vaccine deliveryResources: Various - $ 1.37M
  6. 6. Existing Projects• CBPP – vaccine & diagnostic • development of subunit vaccine • development of diagnostic assay • generic platforms • antigen i/d and delivery • diagnostic assay platforms • challenge trials • vaccine / diagnostic delivery, modellingResources: Various - $ 1.76 M
  7. 7. Existing Projects• African swine fever – biosecurity, diagnostics • transmission dynamics • social networks • rapid diagnosis • generic platforms - • diagnostic assay platforms • epidemiology for interventionResources: Various - $ 1.24 M
  8. 8. Existing Projects• Peste des petits ruminants – vaccine • thermostabilization • vaccine delivery • generic platforms • thermostabilization • epidemiology • control programsResources: $ 1.76 M
  9. 9. Existing Projects• Porcine cysticercosis / trypanosomiasis –diagnostics (CRP4.3) • pen-side assay • generic platforms • rapid diagnostic assay technology • antigen identificationResources: $ 125k
  10. 10. Existing Projects• Field studies – VC assessment (CRP4.3) • IDEAL, PAZ, AVID, ESEI • generic platforms • verification of PE, surveys • samples • biobankingResources: IFAD impending; 0.5M
  11. 11. Existing Projects• ICARDA • Dairy goat – Afghanistan (40% of 180k) • CBBP sheep – Ethiopia (15% of 700k, impending)Resources: $ 177k
  12. 12. Existing Projects• CIAT • Martens – Colombia (15% of 81k) • Martens – Pig in Colombia (75% of 82k, impending) • Peters – Dairy in Col., Nic., (5% of 2580k impending) • van der Hoek - USDA FFPr in Nic., (5% of 200k, impending)Resources: $ 12 / 200 k
  13. 13. Outputs East Coast fever – vaccine2012• Composition of ITM and comparison to fieldstrains• Comparative genomics2013• CTL adjuvants• CTL response (antigens, MHC)
  14. 14. Outputs CBPP – diagnostics and vaccine2012• Candidate diagnostic antigens• Validated challenge model2013• Validated diagnostic antigens• Candidate vaccine antigens
  15. 15. Outputs ASF – biosecurity, diagnostics2013• Improved understanding transmissiondynamics of ASF virus and socialnetworks of pig producers2014• Improved biosecurity protocols• Improved assays for ASF diagnosis
  16. 16. Outputs PPR – vaccine2012• Validated thermostabilization protocol2013Improved understanding of animal healthservice delivery options, especially forPPR
  17. 17. Outputs World Fish2012• Policy advice on control of spread ofdisease developed.
  18. 18. Outputs CIAT2012• Establish comprehensive baseline informationon the impacts on production and economics ofpig diseases and potential disease measures(including reports on A. pig productionactivities and diseases for target areas; B. Costeffective disease control including CSFvaccination strategies implemented withserological monitoring to assess degree ofprotection and optimise vaccination
  19. 19. Outputs Value chain analysis (Theme 2)2012• Initial rapid assessment of technology gaps,epidemiological patterns, economic importance andinstitutional limitations in mitigating animal diseaseconstraints in target value chains.2013• Identification of combinations of technology,epidemiological knowledge and institutional changeto solve specific animal health problems
  20. 20. Outcomes2012 / 2013• Improved aquaculture biosafety and biosecuritymeasures adopted and being used• Prevention of alien pathogens by control ofintroduction alien species for aquaculture•Vaccine and diagnostic assay researchers and/ormanufacturers using data and antigens to design,make or ascertain the prospects for new orimproved animal technologies of benefit in thetarget value chains.
  21. 21. Outcomes2012 / 2013 (cont.)• International, regional and national authoritiesand researchers using the data to develop anddisseminate improved biosecurity protocols.• Productivity and economic returns of villagepig systems and reduce the risks to human healthalong the market chain in SE Asia and EasternAfrica are improved
  22. 22. Partners• Academic• Commercial• Development• International / regional
  23. 23. Priorities for Resource Mobilization2012Identify gaps in funding to achieve outputs andtarget potential sourcesRecruit FTE to undertake VCA (Th. 2)
  24. 24. Priorities for Organizational, Capacity Development and Communication ActivitiesEnsure collaborative links with FAO, CIRAD andothers are functioning wellRestructure team to match needs identified in VCassessment exerciseDevelop effective, sustainable communicationstrategies to link researchers with value chainparticipants to identify needs
  25. 25. Priorities for Organizational, Capacity Development and Communication ActivitiesDevelop effective, sustainable communicationstrategies to link researchers across value chains tofacilitate development of solutions anddissemination of resultsSeek further integration of ILRI led work in Ugandaand Viet Nam with CIAT led activities in SE Asia

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