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AHI. Avian and Human Influenza Pandemic Preparedness. Pandemic Preparedness for the Humanitarian Community With the Pandemic Influenza Contingency (PIC) Support Team. Rome, June 28, 2007. Framework. Framework. Challenges. Approach. Implementation. Planning Framework – 4 Objectives. 1.

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Avian and human influenza pandemic preparedness

AHI

Avian and Human Influenza

Pandemic Preparedness

Pandemic Preparedness

for the Humanitarian Community

With the Pandemic Influenza Contingency (PIC) Support Team

Rome, June 28, 2007


Avian and human influenza pandemic preparedness

Framework

Framework

Challenges

Approach

Implementation

Planning Framework – 4 Objectives

1

A

B

Staff Health and Safety

Business Continuity

Implement measures that may minimize impact on Staff health and safety

Maintain operational continuity (programme and infrastructure)

C

D

New Services

New Programmes

Contribute to a system-wide effort to prepare for, prevent and combat AHI

Identify and address food security needs of possible new beneficiary caseloads


Avian and human influenza pandemic preparedness

Framework

Challenges

Challenges

Approach

Implementation

Possible Pandemic Timeline

~ 2-3 weeks

~ 12-18 months

3

4

5

6

1

Prep.

Mode

Crisis

Mode

Crisis

Mode

Crisis

Mode

Lockdown

Mode

Lockdown

Mode

~ 4-6 weeks

~ 4-6 weeks

Key planning considerations

  • Time-scale – not a single event!!

  • Long term norms change

  • Tested / resilient systems


Avian and human influenza pandemic preparedness

Framework

Challenges

Challenges

Approach

Implementation

Market Disruptions

1

1

  • Market Changes:

    • Commodities, Services, Staff, Fuel

    • Supply & demand will be affected (therefore Price)

    • Imposed restrictions (borders, freedom of movement, protectionism)

  • Increase in demand for humanitarian logistics services:

    • Increased complexity of supplying existing humanitarian crises

    • New Humanitarian crises

    • Geographic spread of the needs

Logistics Challenges

2

2

Sea (shipping, port operations)

Surface (road, train, borders crossings)

Air transport (cargo, humanitarian workers, evacuation)

Storage


Avian and human influenza pandemic preparedness

Approach

Framework

Challenges

Approach

Implementation

Prioritization

1

1

Partnerships

2

2

3

3

Planning


Avian and human influenza pandemic preparedness

Approach

Framework

Challenges

Approach

Implementation

Prioritization

1

1

  • Using MapleCroft approach

  • Based on FAO, WHO, WB, OiE data

  • Hardship classification done by ICSC

    (International Civil Service Commission)


Avian and human influenza pandemic preparedness

Approach

Framework

Challenges

Approach

Implementation

Prioritization

1

1


Avian and human influenza pandemic preparedness

Approach

Framework

Challenges

Approach

Implementation

Prioritization

1

1


Avian and human influenza pandemic preparedness

Approach

Framework

Challenges

Approach

Implementation

Partnerships

2

2

  • Humanitarian Partners:

    • To anticipate needs & capacities

    • To understand and manage expectations

  • Private Sector:

    • To understand their BCP

    • To build strategic partnerships

  • Civil and Military:

    • To understand their role in quarantine enforcement

    • To anticipate use of Military & Civil Defense assets (nat’l & internat’l)

  • Partners in Pandemic Preparedness:

    • UNSIC, PICs, participating Agencies and Donors

    • to ensure the Log’s CONOPS is in support to the overarching objectives of the UN System


Avian and human influenza pandemic preparedness

Approach

Framework

Challenges

Approach

Implementation

In order to support National

Preparedness and Response

Minimize a

pandemic’s impact onStaff Health & Safety

In order to maintain

and sustain

Operation capacity

3

3

Planning

  • Common objectives

  • Common planning standard

    => Based on similar guidelines

    => Global contingency planning effort

  • Anchored on UNCT paradigm

    => Inter-Agency

    => Country-specific


Avian and human influenza pandemic preparedness

Implementation

The Threat

Preparedness

Prioritization

Logistics

Next Steps – Implementation plans

Share:

  • planning assumptions

  • baseline data

    Engage and test:

  • Ensure engagement of all stakeholders

  • Consolidate a civil society ownership

  • Test assumptions and plans

  • Develop protocols (SOPs)

    Aim for:

  • Multi-sectorial joint operation response

  • Robustness and flexibility

  • Reinforced resilience of the systems

A

B

C


Avian and human influenza pandemic preparedness

AHI

Avian and Human Influenza

Pandemic Preparedness

Pandemic Preparedness

for the Humanitarian Community

With the Pandemic Influenza Contingency (PIC) Support Team

Rome, June 28, 2007


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