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  1. Patrick BASTIAENSEN VETERINARY STATUTORY BODIES IN AFRICA

  2. Zakary RHISSAMarkus AMANG AVONG Rebone MOERANETheresa PONELLA-MLELWAWondwosen ASFAWRachid BOUGUEDOURWalter MASIGA

  3. 83% Participation of countries Participation of vet. councils 97%

  4. RESULTS

  5. RESULTS 67% Vet. Councils are present in : of countries

  6. More than 10,000 From 1,000 to 9,999 From 100 to 999 From 10 to 99

  7. COMPLIANCE

  8. …regulates veterinarians and vet. para-professionals …determines the minimum standardsof education …determines the standards of professional conduct

  9. Enquiries into professionnal misconduct Sentencing of Membersfollowingenquiry Summoning or warning Publication of results of an enquiry Enquiriesintoillegal exercice of the profession

  10. DISCUSSION

  11. Compliance of the VSBs with OIE standards is low (43%) • Annual budgets may vary from USD 75 – 800,000 (independence ?) • Line Ministries play a passive to active role (independence ?) DISCUSSION

  12. Compliance of the VSBs with OIE standards is low (43%) • Annual budgets may vary from USD 75 – 800,000 (independence ?) • Line Ministries play a passive to active role (independence ?) • Countries with no VSB : delays in adopting legislation • Little cross-border or regional cooperation or harminisation

  13. IN CONCLUSION

  14. IN CONCLUSION • Scarcity of resources, • Veterinary profession largely dominated by the public services • Low awareness of stakeholders • Functional VSB’s require the rule of law, democracy and the strict separa-tionof the three powers of the State.

  15. IN CONCLUSION • Continue raising general awareness of requirements for good governan-ce of the veterinary services, • Establish VSB’s in countries that have not yet done so, • Improve compliance with OIE standards in other countries • Improve linkages between VSBs and VEEs in order to strengthen the grip of VSBs on the supply and demand.

  16. IN CONCLUSION • Regional coordination and harmonisation is critical • Continental oversight ? • Learn from what VEEs are doing • Engage in twinning of VSBs

  17. Marie Edan • Maud Carron • Sarah Kahn