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integrating mobile systems surveillance reporting and information management

by Veterinary Services in Kenya

Integrating Mobile Systems Surveillance, Reporting and Information Management

Dr David Ojigo- Department of Veterinary Services,Kenyadavidhezron@yahoo.com

Dr Chris DabornFAO Ke Consultant / OIE accredited Expert

international oie obligatory reporting requirement
International [OIE] obligatory reporting requirement:
  • First occurrence of an OIE listed disease
  • Re-occurrence of a listed disease
  • First occurrence of a new strain of a pathogen of a listed disease
  • A sudden and unexpected increase in the distribution, incidence, morbidity or mortality of a listed disease.
  • An emerging disease with significant morbidity or mortality or zoonotic potential
  • Evidence of change in the epidemiology of a listed disease (host range, pathogenicity, strain) in particular if there is a zoonotic impact.

Within 24hrs

situational analysis by the dvs
Situational analysis by the DVS
  • Reviews by Mogoa & Wekesa [2010], Daborn &Ojigo [2011]
  • Recommended :-
    • Increase resource allocation – Technical, Financial & Human
    • Strengthen institutional framework - Public / Private partnerships
    • Improve communications – Mobile Devices, ICT Capacity building
    • Review Policy –Support/recognition for frontline personnel
    • Incentives needed – feedback, reward, facilitation
    • Production systems – tailored surveillance systems required
formation of the livestock surveillance and reporting working group lsrwg
Formation of the Livestock Surveillance and Reporting Working Group [LSRWG]
  • Formed Oct 2010 to oversee a DVS intersectional response to the surveillance system reviews - 9th meeting held 17th May 2011
  • Outputs to date of the LSRWG include:
    • Unified DVO monthly report
    • List of priority / OIE diseases for surveillance and reporting
    • ICT Inventory Vet HQ
    • fibre-optic connection to Vet HQ
    • ICT capacity building proposal linked to PAS and CPD points
    • Livestock Surveillance, Reporting and Information Management [LISRIM] programme planned
    • Formation of 4 Task forces [TF] and definition of TF TORs
dvs dpt mpt experience
DVS - DPT / MPT Experience
  • DPT piloted in 5 Districts 2008 – 2009
  • DPT Extended to 29 Districts 2010
  • Nokia Data Gatherer [NDG] introduced for Zero Reporting 2011
  • LISRIM-Limuru 2011 – Pre-LISRIM pilot testing by DVO Limuru of:
    • Mobile phones and Laptop computers for reporting
    • Which Phone and which Laptop for which purpose
    • Which software – NDG, Episurveyor, Epicollect, FrontlineSMS, RapidSMS
    • Which Spreadsheet / Database –Excel, Access
way forward
Way forward
  • Strengthen purpose, function and status of the LSRWG within the DVS
  • Give priority to ICTcapacity building within the VS HQ and for both public and private AHSPs
  • CPD training programme to include disease recognition, reporting and information management
  • Re-establish DVO laboratories for field diagnostics
way forward cont
Way forward [Cont]
  • Provide tangible incentives to capture animal health information from the PVT sector
  • Develop policy and strategy to enhance the reporting potential of frontline staff
  • Link the submission of reports to the receipt of information [feedback]
  • Continue piloting and transition to integrated, user friendly and cost effective mobile systems for reporting and information management
engagement
Engagement

Acknowledgements:With grateful appreciation of the assistance and advice from colleagues in the DVS, KVB, KVA, Veterinary Faculty, FAO Kenya and key stakeholders in the livestock sector