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  1. 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

  2. From Pen and Paper

  3. To Digital Pen and Mobile Phone

  4. To Computer and Database

  5. To Mapped Data

  6. 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

  7. To inform Veterinary Services Management

  8. To inform Stakeholders in the Livestock Sector

  9. ….and to disseminate the true value of Livestock to both GDP and Livelihoods

  10. 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

  11. 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

  12. 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

  13. Analysis of disease surveillance data

  14. Organs condemned - Livers

  15. Hides and Skins Data

  16. 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

  17. 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

  18. 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

  19. AHSANTE SANA