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The West-Eurasia FMD Roadmap OIE seminar for Newly Appointed Delegates, Brussels, February 18-20 2014. N. Leboucq OIE sub-regional Representative based in Brussels. Developed in 2008 by EUFMD Joint FAO-OIE-EuFMD tool in 2011 Progressively increase the level of FMD control

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the west eurasia fmd roadmap oie seminar for newly appointed delegates brussels february 18 20 2014
The West-Eurasia FMD Roadmap OIE seminar for Newly Appointed Delegates,Brussels, February 18-20 2014

N. LeboucqOIE sub-regional Representative based in Brussels

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Developed in 2008 by EUFMD

  • Joint FAO-OIE-EuFMD tool in 2011
  • Progressively increase the level of FMD control
  • 5 stages / each stage has well-defined outcomes, which may be achieved through a variety of activities (non prescriptive approach)
  • Linked to OIE work
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http://www.oie.int/eng/A_FMD2012/Docs/Altogether%20FMDcontrol_strategy27June.pdfhttp://www.oie.int/eng/A_FMD2012/Docs/Altogether%20FMDcontrol_strategy27June.pdf

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 Regional Roadmaps: describe the anticipated progress along the PCP at national and regional level over the longer term

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14 countries involved:

Turkey, Iran, Irak, Syria, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan.

The West Eurasia FMD roadmap covers the virus pool 3 countries

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West Eurasia FMD Roadmap

  • Developed – Shiraz, Iran, 2008
  • 2009 – 1st Roadmap meeting
  • 2010 – 2nd Roadmap meeting
  • 2012 – 3rd Roadmap meeting
  • 2013 – 4th Roadmap meeting
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West Eurasian Roadmap meetings

  • Objectives
  • Share information on FMD virus circulation (national and regional level) in the region to assist planning of preventive measures in the short term
  • Review progress along the Regional Roadmap towards the vision of Shiraz 2008 ‘Free from clinical FMD by 2020’  assessment + planification
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Assessment procedure

  • Each country completes the PCP checklist prior to the Roadmap meeting
  • Countries should come to the meeting with evidence to justify the checklist answers
  • During the meeting, countries are ‘interviewed’ by a Regional Advisory Group
  • At the conclusion of the meeting, a Stage is assigned to the country (may be provisional)
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Planification

  • Countries should answers the following questions:
  • How to progress within and to the next stage?
  • What are the main challenges to progress and how van these be overcome to maintain the current stage and/or to progress to the next one?
  • What external support do you need to progress?
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What is next?

  • 5th West-Eurasia FMD Roadmap meeting (Astana/Kazakhstan, 28-30 April 2014)
  • Under development: OIE-FAO Global Strategy for the control of PPR; similar progressive control approach (4 stages?)