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Panorama ResourcesUsing economic data to drive prioritisation, strategic planning and performance monitoring of animal health interventions

Resources Posted on 2021-08-16 11:15:08

Using economic data to drive prioritisation, strategic planning and performance monitoring of animal health interventions

International organisation panel discussion

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During the 87th General Session of the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), in May 2019, a panel which included participants from the World Trade Organization (WTO), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Bank Group was dedicated to ‘Using economic data to drive prioritisation, strategic planning and performance monitoring of animal health interventions’. On this occasion, Prof. Jonathan Rushton, Director of the Global Burden of Animal Diseases (GBADs) programme described the current use of economics in animal health, how the project will support improved data management, and ultimately how the information provided can contribute to the strengthening of Veterinary Services.

The presentation of the GBADs project and the stakeholder panel discussion are displayed on the video below. In addition, a full summary of the presentation and the discussion is available in the final report of the 87th General Session, from paragraph 60 to paragraph 89.

Related informations to article

  • Visit the website of the GBADs programme

  • Roll-out of the Global Burden of Animal Diseases programme

    Article published in The Lancet
  • The economics of animal health: direct and indirect costs of animal disease outbreaks

    Technical item presented during the 84th General Session of the OIE

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The OIE is an international organisation created in 1924 with a mandate from its 182 Members to improve animal health and welfare. Its activities are permanently supported by 329 centres of scientific expertise and 13 regional offices with a presence on every continent.

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L’OIE est une organisation internationale créée en 1924. Ses 182 Membres lui ont donné pour mandat d’améliorer la santé et le bien-être animal. Elle agit avec l’appui permanent de 329 centres d’expertise scientifique et 13 implantations régionales présents sur tous les continents.

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La OIE es una organización internacional creada en 1924. Sus 182 Miembros le han dado el mandato de mejorar la sanidad y el bienestar animal. Opera con el apoyo permanente de 329 centros de pericia científica y 13 oficinas regionales presentes en todos los continentes.