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Sharing the best practices on emergency preparedness

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A World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) sub-regional workshop aimed to sharing the best practices on emergency preparedness, encouraging public–private collaboration, and building capacity to OIE Members to mobilise resources more effectively and develop their national emergency preparedness plan, was held in Bangkok, Thailand, in August 2019.

To access the presentations given during the workshop, please follow the links below.

Why preparedness is important. Chadia Wannous, Coordinator, Towards A Safer World Network (TASW).
Experience from Malaysia on the avian influenza emergency management.
Experience from Indonesia on the rabies introduction emergency management.
OIE Standards and PVS and FAO Good Emergency Management Practice (GEMP). John Weaver, veterinary consultant and OIE PVS expert.
Good Emergency Management Practice (GEMP). Ludovic Plée, Emergency Management Centre for Animal Health (EMC–AH), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
OIE PVS review of the African swine fever (ASF) preparedness in South-East Asia. John Weaver, veterinary consultant and OIE PVS expert.
Welfare guidelines and emergency preparedness. Ashish Sutar, OIE Sub-Regional Representation for South-East Asia.
Role of the OIE Reference Laboratories in emergency preparedness. David Williams, Australian Animal Health Laboratory (AAHL).
Face emergencies: preparing logistics and resources in peace time. Chadia Wannous, Coordinator, Towards A Safer World Network (TASW).
Depopulation, Disposal and Decontamination (3D) activities on an infected premises. Duncan Worsfold, 3D Technical Specialist, Victoria, Australia.
Value chain analysis – Identifying risk and designing interventions for African swine fever (ASF). Damian Tago Pacheco, Regional Animal Health Economist, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
ASF Risk Communication: The Philippine Experience. Edna Zenaida Villacorte, Chairperson, National Advisory Committee for Animal Disease Control and Emergency (NAC-ADCE).

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