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Panorama ResourcesBuilding capacity for emergency management through transparency and solidarity

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Building capacity for emergency management through transparency and solidarity

OIE Project – Final Report

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Authors: Mirzet Sabirovic & Dorothy Geale

World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE)
March 2018

46 pages

This study has been developed with the financial assistance of the WMD Threat Reduction Program – Global Affairs Canada.

Objectives
This work focuses on the two key areas aimed at national Veterinary Services’ capacity to prevent, detect and respond to outbreaks of animal diseases, including recovery:
a. National Contingency Plans
b. OIE PVS Pathway.

Expected outputs
a. National Contingency Plans: (i) a preliminary analysis of the current trends in global capacity for contingency planning in animal health and preparedness for emergency response which will help to target capacity building; (ii) a preliminary analysis of the involvement of animal health sector in multi-sectoral national contingency plans for natural disasters
b. OIE PVS Pathway: Identify gaps in national Veterinary Services’ capacity for emergency management which may benefit from capacity building assistance.

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