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for Animal Health
Editorial Director: Dr A.B.Niang

 7 octobre, 2009

OIE Regional Seminar (English-speaking Africa)

 

 

 
 

“Communication”

Gaborone Sun Hotel, Gaborone, Botswana
September 22 - 23, 2009

PRESENTATIONS FOR DOWNLOAD


Tuesday 22 September 2009

Veterinary Education

 
 

Session 0 : Opening session


 

Welcome address by the OIE Delegate for Botswana,
Dr Kgoseitsile Phillemon-Motsu, Director
Department of Veterinary Services of the Ministry of Agriculture

Opening statement by the acting OIE Sub-Regional
Representative for Southern Africa,

Dr Patrick Bastiaensen (40 kb)

Opening statement by the Representative of the SADC
Executive Secretary,
Mr Beedeeanan Hulman,
Senior Programme Manager Livestock (FANR)

Official opening by the Permanent Secretary of the
Ministry of Agriculture,
Dr. Micus Chimbombi


         

Session 1 : Critical thinking
The importance of communication for Veterinary Services
worldwide
(2 Mb)
Ms Maria Zampaglione, Head, OIE Communication, France

Communication activities with regard to veterinary services,
conducted in the participating countries
:
results of a questionnaire survey (3 Mb)
Dr Patrick Bastiaensen, OIE Programme Officer, OIE SRR Southern Africa, Botswana
Extension activities with regard to veterinary services
in Africa, directly or indirectly implemented by the FAO.
(3 Mb)
Dr William Amanfu, Regional Manager Eastern Africa
FAO ECTAD, Kenya

Assessing the needs : an overview on communication
capacities in the SADC Region and in other parts of Africa
. (0.6 Mb)

Mr Beedeeanan Hulman, Senior Programme Manager SADC-Secretariat, Botswana

Session 2 : Country perspectives
A practical experience : Namibia facing the ASF outbreaks (2008 - 2009) 4 Mb
Dr. Alec Bishi, Ministry of Agriculture,
Water and Forestry (MAWF), Namibia

Risk communication : preventing the H5N1 risk.
Experiences from Nigeria
(2006 – 2008) 4 Mb
Ms. Winifred Emeka-Okolie, Federal Department of
Livestock and Pest Control Services (FDLPCS), Nigeria

A practical experience : Egypt facing the HPAI outbreaks (2006 - 2009) 0.7 Mb
Dr. Ahmed Mahfouz Zahran,
Communication Manager SAIDR/GOVS
Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, Egypt

Communication with the public on food safety issues.
Experiences from the Republic of South Africa
. (1 Mb)
Presented by Dr. Tiroyamodimo Modungwa
Ms. Tsotso Sehoole, Chief Communications Officer,
Department of Agriculture (DoA), South Africa

Session 3 : The media’s perspectives
Agence France Presse (AFP) 0.04 Mb

Ms. Isabel Parenthoen, AFP, France

The East African (Weekly Newspaper) 0.3 Mb

Ms. Catherine Riungu, The East African, Kenya


Extension activities on animal health issues for
farmers in Botswana : the use of television broadcasts
.(3 Mb)
Dr Lethogile Modisa, Deputy-Director
Department of Veterinary Services of the Ministry of Agriculture in collaboration with the Public Relations Office (PRO), Botswana

Session 4 : Stakeholders perspectives
Tackling plummeting sales of poultry and addressing
consumer concerns during the AI crisis
. (1 Mb)

Mr. Kevin Lovell, CEO,
Southern African Poultry Association (SAPA)

Ensuring consumers’ confidence in animal products :
the consumers perspective
. (0.2 Mb)

Ms. Cathy Rutivi, Consumers International Africa


Wednesday 23 September 2009

Veterinary Education


 

Session 5 : Communication capacity of the Veterinary Services


 
  Dealing with a major zoonosis : Rift Valley Fever in Kenya (2007) 0.2 Mb
Dr. Grace Gachacha, Communications Officer
Department of Veterinary Services, Kenya

 
   
   
  Dealing with a major zoonosis : Rabies in Angola (2008 – 2009) 7 Mb
Dr. Edgar Feliz Dombolo, veterinary officer in charge of the rabies programme, Instituto de Serviços de Veterinaria, Angola

 
  Dealing with export zones : Foot-and-mouth disease in Botswana (2008) 8 Mb

Dr Kgoseitsile Phillemon-Motsu, Director
Department of Veterinary Services of the Ministry of Agriculture

 
  Dealing with government collapse : Communication in Somalia (0.5 Mb)

Dr Mohamed Farah Dirie, National Coordinator of the
Somali Animal Health Services Project
 
 
Session 6 : Policy advocacy and political commitment
 
  Policy advocacy and gaining political support :
best practices in Nigeria.
(0.05 Mb)

Dr. Junaidu A. Maina, Director of the Federal Department of Livestock and Pest Control Services (FDLPCS),
OIE Delegate for Nigeria

 
  Policy advocacy and gaining political support :
best practices in Tanzania.
(0.1 Mb)
Dr Gopray Nsengwa, Assistant Director Vector and Parasitic Diseases Control, Ministry of Livestock Development and Fisheries, Tanzania

 
  Policy advocacy and gaining political support :
best practices in Egypt.
(0.07 Mb)
Presented by Dr. Fatouh M. Darwish
Prof. Hassan Aidaros, Professor of Hygiene and Preventive Medicine, OIE Delegate for Egypt

 
  Policy advocacy and gaining political support :
best practices in Ghana.
(8 Mb)
Mr. George Kpor, Head of Communication
Veterinary Services Ghana

 
 

 

 
 

 

 





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