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OIE Sub-Regional Seminar (Southern Africa)

 

 

“Sub-regional training seminar
on diseases of honey bees
for OIE national focal points for animal disease
notification to the OIE ”


Ezulwini, Swaziland
June 14 - 17, 2011

PRESENTATIONS FOR DOWNLOAD
(in pdf format)


 

               


 

 

Theme

Language
Size (Mb)

Speaker


  Opening address by the OIE Sub-Regional Representative for Southern Africa
E
-
Bonaventure Mtei
  Opening address by the OIE Regional Representative for Africa
F
-
Yacouba Samaké
  Opening address by the President of the OIE Regional Commission for Africa
F
-
Saley Mahamadou
  Opening address by the Hon. Minister of Agriculture of Swaziland
E
-
         
 

Beekeeping (bees and bumblebees) and bee products


 
  01. Beekeeping worldwide with a special focus on beekeeping in Africa
E
5.5
Nicola Bradbear
  02. Beekeeping in Swaziland
E
0.8
Daniel Nkambule
 
  Bee populations in Southern Africa
 
  03. General introduction to reproduction and life stages
E
2.0
Christian Pirk
  04. Swaziland: Apis mellifera scuttelata / litorea / adansoni etc.
E
0.3
Daniel Nkambule
  05. Western Cape: Apis mellifera capensis        (paper)
E
2.0
John Moodie
  06. A history of importing bees into Southern Africa and the Capensis problem
E
2.0
Mike Allsopp
 
  Bees and the environment – bees and the human development
 
  07. Pollination and biodiversity
E
1.7
Christian Pirk
  08. Pesticides and insecticides: General overview
2.7
Marie-Pierre Chauzat
  09. Pesticides and insecticides in Southern Africa
E
2.2
David Munthali
  10. Beekeeping as a way out of poverty
E
4.7
Nicola Bradbear
 
  OIE standards and tools with regard to diseases of honey bees
 
  11. OIE standards and tools with regard to diseases of honey bees
E
5.4
François Diaz
   
  OIE Reference Laboratories and Collaborating Centres
 
  12. General introduction & twinning
E
6.0
Neo Mapitse
  13. Reference Laboratory for bee diseases (Sophia Antipolis)
E
0.5
Marie-Pierre Chauzat
  14. Reference Laboratory for bee diseases (Freiburg)
E
0.5
Wolfgang Ritter
  15. Reference Laboratory for AFB (La Plata)
E
1.0
Adriana M. Alippi
 
  OIE World Animal Health Information System (WAHIS)
 
  16. WAHIS and WAHID
E
3.3
Simona Forcella
  17. Current status of reporting of bee diseases to the OIE
E
0.8
Simona Forcella
  18. Immediate notifications and half-year reports
E
3.4
Simona Forcella
 
     
  Diseases of bees
 
  19. General overview of bee diseases in the world, predators, resistance, self-healing, pathogenesis, epidemiology, world distribution.
E
5.0
Wolfgang Ritter
 
  20. Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD)
E
1.5
Marie-Pierre Chauzat
 
  21. Viral diseases of bees
F
2.0
Marie-Pierre Chauzat
 
  Bacterial brood diseases
 
  22. European Foulbrood (EFB)
E
2.5
Adriana M. Alippi
  23. Breeding efforts on resistant honey bees
E
1.6
Robin Moritz
 
  American Foulbrood (AFB)
 
  24. General introduction
E
6.4
Adriana M. Alippi
  25. AFB in Southern Africa: current diagnostic capacity
E
2.7
Teresa Goszczynska
  26. AFB in Southern Africa: how far has it spread?
E
1.5
Teresa Goszczynska
  27. AFB in South Africa - how to make sense of it?
E
0.9
Mike Allsopp
  28. Control and eradication of AFB
E
2.2
Adriana M. Alippi
 
  Beetles and predators
 
  29. Small hive beetle (Aethina tumida)
E
1.2
Mike Allsopp
  30. Predators of bees in Southern Africa
E
1.5
Mike Allsopp
 
  Protozoan diseases of bees
 
  31. Nosema    (power-point format)
F
6.3
Marie-Pierre Chauzat
 
  Parasitic mites and secondary infections : Varroa
 
  32. General introduction
Yves Le Conte
  33. Varroosis in Madagascar
F
1.5
Annie Rakotondramanana
  34. Varroosis in South Africa
E
2.0
Mike Allsopp
  35. Treatment and control
Yves Le Conte
       
  36. Acarapisosis    
Yves Le Conte
  37. Tropilaelaps infestations    
Yves Le Conte
 
  Epidemio-surveillance, diagnosis and control:
 
  38. Possibilities and risks of use of drugs in bee hives
E
2.5
Wolfgang Ritter
  39. Strategies and possibilities to diagnose and control bee diseases in traditional and local bee hives
E
2.0
Wolfgang Ritter
  40. Importance of epidemio-surveillance: the example of Botswana
E
0.9
David Munthali
  41. Can foreign bee breeds help to solve the problem of bee diseases?
E
3.2
Robin Moritz
  42. Beekeeping and conservation of wild honeybees
E
3.8
Robin Moritz
 
  43. Are OIE bee disease recommendations appropriate for Southern Africa ?
E
1.5
Mike Allsopp
 
  Internet resources
   
   
  44. Bees for Development
E
2.5
Nicola Bradbear
  45. Apimondia
E
3.6
Wolfgang Ritter
  46. OIE Africa
E
3.0
Neo Mapitse