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OIE Sub-Regional Seminar

 

 

“Middle East and Horn of Africa meet

to discuss Rift Valley Fever ”


Mombasa, Kenya
November 13- 15, 2012

PRESENTATIONS FOR DOWNLOAD
(in pdf format)


 

               


 

 

Theme

Size Speaker

  Objectives of the meeting 25 Kb Walter Masiga, OIE
       
 

SESSION 1 : THE DISEASE AND HOW IT IS CONTROLLED

   
     
  01. RVF: the disease epidemiology in animals and overview of its global spread
13.8 Mb Susanne Munstermann, OIE
  02. Key recommendations from previous important RVF meetings 2.2 Mb Vincent Martin, FAO, and Susanne Munstermann, OIE
     
 

SESSION 2: CURRENT SITUATION OF RVF IN EAST AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST

   
  03. RVF in East Africa – an overview 4 Mb Njenga Kariuki, Kenya
  04. RVF in Kenya – a country presentation 2.6 Mb

Peter Ithondeka, Kenya

  05. RVF in Somalia – a country presentation 12.3 Mb Paul Rwambo, Somalia
  06. RVF in the Middle East – an overview 1.6 Mb Ghazi  Yehia, OIE
  07.RVF in the Yemen – a country presentation 3.9 Mb

S.A. Shawaif, Yemen

  08. RVF in Saudi Arabia – a country presentation 856 Kb Faisal Baiyoumi, Saudi Arabia
     
  SESSION 3 : IMPACT OF RVF ON TRADE    
  09. RVF Trade regulations in the OIE Terrestrial Code                 1.9 Mb Ghazi Yehia, OIE
  10. Trade patterns within and between East Africa and the Middle East                 1.2 Mb Chip Stem, Kenya
  11. Economic impact of RVF outbreaks on trade within and
between East Africa and Middle East
1.1 Mb

Nicolas Antoine-Moussiaux, CIRAD

  12. Infrastructure, systems and legislation necessary to prevent spread of the disease through trade 4.4 Mb Patrick Bastiaensen, OIE
       
  SESSION 4 : CHALLENGES TO DISEASE CONTROL    
  13. Diagnostic tests for RVF 1.5 Mb Gianmarco Cossedu, IZS Teramo
  14. Revision of the RVF chapter in the OIE Terrestrial Manual; R & D on vaccines 1.8 Mb Danny Goovaerts, IFAH
  15. RVF vaccines currently available for use in the field and their issues 2.2 Mb Jeanette Heath, OBP
  16. The global offer of RVF vaccines 291 Kb Danny Goovaerts, IFAH
  17. Independent RVF vaccine quality control
1.3 Mb

Karim Tounkara, AU-PANVAC

  18. OIE principles for Vaccine banks 2.2Mb

Susanne Munstermann, OIE

  19. Strategies for vaccination programmes 889 Kb

Victor Mbao, GalvMed

       
  SESSION 5 : PREVENTION AND EARLY WARNING    
  20. Existing early warning systems and risk assessment tools:
prospects and challenges for better forecasting of Rift Valley fever
2.9 Mb Vincent Martin, FAO
  21. Geo-climatic prediction 7.1 Mb

Assaf Anyamba, NASA

  22. Emergency preparedness for RVF 15.5 Mb

Ludovic Plee, FAO

  23. Risk mapping and surveillance – methods and their applications 1.3 Mb Catherine Cetre-Sossah, CIRAD
  24. Decision support tool for managing RVF in the Horn of Africa 328 Kb Jeff Mariner, ILRI
     
  SESSION 6 : PREVENTION AND EARLY WARNING    
  25. GALVMed regional initiatives and proposals 1.4 Mb Baptiste Dungu, GALVMed
  26. AU-IBAR regional initiatives 6.9 Mb James Wabacha, AU-IBAR
  27. Regional Economic Communities (EAC, IGAD) regional initiatives 242 Kb

Ameha Sebsibe, IGAD