Australia Indonesia Partnership for Emerging Infectious

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Australia Indonesia Partnership for
Emerging Infectious Diseases:
Animal Health Program
Australia Indonesia Partnership for Emerging Infectious Diseases:
Animal Health Program
• Broad program goals
– Sustainable strengthening of Indonesian
government veterinary services
– Focus on capacity to prevent, detect and response
to EID and priority infectious diseases
• Guiding principles
– Partnership
– Sustainable development
AIP-EID: high-level outcomes
1. National Planning and Management
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Strengthened national planning and management for disease
prevention and control
2. Operational Systems: information systems,
laboratories & quarantine
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Strengthened operational ‘building blocks’ to support national
animal health objectives
3. Sub-national veterinary services
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Sustainable delivery of veterinary services in South and West
Sulawesi
AIP-EID Component 1:
National Planning and Management
• Systems strengthening and strategic planning—
reviewing current systems and addressing
agreed recommendations of the OIE Gap
Analysis
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Support for development of DAH strategic plan
Supporting work to address recommendation of the OIE
gap analysis
Workshop on the PVS process and international
standards in animal health
• Socialisation, appreciation and practical
implementation of laws and regulations related
to animal health
– Support the socialisation and implementation of
regulations under Law 18/2009 (when finalised)
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animal health
policy & strategy
AIP-EID Component 1:
National Planning and Management
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Review of capacity to respond to outbreaks of infectious
diseases in animals
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Prioritisation of diseases
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Development of a framework for disease prioritisation; application to
revise the national priority/strategic disease list
Building capacity of MoA staff—professional
development
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Support for FMD simulation exercise 2012 (Kalimantan)
Review of emergency response capability with a focus on key elements
of planning and management at the national level: response plans,
coordination and emergency management systems, financial
arrangements
Needs analysis and development of a strategy for long-term
strengthening of human (technical) resources
Support further training and professional development of MoA staff
Harmonisation of development partners (donors)
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Support MoA to harmonise the animal health activities of
international development partners
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animal health
policy & strategy
AIP-EID Component 2.1:
Animal Health Information Systems
• Review of Indonesia’s animal health information
needs and capabilities
– Holistic, including data collection/surveillance, data
management and IT infrastructure, data analysis and
reporting, use of information in decision making and
policy development
– Recommendations for strategic planning and activities to
strengthen priority capabilities
• Development and operational roll-out of a
laboratory information management system
(InfoLab-Plus)
– Review of progress to date (completed) and
recommendations for future
– Awaiting proposal from CSIRO on further development
and roll-out
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surveillance &
information
systems
AIP-EID Component 2.2:
Strengthening of Laboratory Operations
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Review of the Indonesian veterinary laboratories
network
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Training: diagnostic methods, quality assurance,
biosafety/biosecurity
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Brucellosis
Rabies
Anthrax PCR
Training: technical and scientific operations under
enhanced biosafety levels
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Capacity and coordination across Indonesia
Technical and Engineering maintenance of infrastructure
Practices and biosafety under BSL conditions
Review of Indonesian capacity for sustainable reagent
production
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Review of current situation
Development of SOPs, training etc to support QA practices
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laboratory
development/
diagnostics
AIP-EID Component 2.3:
Strengthening of Quarantine Operations
• Review of animal and animal product
risk pathways at the national and subnational level
• Workshop on risk analysis
• Quarantine
• Animal health
policy
AIP-EID Component 3:
Sub-national veterinary services
• Transition of PDSR into a sustainable
animal health system—pilot in South
and West Sulawesi
• Strengthen planning and budgeting
capacity for animal health services
•Strengthen disease investigation
capacity
•Strengthen technical training capacity
• Sub-national
• Animal health
policy &
strategy
• Surveillance/
information
systems
AIP-EID Component 3:
Sub-national veterinary services
• Pilot district passive disease surveillance
system (village/subdistrict–to-district)
• Strengthen disease recognition and
reporting at sub-district and village level
• Strengthen capacity to use animal health
data at the district and provincial level
• Sub-national
• Animal Health
Policy and
Strategy
• Surveillance/
information
systems

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