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Applying Public-Private Partnerships to control Foot-and-mouth and similar transboundary animal diseases

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    In 2019 The European Commission for the Control of Foot-and-Mouth Disease (EuFMD) contracted the Royal Veterinary College, University of London (RVC) to conduct a research study that aimed to better understand the role of VPPs in the control of FAST. The outputs of this study were expected to guide the EuFMD in developing training strategies for VPPs. A mixed methods approach was used that included analysis of current numbers and distribution of veterinarians and VPPs, a literature review, a survey, key informant interviews and qualitative field studies conducted in Nepal and Tanzania.
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    Foot-and-mouth disease investigation
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    This course is for veterinarians who are involved in diagnosing, investigating and controlling outbreaks of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) in countries that are not free of the disease. The course is designed for veterinarians working at field level, but will also be interesting for staff in regional or central veterinary services.
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    Manual for trainers: Frontline In-Service Applied Veterinary Epidemiology Training 2023
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    This manual provides details of the Frontline In-Service Applied Veterinary Epidemiology Training (ISAVET) programme’s structure, core competencies, learning outcomes, training activities (training modules, field assignments), supervision, monitoring, and evaluation for Trainees. The intended audience of the manual are individuals enrolled in the Frontline (ISAVET) at the national level. The manual references other ISAVET manuals and documents – e.g. ISAVET Trainer Manual, ISAVET Mentor Manual, SOPs, course registration forms and, templates etc. This manual, will serve as an FAO global resource for national capacity development of Veterinary Services to detect and respond to emerging infectious animal diseases including transboundary animal diseases and zoonotic diseases.

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