Stop ASF: Public and private partnering for success

Event Agenda

Day 1 :

Jun 21, 2021
Share your ideas
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10:00 - 12:30
Live technical session
Interaction break
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10:30 - 10:45
Opening
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BethBechdol (FAO)MoniqueEloit (OIE)
10:41 - 10:51
Multi-stakeholders collaboration for sustainable pork production and ASF control
In this session, Nitya Ghotge representing GASL, shares opportunties and examples of collaboration across different stakeholders to enable sustainable pork production whilst achieving ASF control. Go to the tab "Interactivity" to access French and Spanish version
NityaGhotge (ANTHRA)
10:52 - 11:02
Business continuity. The French experience
In this session, Didier Delzescaux, Director of INAPORC, recalls the institutional framework of the partnership between the French veterinary services and the pork interprofession and illustrates how this collaboration made it possible to set up a rapid and adapted response to the emergence of cases of ASF in wild boars near the border with Belgium and to reinforce biosecurity throughout the sector. Go to the tab "Interactivity" to access French and Spanish version
Daniel DidierDelzescaux (INAPORC)
11:03 - 11:13
Public–private partnerships to keep African swine fever at bay. The Canadian experience
In this session, Andrea Ellis of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency shares how the Government of Canada and the pork industry are working together to protect the swine sector and on the steps taken to prevent the entry of ASF to the country. Go to the tab "Interactivity" to access French and Spanish version
TomSmylie (Canadian Food Inspection Agency)
11:14 - 11:24
PPP to support small producers. The civil society perspective
In this session, Antoine Lury of Veterinary Sans Frontiers International talks about PPP in supporting small producers along the value chain, the ways these may be facilitated and how it can benefit these producers. Go to the tab "Interactivity" to access French and Spanish version
AntoineLURY (Agronomes et Vétérinaires Sans Frontières (AVSF))
11:25 - 11:35
The experience of Asian Development Bank in helping the private sector stop ASF
In this session, Martin Lemoine of the Asian Development Bank talks about external funding of the Asian Development Bank as a PPP catalyser, and their experience in implementing PPP in the swine sector. Go to the tab "Interactivity" to access French and Spanish version
MartinLemoine (Asian Development Bank)
11:36 - 11:56
General question and answers
In this session you will find the general questions raised during the live sessions and the corresponding answers. The content will be progressively completed, keep posted. Go to the tab "Interactivity" to access French and Spanish version
Interaction break
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Day 2 :

Jun 28, 2021
Interactivity break
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10:30 - 12:00
Live panel discussion
All panelists will contribute to the three following areas of potential public private partnership: the prevention of ASF, early detection and reporting and effective response
10:30 - 10:40
Opening live panel
KeithSumption (FAO)
10:40 - 12:50
Live panel : PPP for the prevention, early detection and response to ASF
All panelists will contribute to the three following areas of potential public private partnership: the prevention of ASF, early detection and reporting and effective response
IsabelleDieuzy-Labaye (World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE))RichardFrench (Global Animal Health Partners, LLC)JaspinderKomal (Canadian Food Inspection Agency)DirkPfeiffer (City University of Hong Kong and Royal Veterinary College)PacoReviriego Gordejo (EC-SANTE)ZhichunYAN (New Hope Liuhe Group)
11:50 - 12:00
Closing of the event
Jean PhilippeDOP (OIE)
Evaluation
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