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GFRA-EuFMD Regional meeting FMDV in America
10 March 

Join the conversation on 10 March, for a regional meeting to discuss epidemiological surveillance in the Americas, focusing on how the different vaccine and antigen banks are designed and can be used to ensure FMD free status regionally. This virtual meeting brings together regional experts in the field who will highlight the current status and progress on FMD surveillance and regional vaccine banks. The aim is to learn the science behind risk analysis and the applicability of this knowledge towards the current design and possible needs of FMD vaccine banks for The Americas. The meeting will be in Spanish and English. Registration is free and needed to participate in the discussion. There will be two main sessions, one on Epidemiology, moderated by Guido Konig, Melissa McLaws, and Pamela Hullinger (EuFMD). Speakers will be Andrés Pérez (UNM) and Manuel SánchezVázquez (Panaftosa). The second one will be on the American Vaccine Banks, moderated by Mariano Pérez-Filgueira, Hernando Duque, and Kees van Maanen. Speakers will be Alejandro M Rivera (Panaftosa), Jamie L Barnabei (Aphis-USDA) and Ana Taffarel (SENASA). Both sessions include a general discussion at the end with all the participants. Watch the video here and more info.  

Success Stories on Public-Private Partnership in Livestock Production and Animal Health 
18 March 

Join the conversation on 18 March, from 14:00 to 16:00 hrs CET, for a webinar on public-private partnerships in livestock production in Europe and other parts of the world to identify the drivers and levers of their success. The webinar is open to disease control and animal health experts, livestock production specialists, economists, sociologists, epidemiologists from private and public sector institutions across the world. Eight European private sector stakeholders’ organization in livestock production - representing farmers, breeders, traders, feed producers, renderers and the animal health sector - have set up an initiative for anticipating FAST-disease outbreaks. Specific issues and gaps that may emerge can be discussed by all participants to reach a consensus on possible solutions.  Speakers at the webinar will include Isabelle Dieuzy-Labay, Senior Advisor Partnerships OIE, Raymond Briscoe, Executive Director Dutch Committee for Afghanistan, Piet Vanthemsche, fmr CEO Belgian FoodAgency, fmr President Boerenbond, JensMunk Ebbesen, Director Danish Agriculture Council and David Graham CEO Animal Health Ireland. See here for the agenda and email to participate.

GFRA / OIE / FAO / EuFMD: Vaccination against FMD - Principles and practise 
25 March 

Join the conversation on 25 March, for the GFRA/EuFMD/OIE/FAO Regional workshop for Asia and South East Asia. The workshop will bring together researchers, policymakers and implementers interested and involved in vaccination as one of the means for FMD control. The main aim will be to discuss vaccine-related sciences that are similar across the different endemic regions and share the lessons learned. The talks will be followed by a round table discussion. Registration is free and required to participate in the discussion. The speakers on the agenda are Don King, Anna Ludi and David Paton (FMD World Reference Laboratory, The Pirbright Institute, UK), Elizabeth Rieder (Plum Island Animal Diseases Centre, USA), David Mackay (European Medicines Agency, EU), Wilna Vosloo and Nagendra Singanallur (CSIRO-Australian Centre for Disease Preparedness, Australia), and Jong-Hyeon Park (Animal and Plant Quarantine Agency, South Korea).

New open-access course on Simulation Exercises // 9th March
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