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2012

Strengthening avian influenza epidemiology, biosecurity and coordination in Egypt

Egypte

Titre : Strengthening avian influenza epidemiology, biosecurity and coordination in Egypt

Pays : Egypte
Localisation  : Assuit, Aswan, Beheira, Beni-Suef, Dakahlia, Damietta, Dumyat, Fayoum, Gharbia, Giza, Ismailia, Kafr el-Sheikh, Menofia, Minya, Port Said, Qalyubia, Qena, Red Sea, Sharkia, Sohag, Suez and Wadi al-Jadid.

Code du projet : OSRO/EGY/101/USA

Durée : 08/02/2012 - 07/02/2015

Présentation
Objectifs : To reduce the risk of H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) transmission in poultry in Egypt and safeguard human health.
Activités : •Procured and delivered : (i) expendable and non-expendable equipment to the National Laboratory for Veterinary •Quality Control on Poultry Production (NLQP), the Central Laboratory for Evaluation of Veterinary Biologics (CLEVB) and GOVS ; (ii) two animal isolators to NLQP ; and (iii) 18 animal isolators and two polymerase chain reaction (PCR) machines, laboratory reagents and consumables to CLEVB. •Procured and distributed to GOVS : (i) 11 000 boxes of disposable shoe covers, virus transport media (phosphate buffer saline) ; (ii) 270 gallons of detergent and 1 tonne of disinfectants ; and (iii) information technology materials. •Purchased and delivered laboratory reagents and consumables to NLQP for real-time (RT) (RT-PCR), isolation, serology and gene sequencing. •Provided training to 2 855 veterinarians and 50 poultry farm owners and producers.

Mots clés : EGYPT, NORTHERN AFRICA, AVIAN FLU, BIOSECURITY, TRAINING, INPUT DISTRIBUTION, RESOURCE PARTNERS, UNITED STATES,

Bénéficiaires : The Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, GOVS, national veterinary and veterinary public health services, and poultry owners, producers and traders in the targeted areas.

Partenaires : The General Organization for Veterinary Services (GOVS).

Financement : United States of America
Contribution : USD 3 577 838

FAO

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