2 Introduction.. Coordination of T&T activities Tsetse and trypanosomiasis (T&T) is a threat to health and welfare of humans and livestock A transboundary disease which is endemic in 40 African Union Member States ISCTRC has been a platform for coordination of T&T activities since 1949, promotes information sharing, exchange and dissemination through Biennial General Conferences ISCTRC Secretariat is hosted at AU-IBAR
3 Introduction Coordination of T&T activities Programme Against African trypanosomosis (PAAT) is a platform for common understanding of the problems and coordinated planning and implementation of solutions (FAO, IAEA, AU-IBAR, WHO) Existence of PAAT was ratified in 1997 Secretariat hosted at FAO
4 Introduction Coordination of T&T activities In July 2000 in Lomé, Togo, OAU AHSG Summit recognized the seriousness of T&T problem, decided to embark on Pan African Tsetse and Trypanosomiasis Eradication Campaign (PATTEC) through Dec. AHG/Dec. 156(XXXVI) PATTEC was established initially as a coordination office Now a technical office of DREA based at the AU HQs in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to coordinate T&T activities.
5 Introduction Partnerships in T&T activities Member States and RECs PATTEC AU-IBAR PAAT ISCTRC Technical Partners (OIE, FAO, IAEA, WHO) Research Institutions (ICIPE, CIDRES, Universities) Development partners (EU, AfDB, BADEA) NGOs (FIND, GALVMED, DNDi)
6 AU-IBAR/ISCTRC Activities carried out in 2011 AU-IBAR, integrating trypanosomiasis with other animal health interventions in the continent AU-IBAR participated in coordination meetings with partners, PATTEC, PAAT AU-IBAR continued to work closely with ICIPE on tsetse fly repellents technology AU-IBAR chairs the project s Steering committee
7 AU-IBAR/ISCTRC Activities carried out in st ISCTRC General Conference, whose theme was Refocusing Research & Control of Tsetse & Trypanosomiais: A development Agenda was held in, Bamako, Mali, September participants attended the meeting 112 papers were presented and deliberated on; Human African Trypanosomiasis; Animal African Trypanosomiasis; Glossina Biology, Control & Eradication; and Socio-Economics, Environment & Land Use.
8 AU-IBAR/ISCTRC Activities carried out in 2011 Recommendations to guide T&T research and control activities for the next two years were made at the end of the meeting and disseminated to stakeholders
9 AU-IBAR/ISCTRC Planed activities in 2012 AU-IBAR to convene the 38 th ISCTRC Executive Committee Meeting on 25 th -26 th October 2012 in Khartoum Sudan
10 PAAT Activities carried out in 2011/2012 Framework drafted to be approved in September 2012 MOU signed to formalize collaboration between FAO and PATTEC.
11 PAAT. Activities carried out in 2011, Normative work Production of guidelines delivered through publication in international reviews or in the PAAT scientific and technical series, accessible on PAAT Website In this respect it is worth mentioning among others the Atlas of Human African Trypanosomosis which is available and that of Animal trypanosomosis to come soon.
12 PAAT..Activities carried, operational activities Assistance to ongoing projects: 2 TCP (ANG, MLI) Assistance in formulation of new projects: 2 projects formulated to benefit 5 countries (BKF, MLI, GUI, LIB, SLEO) participation to a PATTEC organized training course, in Bobo Dioulasso in 2011 organisation of courses on data collection and management in : BKF, MLI, GHA, SAF, MOZ.
13 PATTEC. Activities carried out in 2011 Consulting, reminding countries, mediating Through missions, meetings, workshops & advocacy Mediation done between countries: Kenya & Uganda; Ethiopia & Sudan Angola, Zambia, Botswana & Namibia Chad, Nigeria, Cameroon & CAR Burkina Faso & Ghana; Kenya & Tanzania
14 PATTEC. Activities carried out in 2011 Advocacy and Awareness creation through: Websites, Postage stamps Advocacy Officers Newspapers, magazines Documentaries, films, plays, songs Calendars, T-shirts, memorabilia Goodwill s Ambassadors; Late President of Malawi; HE the President of Eq. Guinea; Madam Sarah Obama; Haile Gebreselassie
15 PATTEC. Activities carried out in 2011 Support for affected countries: Environmental Assessment on use of SAT; Ethiopia, Kenya & Uganda Monitoring & Evaluation ILRI support on environmental issues of T&T eradication Support from PATTEC to projects (accounting, SLM, Entomological field monitoring, GIS) Project appraisals for Countries
16 PATTEC. Activities carried out in 2011 Capacity building for T&T control Training: Methodology / Area wide principles Field & laboratory techniques Project management and execution Community members Construction of insectaries (Ethiopia & Burkina Faso) Human, material & technical support
17 PATTEC. Activities carried out in 2011 Capacity building for T&T control ELAT (Bobo Dioulasso/BF) rehabilitated through AfDB funds & officially re-opened , 1st training course on project planning and execution of PATTEC s projects held at ELAT ( ) and 2nd at ICIPE, Nairobi Kenya, April 12; 45 trainees from 28 African countries In Feb. & Mar. 12, FAO/IAEA: Training course on Standardized Entomological monitoring, Data Collection & GIS aided Data Processing as needed for Area-wide IPM. 42 trainees
18 PATTEC. Activities carried out in 2011 Resources mobilization Missions to affected countries, Middle East, USA Partners conference: 3rd Conference in Nairobi, Kenya, Dec. 11 Partners supporting PATTEC: EU, IAEA, WHO, FAO, ICIPE, UPF, FIND,GALVMED, Vector Group (LSTM, NRI, IRD)
19 On going and proposed PATTEC field activities in 2011
20 PATTEC. Report on implementation of AfDB Multinational project 1. Ghana and Kenya completed their project in 2011 and the Impacts of Project positive tsetse suppressed % 2. Uganda, project closed 3. The following countries were given extensions: Burkina Faso till end 2013, expected to complete project successfully, Insectary ready - in Dec 2012 Ethiopia till end of 2013 Started release of steriles G. fuscipes in Deme Valley. If no problems, 1st cycle of SAT after September 2012 Mali till 2013, however difficulties in implementing project due to political situation In general, positive outputs
21 PATTEC. Planned Activities and way forward 1. 3rd GALVmed Tryps Steering Committee meeting, PAAT meeting , Vienna, Austria 3. PATTEC SC meeting (Sept/Oct. 12) 4. 3rd PATTEC Training course, , in ELAT, Bobo, Dioulasso 5. Workshop to evaluate Guinea-Conakry s T&T programme , Conakry
22 PATTEC. Planned activities and way forward 6. 11th PATTEC National Coordinators, November/December 2012 in Addis Ababa or Arusha 7. Advocacy Workshop in Congo Brazzaville, December Missions and projects/programmes appraisals workshop
23 PATTEC. Challenges and way forward Challenges and way forward: 1. Immediate support for better performing countries during 1 st Phase 2. Support for 2nd Phase Countries which is proposed to include 12 countries (Angola, Botswana, Namibia, and Zambia; Burundi, Rwanda and Tanzania; Benin, Togo, Niger and Nigeria; Chad, C.A.R and Cameroon).
24 Challenges and way forward: 3. Follow up on pledges made by countries, AfDB, BADEA, etc. 4. Ensuring that the momentum is sustained 5. Ensuring that sanitary standards for Tsetse transmitted Trypanosomiasis are considered by OIE
25 Challenges and way forward: 6. OIE & other partners to assist in developing standards for T&T free area; use of trypanocides, etc. 7. Creation of PATTEC Trust FUND 8. Establishing of sub regional PATTEC s Coordination Offices 9. More AU-PATTEC s involvement in staffing of PMCU
26 Challenges and way forward: 10. Economic analysis of successful projects 11. Securing involvement of AU-IBAR and FAO in PATTEC implementation in T&T free areas 12. Including PATTEC in CAADP Compacts in all affected countries
27 AUC & FAO signed agreement to fight typanosomosis, THANK YOU
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