Government of Nepal
Ministry of Finance
AID MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR NEPAL
1.1 Support epizonal coordination related to the control of HPAI and other emerging disease using One Health approach
1.2 Support the activities related to cross-border coordination and collaboration in the IGP
1.3 Continue to update the characterization of poultry production, value chain and relevant agro-ecological factors in the areas linked to IGP;
2.1 Support a longitudinal risk-based surveillance of H5N1 and identify critical control points along the production and value chain.
2.2 Continue to support epidemiology capacity building related activities in alignment with the SAARC Regional Initiatives for Epidemiology Capacity Building and Networking.
3.1 Continue to support laboratory capacity building related activities in alignment with SAARC Regional Initiatives for Laboratory Capacity Building and Networking.
3.2 Continue to support sharing of information and biological samples through the relevant epidemiology and laboratory networks
4.1 Support the policy development to promote safe trade along the value chain in the Indo-Gangetic Plain (IGP).
5.1 Support the review of existing national preparedness and response plan in alignment with other sectors including human and environmental health
5.2 Organize a simulation exercise using One Health approach.
Output 1: Multi-sectoral coordination strengthened for effective management and control of HPAI H5N1 and other high impact and zoonotic influenzas.
Output 2: The drivers for spread and emergence of new strains of HPAI H5N1 and other high impact and zoonotic influenzas are understood.
Output 3: Epidemiology and laboratory capacities and networking for real time bio-surveillance are strengthened.
Output 4: Policy and best practices to reduce the risk of spread and emergence of disease is in place.
Output 5: National preparedness and response system is strengthened.
Capacities of the Department of Livestock Services and One Health partners are improved to effectively prevent, detect and response to HPAI H5N1 and other high impact and zoonotic influenzas.
The spread of HPAI H5N1 and other high impact and zoonotic influenzas in the country is reduced and, the possibility of a pandemic minimized.
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