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Health of Ethiopian Animals for Rural
Development (HEARD)
Barbara Wieland, Team Leader
HEARD Inception Workshop, ILRI, Add...
Overall objectives HEARD
Increase sustainable livestock productivity and improve the marketing of
livestock products
1. St...
Access to animal health services
• Poor access overall, regional variations
• Example: access to private veterinarians for...
Structure of Component 2
2.1. Veterinary Service delivery: Pilot the veterinary service
rationalization roadmap
2.2. Veter...
Principles for all activities
• Consultative processes to ensure inclusiveness
• Demand driven interventions
• Gender sens...
Pilot vet service privatization
• Consultative meetings to establish guidelines for working
relationships between public a...
Veterinary capacity development
Technical competences (knowledge, skills, attitude and
behaviour) of veterinary service pr...
Veterinary capacity development (cont.)
Veterinary Education system supported to improve quality of
education and day one ...
Communication within veterinary sector
Make available evidence to livestock producers
• Update and sustain EVA website, us...
Communication within veterinary sector
(cont.)
Facilitate communication and exchange of information among
stakeholders
• D...
Health of Ethiopian Animals for Rural
Development (HEARD)
EU11th EDF – NIP ETH -
FED/2015/038-008
better lives through livestock
ilri.org
This presentation is licensed for use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 I...
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Presented by Barbara Wieland, ILRI, at the HEARD Inception Workshop, ILRI, Addis Ababa, 29 March 2019

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Health of Ethiopian Animals for Rural Development (HEARD)

  1. 1. Health of Ethiopian Animals for Rural Development (HEARD) Barbara Wieland, Team Leader HEARD Inception Workshop, ILRI, Addis Ababa, 29 March 2019
  2. 2. Overall objectives HEARD Increase sustainable livestock productivity and improve the marketing of livestock products 1. Strengthen the quality of public and private veterinary services and delivery through creation of an enabled and rationalized environment 2. Improving the technical competences (knowledge, skills and attitudes) and incentives for veterinary service providers to deliver better and rationalized services 3. Improving the food safety of primary products of animal origin and better control of zoonotic diseases achieved
  3. 3. Access to animal health services • Poor access overall, regional variations • Example: access to private veterinarians for only 4.68% of HH • Spending: regional variation (0 to 3500 Birr/year) • Satisfaction reasonable: accessibility, quality, timeliness, affordability 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% P AP P AP P AP P AP P AP Afar Oromia Somali SNNP Total CAHW LEA Trad. healer Vet drug store Private vet Official vet Proportionofhouseholds
  4. 4. Structure of Component 2 2.1. Veterinary Service delivery: Pilot the veterinary service rationalization roadmap 2.2. Veterinary service capacity: Training materials and implement innovative delivery methods for skill development in veterinary professionals, para-professionals and livestock producers 2.3. Communication across sectors: resources for animal health knowledge, best practices and research findings, including measures to mitigate against the impact of climate change
  5. 5. Principles for all activities • Consultative processes to ensure inclusiveness • Demand driven interventions • Gender sensitive activities • Evidence based approaches • Focus on cost-effectiveness and sustainability (financial and institutional) • Align with regional grants
  6. 6. Pilot vet service privatization • Consultative meetings to establish guidelines for working relationships between public and private animal health service providers • Identify and map 2 traditional livestock movement corridors for inclusion in pilots • Pilot novel models of service delivery involving public and private sector • Train private sector members in business skills and entrepreneurship • Study on guarantee scheme for private sector involved in veterinary service delivery
  7. 7. Veterinary capacity development Technical competences (knowledge, skills, attitude and behaviour) of veterinary service providers improved to deliver better and rationalised services • Train technicians in Kaliti lab (VDFACA) in identifying mycotoxins and use of all equipment • Needs assessment to identify skill gaps in veterinary professionals & para professionals and inspectors • Develop structure of Continued Professional Development Program (CPD) • Train key trainers in adult training skills (training of trainers) • Identify institutions and SMS for CPD program and develop CPD modules/manuals (incl. e-based) • Support establishment of CPD centre and conduct trainings
  8. 8. Veterinary capacity development (cont.) Veterinary Education system supported to improve quality of education and day one competence of graduates • Support the Veterinary Education Forum (VEF) to develop a plan for OIE day 1 competencies) • Organize veterinary service governance study tours and scientific visits to support the VEF acquire knowledge and experience of outstanding regions, teaching and research institutes and livestock establishments • Review quality of veterinary education, service provision and veterinary workforce and competencies of veterinary graduates and practitioners at field level to initiate interventions for enhancement
  9. 9. Communication within veterinary sector Make available evidence to livestock producers • Update and sustain EVA website, use as key information and knowledge platform for veterinary sector • Review the impact and cost-benefit of interventions controlling livestock diseases • Develop and pilot improved (herd health) methods • Develop and disseminate gender sensitive extension packages • Support 20 woreda-based animal health resource centres (from LIVES project) •
  10. 10. Communication within veterinary sector (cont.) Facilitate communication and exchange of information among stakeholders • Develop communication plan for Livestock Policy, Investment Strategy, for Ethiopia • National workshops on animal health issues • International/national conferences on the advancement of livestock development/veterinary science, policy and institutional issues for stakeholders’ interaction, knowledge dissemination and experience sharing • Attend international workshops on animal health issues
  11. 11. Health of Ethiopian Animals for Rural Development (HEARD) EU11th EDF – NIP ETH - FED/2015/038-008
  12. 12. better lives through livestock ilri.org This presentation is licensed for use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence.

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