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Committee on Commodity Problems - Sub-Group on Hides and Skins (2001) COMMITTEE ON COMMODITY PROBLEMS Sub-Group on Hides and Skins Seventh Session Rome, 4 - 6 June 2001 Español Français List of documents Download ID CCP: ME/HS 01/1 Provisional Agenda X9584E CCP: ME/HS 01/2 Current Situation Y0706E CCP: ME/HS 01/3 Trade, Sanitary and Environmental Policy Linkages in the Hides, Skins and Leather Processing Sector Y0018E CCP: ME/HS 01/4 Trade Restrictions on Hides and Skins Y0245E CCP: ME/HS 01/5 Importers' Requirements of Hides and Skins and Derived Products Y0590E CCP: ME/HS 01/6 Hides and Skins and Skins and Leather Commodity Profile and Strategy for Development Y0019E CCP: ME/HS 01/7 Commodity Development Activities: Review of Project Proposals Y0020E CCP: ME/HS 01/8 Revision of the International Trade Classification Y0246E CCP: GR-RI-ME-OF 01/6-Rev.1 Report of the Seventh Session of the Sub-Group on Hides and Skins - Rome, Italy, 4 and 5 June 2001 FAO Governing Bodies Search our site   Questions?
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PowerPoint Presentation 1 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 1 LSD in the region Tsviatko Alexandrov DVM, PhD, FAO International consultant Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 2 ASF vs. LSD All the way from Africa….. 2 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 3What is needed for LSD? (...) • Uncontrolled animal movements – nomadism and communal grazing • Substantial importer of live cattle from the Horn of African countries • Importation of live animals lacks sufficient control LSD in the Middle East 4 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 7 • Turkey (2013), the norther part of Cyprus (2014), Greece (2015), followed by Bulgaria, Serbia, FYR of Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo and Albania (2016) • Not affected: Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia • Caucasus: Azerbaijan (2014), Armenia (2015) Georgia (2016) • Kazakhstan (2016) • In southern Russian Republics of Chechnya, Dagestan, Kalmykiyan, In the Russian Federation, LSD has spread within 16 provinces  Ukraine at high risk LSD outbreak in South East Europe and Northern Caucasus Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 8 • Live cattle movement among African and Middle Eastern countries displayed as yearly average amounts in the period 2008–2013 (COMTRADE) Global occurrence of LSD (OIE) 5 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 9Countries that have reported LSD Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 10Movie: LSD spread in Turkey and the Balkans 6 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 11LSD in the region in 2016 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 12LSD in the region in 2017 7 Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 13 Live bovines from Part I (free zones with vaccination) to: • Part I or Part II areas (conditions) • Any other Member State (MS) or third country under conditions • Any other MS or third country under conditions and bilateral agreements Live bovines from Part II (affected zones) to : • Part II areas of same or other MS (conditions) • Other areas (MS/third country) only on the basis of conditions and bilateral agreements Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue training of trainers in FYR of Macedonia Skopje, 13-14 September 2017 14 Thanks for your attention
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Control and vaccination 1 Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 1 Lumpy skin disease overview Eeva Tuppurainen, DVM, MSc, PhD, MRCVS Lumpy skin disease scientific expert FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia, Hungary Food safety 2 2 Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 3 • In many countries within affected regions, the majority of cattle holdings have < 10 cattle • In some cases, farmers owning 5 – 10 cattle are considered as commercial farmers • Local (or mixed) cattle breeds produce an average of 10 litres of milk /day – party for own use, for a calf and to prepare cheese/yogurt other products for extra income and when cash is needed calves are sold • Small-holders and backyard farmers (skin is full of scars - recovery not good and takes several months • Compensation may be obtained but it’s difficult to find a new animals Economic impact of LSD for small-holders Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 4 • European high-producing dairy cows in the peak of production are the most susceptible • Due to the insect transmission, there is no way to effectively protect these holdings although using insect repellents in the facilities and spot-on products • Massive financial losses in intensive milk or beef cattle production units and cattle collections stations • Partial stamping-out in a farm with 3000 animals – 1000 with severe clinical disease • A considerable environmental problem with the disposal of large numbers of infected carcasses • Vaccination well in advance is the only feasible way to protect these farms - should vaccination of these farms be a priority? LSD in an intensive cattle production unit 3 Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 5 Evaluating the age of the skin lesions 7 dpi 1 to 2 weeks 2 weeks 2 to 3 weeks 3 weeks Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 6 Evaluating the age of the skin lesions Eye lesion 4 Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 7 • Morbidity rate varies between 5 to 45% and mortality rate usually remains below 10% (low figures are likely due to total stamping-out) • Introduction of the first case is usually associated with cattle movements from affected regions • No carriers but silent infections occur • Mainly transmitted mechanically by biting insect and tick vectors • Difference between mechanical and biological transmissions • To date there is no evidence on viral replication in vectors (biological) – major difference with bluetongue Epidemiology and transmission in a nutshell Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 8 • Insects and ticks • Shared drinking troughs or feeding sites • Iatrogenic mode by veterinary treatments and vaccinations • Is direct contact as ineffective as claimed??? (...) • Cattle census not updated and database contains animals that do not exist any more • In practice replacement of lost ear tags when vaccinated or samples are collected – update of the database Cattle ID, vaccination, movement and LIMS database 7 Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 13 • In general, removal of severely infected animals from the herd is always recommended • Calves can be infected in the womb as sometimes reported born with skin lesions • Usually approximately 50% infected animals do not show clinical signs • How to handle those cases of infected mother which is just about to give birth • Should the cow be allowed to give birth before culling?
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PowerPoint Presentation 1 Republic of Macedonia Food and Veterinary Agency Dimitar Terzievski DVM Oliver Ivanovski DVM Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 LSD awareness Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 Past/Current LSD awareness • LSD awareness campaigns in your country: Yes • Start date of awareness campaigns: December 2015 (training of vet practitioners and OV) • Targeted stakeholders: Private vet practitioners-Macedonian veterinary chamber/ farmers/ farmer association/ official veterinarians • Awareness tools: Meetings /Media ( National TV) /Website/ leaflets/Posters • Awareness plans/strategies: Raising awareness on revaccination campaign trough information published on National TV/ Website/ Private practitioners • Geographical area: Whole territory of the country 2 LSD awareness campaigns Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 • Training of Personnel from Food and Veterinary Agency in Pendik Veterinary Control Institute, Istanbul, supported by TICA. • Seminar on ‘‘Preparation and Coordination of Veterinary Services as regards Lumpy Skin Disease in cattle, by Macedonian Veterinary Chamber, Skopje • Information and awareness campaign of Private practitioners • Poster available on the web site of the Food and Veterinary Agency and private veterinary organization • Informing the farmers during visits to holdings (distribution of leaflets) LSD awareness campaigns Awareness campaigns targeted to: Y/N Start date of awareness campaign 1st LSD outbreak (if applicable) Official vets Yes December 2015 21.04.2017 Private vets Yes December 2015 Big farmers Yes December 2015 Small backyard farmers Yes April 2016 Traders / Middlemen Yes April 2016 Transporters Yes April 2016 Other Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 3 Awareness tools (please provide pictures of the materials) Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 Y/N Number of printed materials/meetings Primary target audience Applied to the whole country/zone (Y/N; if NO, specify) Leaflets Yes 3000 farmers Yes Posters Yes 3000/2000 farmers Yes Meetings with official vets Yes Yes Meetings with private vets Yes Yes Meetings with farmers Yes Yes (regional coverage in 6 cities in the territory of the country) Website Yes Yes TV/Radio Yes Yes Information of the disease/waste management/biosecurity measures Yes Send by e mail to all private practitioners and official veterinarians Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 4 Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 5 Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 6 Upcoming awareness strategies • Objectives: To inform the relevant stakeholders about mass vaccination process • Start date of awareness campaigns: Ongoing/The public is already informed about mass revaccination • Targeted stakeholders: Cattle breeders/ livestock markets/transporters • Awareness tools: Mass media (TV/Radio) • Geographical area: Whole territory Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 Thank You for Your attention dterzievski@fva.gov.mk oivanovski@fva.gov.mk Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 mailto:dterzievski@fva.gov.mk mailto:oivanovski@fva.gov.mk
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Score: 1072947.2 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...nts2017/LSD_bp/cp/Maced_aw.pdf
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The goal of this strategic framework is to assist endemic countries in reducing the morbidity, disability and psychosocial impacts of skin NTDs and other skin conditions through a people-centred approach by identifying areas, key partners and resources for integration as well as systems to embed interventions within national programmes and facilitate country ownership. Of the 20 diseases and disease groups listed in the NTD portfolio, more than half present with skin manifestations. Grouping the skin-related diseases will improve prospects for combining activities to detect and treat two or more diseases simultaneously. Furthermore, broadening access to an integrated approach to skin NTDs through the implementation of this strategic framework  offers a solution to many of the issues encountered by those working to overcome NTDs.
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Control and vaccination 1 Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 1 FAO Lumpy Skin Disease Field Manual Eeva Tuppurainen, Tsviatko Alexandrov and Daniel Beltran-Alcrudo FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 2 • One of the series prepared by FAO's Emergency Prevention System for Transboundary Animal and Plant Pests and Diseases (EMPRES) • Unpreceded and aggressive spread of LSD to previously disease-free regions (since 2012) • A huge demand for more knowledge on LSD amongst all cattle stakeholders • Data in a short and easy-to-read format to provide fast access to essential information • Intended for private and official veterinary professionals (in the field and slaughterhouses), para-professionals and laboratory diagnosticians • Contains essential key information and multiple pictures and diagrams, avoiding all- inclusive highly scientific text • In English, Russian, plus three other languages in the affected region Field Manual for Lumpy skin disease 2 Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 3 • How to recognise LSD; typical clinical signs, post-mortem findings, differential diagnostics and epidemiology • What to do if a suspected case is detected at a farm • Notification • Immediate control actions at a farm • Laboratory confirmation of the tentative field diagnosis, using available tests, preferred sample material • Storage and dispatch of samples to national and international laboratories • Control and eradication measures in the region/country • Available vaccines, adverse reactions and vaccination protocol • Biosecurity at a farm • Feasible surveillance during and after an outbreak The Field Manual describes in chronological order Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 4 • Virus characteristics are described in the light of control measures, such as transmission, disinfection etc. • Current geographical distribution • Different modes of transmission and host range Sections 1, 2 and 3: Introduction, causative agent and epidemiology 3 Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 5 • Characteristic clinical signs are discussed • A number of images on the LSD lesions in the skin and mucous membranes • Challenging recognition of early infections and skin lesions in free-ranging beef cattle or cattle with long winter coat • Differential diagnosis with images • Post-mortem findings Section 4 and 5: In depth description of typical clinical signs and differential diagnosis Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 6 • Suspicion raised by owners, private veterinarians, animal traders and slaughterhouse staff • Preparation of an investigation kit to assist official district veterinarians • Chain of notification • Type and number of samples • Separation of sick animals (if feasible) • Clinical examination and sample collection from the rest of the animals • Freezing cattle movements and trade Section 6: Immediate measures in the farm in case of suspicion 4 Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 7 • What data should be included into an outbreak investigation • How long the disease has been present • Magnitude of the problem: a number of cases, definition of epidemiological unit and population at risk • Possible source of infection • Movement of animals, people, vehicles or other fomites Section 6. (...) Control and prevention of LSD 6 Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 11 • Active and passive clinical surveillance • Feasible use of diagnostic tools for post-outbreak surveillance • PCR • Serology Section 10. Surveillance programs Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 12 Dr Eeva S.M.
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article ‘Kangaroo care’ helps premature babies thrive Ensuring skin-to-skin contact between new babies and mothers in Serbia. (...) With the first skin-to-skin contact - she was calmer. While she was on my chest, the frequency of her heartbeats reduced. And her progress in terms of weight is visible. After our first skin-to-skin contact her weight increased rapidly.”
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FAO - COMMITTEE ON COMMODITY PROBLEMS COMMITTEE ON COMMODITY PROBLEMS INTERGOVERNMENTAL GROUP ON MEAT SUB-GROUP ON HIDES AND SKINS Sixth Session Cape Town, South Africa, 9-11 November 1998 DEVELOPMENT OF THE HIDES, SKINS AND LEATHER SECTOR IN AFRICA Table of Contents INTRODUCTION HIDES AND SKINS PRODUCTION AND TRADE Cultural factors Infrastructure Grading and pricing structures FOOTWEAR AND LEATHER GOODS MARKETING OF LEATHER PRODUCTS CONCLUSIONS I. (...) The Sub-Group on Hides and Skins has, on a number of occasions, expressed concern at the problems facing the hides and skins sector in Africa. At its Third Session, in 1992, it requested an investigation of the marketing of African hides and skins with emphasis on the problems and constraints affecting the African hides and skins and leather field.
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THE CO-ORDINATION OF ACTIVITIES RELATED TO EARLY WARNING OF POSSIBLE REFUGEE FLOWS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The establishment and management of relevant data and databases, in particular by the use of new technology, should be given a very high priority in order to effectively and efficiently develop and increase the early warning capacity of the United lotions. B. Development of early warnina with renard to refugee outflows in the orincfral organs of the United Wetions 22. (...) Being aware that early waning wsa not established as a regular component of work at the United Wationa and that this constituted a lacuna in the work of the United Wationa particularly in preventive diplomacy, the Secretary-General nas continuously pointed out the importance of early warning activities, given that prevention is one of the most important functions of the United lotions, The Secretary-General informed in his second annual report in 1983 that he had initiated steps within the Secretariat in order to be alerted in advance to incipient problems affecting international peace and security 61. (...) As re8erda the actions taken by the Secretary-General, mindful of General Anaembly resolution 39/117 of 1984 on humen rights and mass exoduses, the Secretary-General designated the Centre for Human Rights “as the focal point within the Secretariat for monitoring and following-up contacts with the United lotions organs, specialised agencies and other international organi- sations with regard to incipient situations of mass movement of population.”
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Sub-Group on Hides and Skins   FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS helping to build a world without hunger     Meetings   Committee On Commodity Problems Sub-Group on Hides and Skins 8th Session Rome, Italy 18-19 December 2003 List of documents Download ID CCP: ME/HS 03/1 Agenda of the Sub-Group on Hides and Skins j0038e CCP: ME/HS 03/2 Linkages Between Trade and Environmental Policies in the Hides and Skins and Leather Sector j0732e CCP: ME/HS 03/3 A Development Strategy for Hides and Skins j0697e CCP: ME/HS 03/4 Development Regarding Common Fund for Commodities' Projects on Hides and Skins j0401e CCP: ME 04/6 Report of the Sub-Group on Hides and Skins j1761e   Previous Sessions (available on this website):    CCP: ME/HS 98 ; CCP: ME/HS 2001 ; FAO Governing Bodies Search our site   Questions?
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