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  • Report

    Kenya

    July Dr Patrick Bastiaensen

    Dr Herbert Schneider Dr Francisco DAlessio 2011

  • PVS Gap Analysis report

    Kenya

    11 to 21 July 2011

    Dr Patrick Bastiaensen (Team Leader)

    Dr Herbert Schneider (Technical expert)

    Dr Francisco DAlessio (Technical expert)

    World Organisation for Animal Health

    12 rue de Prony

    F-75017 Paris, FRANCE

  • Kenya 2011 PVS Gap Analysis

  • Kenya 2011 PVS Gap Analysis

    i

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Table of contents ........................................................................................................................ i

    List of acronyms, abbreviations and/or special terms ............................................................. iii

    Acknowledgements ................................................................................................................... vi

    Executive Summary ................................................................................................................... 1

    Methodology of the PVS Gap Analysis mission ....................................................................... 7

    I The PVS Gap Analysis process ................................................................................................ 7 I.1 Background information ........................................................................................................................ 7 I.2 Methodology ........................................................................................................................................ 20

    II National and international priorities and expected levels of advancement ........................ 22 II.1 National priorities ............................................................................................................................ 22 II.2 Level of advancement ..................................................................................................................... 23 II.3 Impact and significance ................................................................................................................... 26

    PVS Gap Analysis .................................................................................................................... 27

    I Strengthening competencies for international trade ............................................................ 29 I.1 Strategy and activities .......................................................................................................................... 29 I.2 Human resources ................................................................................................................................. 31 I.3 Physical resources................................................................................................................................ 31 I.4 Financial resources .............................................................................................................................. 31

    II Strengthening competencies for animal health ..................................................................... 34 II.1 Strategy and activities ..................................................................................................................... 34 II.2 Human resources ............................................................................................................................. 36 II.3 Physical resources ........................................................................................................................... 38 II.4 Financial resources .......................................................................................................................... 38

    III Strengthening competencies for veterinary public health ............................................... 40 III.1 Strategy and activities ..................................................................................................................... 40 III.2 Human resources ............................................................................................................................. 41 III.3 Physical resources ........................................................................................................................... 43 III.4 Financial resources .......................................................................................................................... 43

    IV Strengthening competencies for veterinary laboratories ................................................. 45 IV.1 Strategy and activities ..................................................................................................................... 45 IV.2 Human resources ............................................................................................................................. 48 IV.3 Physical resources ........................................................................................................................... 48 IV.4 Financial resources .......................................................................................................................... 48

    V Strengthening competencies for general management and regulatory services ................ 51 V.1 General organisation of the Veterinary Services ............................................................................. 51 V.2 Cross-cutting competencies of the VS ............................................................................................ 56 V.3 Human resources ............................................................................................................................. 60 V.4 Physical resources ........................................................................................................................... 61 V.5 Financial resources .......................................................................................................................... 61

    VI Global budget analysis ........................................................................................................ 64 VI.1 Capital investment ........................................................................................................................... 65 VI.2 Operational funding ......................................................................................................................... 65 VI.3 Emergency funding ......................................................................................................................... 66 VI.4 Profitability and sustainability ......................................................................................................... 66

    Conclusion ............................................................................................................................... 71

    Appendices ............................................................................................................................... 73

  • Kenya 2011 PVS Gap Analysis

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    Appendix 1: Critical Competency Cards and corresponding Cost Estimation Cards (listed

    according to the pillars) .................................................................................................................. 73

    Appendix 2: Simulation of the annual budget available to a future county-based VS (47

    counties) .......................................................................................................................................... 145

    Appendix 3 : Conduct of the mission ........................................................................................... 147

    Appendix 4 : Participants in the various sessions (per pillar) ................................................... 149

    Appendix 5 : Glossary of terms (as per OIE Terrestrial Code) ................................................ 153

    Appendix 6: Supporting documents ............................................................................................ 156

  • Kenya 2011 PVS Gap Analysis

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    LIST OF ACRONYMS, ABBREVIATIONS AND/OR SPECIAL TERMS

    AH Animal Health

    AHA(s) Animal Health Assistant(s)

    AHITI Animal Health and Industry Training Institute

    AHS African Horse Sickness

    AI Artificial Insemination

    ALLPRO ASAL Based Livestock and Rural Livelihoods Support Project

    ASALs Arid and Semi-Arid Lands

    ASF African Swine Fever

    AU African Union

    BIP Border Inspection Post

    BSE Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy

    CAHNET Community based Animal Health Network

    CAHW Community based Animal Health Worker

    CBPP Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia

    CC Critical competency (PVS)

    CE Continuing education

    COMESA Common Market of Eastern and Southern Africa

    CPD Continuous Professional Development

    CVL Central Veterinary Laboratory

    CVO Chief Veterinary Officer

    CVS County Veterinary Services

    DFZ Disease Free Zone

    DPT Digital Pen Technology

    DVM Doctor in veterinary medicine

    DVO District Veterinary Officer

    DVS Department of Veterinary Services

    EAC East African Community

    ELISA Enzyme-Linked Immuno-Sorbent Assay

    EU European Union

    FAO Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations

    FMD Foot and Mouth Disease

    FVP Field Veterinary Post

    GDP Gross Domestic Product

    GO(s) Government Organization(s)

    HA Hemagglutination

    HACCP Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point

    HPAI Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza

    IBAR Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources (AU)

    IHA Indirect Hemagglutination

    ILRI International Livestock Research