African Swine Fever Cross Border Risk Assessment – South East Asia

The OIE is organising a regional ASF cross-border risk assessment study in South-East Asia with technical support from Hong Kong City University. As part of the study, a serial of webinars and exercises will be organised to cover different topics of ASF risk assessment.

1. An overview of African swine fever epidemiology (Prof. Dirk Pfeiffer )
Friday 25th September 2020, 10 AM Bangkok time
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Recorded video : #1 , #2
Presentations :
An overview of African swine fever epidemiology (Prof. Dirk Pfeiffer)
The situation of African swine fever and the main pig production system (Cambodia)
The situation of African swine fever and the main pig production system (Indonesia)
The situation of African swine fever and the main pig production system (Singapore) 


2.
Use of spatial information and Geographic Information Systems in Risk Assessment (Dr. Lisa Kohnle)
Friday 9th October 2020, 10 AM Bangkok time
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Recorded video : #1 , #2
Presentations :
Use of spatial information and Geographic Information Systems in Risk Assessment (Dr. Lisa Kohnle)
QGIS Presentation

 

3. Overview of Risk Assessment (Dr. Andrew Bremang)
Friday 23th October 2020, 10 AM Bangkok time
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Recorded video : #1 , #2
Presentations :
Overview of Risk Assessment and example (Dr Andrew Bremang)
ASF Situation in the Philippines (BAI Philippines) 
ASF Situation in Thailand (DLD Thailand)

4. Country presentation and Group discussion
Friday 6th November 2020, 10 AM Bangkok time
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Recorded video : click here
Presentations :
ASF Situation in Malaysia (Dr Sarah Abdullah)
ASF Situation in Myanmar (Dr Aung Ko Ko Min)
ASF Situation in Papua New Guinea (Dr Andy Yombo)

5. Introduction to Qualitative Risk Assessment (Dr. Aaron Yang)
Friday 20th November 2020, 10 AM Bangkok time
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Recorded video : #1, #2
Presentations :
Introduction to Qualitative Risk Assessment – (Dr Aaron Yang)
Sociological Approach to Animal Value Chain Analysis for Risk Management – (Dr Malcolm Anderson)