African Swine Fever in Asia

Standard Expert Group on ASF for Asia was launched

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Introduction

African Swine Fever has been spreading globally for several years and since the first reports of the virus into China in August 2018, there has been increasing concern over this disease in Asia and the Pacific. With over 60% of the world’s domestic pig population the impact of this disease in the region cannot be underestimated. Under the FAO/OIE GF-TADs umbrella a standing group of experts was formed in Europe to help coordinate efforts, share information and develop best practices for prevention and control of ASF outbreaks. A similar approach is now being used in Asia and learning from the experiences in Europe and taking into account the current situation in the region, the GF-TADs standing group of experts on African swine fever (SGE-ASF) for Asia was launched in Beijing, China on 10th April 2019.

SGE-ASF Meetings for Asia

Situational Update of ASF in Asia and the Pacific

A summary of all Immediate Notifications and Follow-up reports submitted by countries in the region to report the occurrence of the disease since 2018. 

ASF-related Webinars

A series of webinars on ASF-related topics by the OIE Sub-Regional Representation for South East Asia.