Performance of Veterinary Services (PVS)

Cyclical in nature, the PVS Pathway provides a robust mechanism for the continuous improvement of national Veterinary Services,  through a staged approach using a set of proven tools and methods to evaluate, plan, cost and support the strengthening of national Veterinary Services. These stages, and the options for member Country engagement within each of them, are presented in the diagram:

PVS Pathway Cycle 

PVS Activities in the Region

Completed and on-going PVS related activities in Asia and the Pacific region are listed below by stage of the PVS Pathway cycle.

1. Orientation

 

2. Evaluation

 

PVS Evaluation missions

As of 11 May 2020, the OIE has received 28 requests and implemented 28 missions in Asia and the Pacific region. Eleven (11) reports are available for restricted distribution to Donors and Partners and 6 reports are available on the OIE website.
The 28 PVS Evaluation missions were implemented in:

2006: Vietnam
2007: Laos, Mongolia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Fiji
2008: Philippines, Bhutan, Brunei, Sri Lanka, Korea Rep. Dem of, Nepal
2009: Myanmar
2010: Iran, Afghanistan
2011: Timor Leste, Bangladesh, Maldives
2012: Thailand
2014: Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Pakistan
2015: Papua New Guinea, Australia
2016: Malaysia, Japan
2018: India
2019: Chinese Taipei

 

PVS Evaluation Follow-up missions

As of 11 May 2020, the OIE has received 15 requests and implemented 10 missions in Asia and the Pacific region. Three (3) reports are available for restricted distribution to Donors and Partners and 2 reports are available on the OIE website.
The missions were implemented in:

2010: Vietnam
2011: Laos
2014: Fiji
2015: Myanmar, Bhutan
2016: Philippines
2017: Afghanistan
2018: Cambodia, Myanmar (second mission)
2019: Iran, Mongolia

 

PVS Aquatic missions

As of 11 May 2020, the OIE has received 4 requests and implemented 3 PVS Aquatic Evaluation missions in Asia and the Pacific region.
The 3 PVS missions were implemented in:
2009: Vietnam
2011: Maldives
2013: Philippines

In addition, the OIE implemented a PVS Aquatic Follow Up mission in Vietnam in 2015.

 

3. Planning

 

Gap Analysis

As of 11 May 2020, the OIE has received 23 requests and implemented 20 missions in Asia and the Pacific region, including one Aquatic Gap Analysis mission. There are 7 reports that are available for restricted distribution to Donors and Partners and 3 reports are available on the OIE website. The 20 PVS Gap Analysis missions were implemented in:

2009: Bhutan
2010: Vietnam, Philippines, Mongolia, Myanmar
2011: Cambodia, Nepal, Indonesia, Sri Lanka
2012: Laos
2013: Brunei
2014: Thailand, Timor Leste
2015: Bangladesh
2016: Philippines (Aquatic Gap Analysis mission)
2017: Fiji, Malaysia, Vanuatu
2019: Papua New Guinea, Pakistan

 

Strategic Planning Workshop
  • PVS Pathway Strategic Planning Workshop (6-9 Jan 2020, Malaysia)

4. Targeted support

 

A.  One Health Integration (WHO IHR-PVS National Bridging Workshops)

 

  • Thailand (26 – 27 March 2014)
  • Pakistan (9 – 11 May 2017) Report Roadmap
  • Indonesia (21 – 24 August 2017) Report Roadmap
  • Bhutan (13 – 15 March 2018) Report Roadmap
  • Bangladesh (26 – 28 February 2019)
  • Myanmar (10 – 12 September 2019) Report Roadmap
  • Philippine (TBC)
  • Timor Leste (TBC)

For more information: https://extranet.who.int/sph/ihr-pvs-bridging-workshop

 

B. PVS Pathway Veterinary Legislation Support Programme (VLSP)

As of 11 May 2020, the OIE has received 11 requests and implemented 10 missions in Asia and the Pacific region. The 10 VLSP missions were implemented in:

2007: Cambodia
2009: Bhutan, Vietnam
2010: Afghanistan
2012: Laos, Mongolia
2015: Papua New Guinea
2016: Fiji
2018: Cambodia (Second mission), Myanmar

 

C. PVS Sustainable Laboratory Support
  • PVS laboratory missions

As of 11 May 2020, the OIE has received 5 requests and implemented 4 missions in Asia and the Pacific region. The 4 missions were implemented in:

2012: Laos
2015: Mongolia
2016: Bhutan, Myanmar

 

For more information

OIE Global Website

OIE PVS Portal

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OIE Bulletin

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