SNAPP TEAM:African Swine Fever in South-East Asia
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How can African Swine Fever be detected, prevented, and controlled in endemic and endangered wild pig populations, vital to ecosystems and rural communities?
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Team Critical Challenge:
  • Develop a theory of change to identify priority actions for improved ASF monitoring, prevention, and control (including actions currently being implemented or not).
  • Increase the amount of ASF case data in target countries by demonstrating low-cost IT-based surveillance systems (media monitoring and a community-based One Health toolkit), using a wide variety of readily available, and often overlooked, data.
  • Compile all guidelines, tools, and plans that are used in focal countries for a regional ASF mitigation plan, evaluating their utility and replicability across Asia.
  • Inform government partners in each focal country of their role in responding to ASF, including how to use recommended guidelines and tools, as part of a One Health approach that informs the development a national science-based ASF mitigation management plan which also considers the recommendation of Red List re-assessment of at least one Asian endemic wild pig species.
Ahmad Faisal
Wildlife Conservation Society, Indonesia
Caitlin Holley
World Organization for Animal Health
Emily Denstedt
Wildlife Conservation Society
Johanna Rode-Margono
International Union for Conservation of Nature Species Survival Comission Wild Pig Specialist Group
Larasati Simatupang
Catalyze Communications
Maria Puspa Kartika
Alam Sehat Lestari
Mark Rayan
Wildlife Conservation Society, Malaysia
Mohammad Rifqi
Yayasan Konservasi Alam Nusantara
Patipat Susumpao
Opendream Co.
Ulfah Mardhiah
Wildlife Conservation Society, Indonesia
Yooni Oh
Food and Agriculture Organization
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