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Public-private partnerships for stronger  Veterinary Services   

In 2017, the OIE surveyed its 181 Member Countries and also private entities on their experiences with public-private partnerships (PPPs) to identify case stories in the field of Veterinary Services, their benefits and key success factors, as well as their challenges. Our analysis produced a typology of PPPs in animal health for promotion of practical action in the field. The objective of the OIE in 2018 is to disseminate information on this approach at the 86th General Session and beyond, witha view to facilitating more impactful and sustainable PPPs in support of national Veterinary Services worldwide.

 


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The OIE Public-Private Progress Initiative

The OIE Public-Private Progress initiative is a strategic 3-year initiative, from November 2016 to 2019, led by the OIE in collaboration with CIRAD* and supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. It aims to assist OIE Member Countries in improving the quality of Veterinary Services while building robust and sustainable animal health systems that contribute to the health and well-being of human populations.


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A global typology of public–private partnerships in support of national Veterinary Services

The Public–Private Progress initiative aims to assist OIE Member Countries in developing sustainable public–private partnerships (PPPs) to strengthen Veterinary Services. During the first step of the initiative, around 100 examples were reported and analysed to produce a typology for PPPs in animal health with three distinct clusters.

 

These clusters will help our stakeholders determine which type of PPP best fits their countries’ needs. Additionally, the OIE will develop tools to facilitate the building of partnerships in each of the clusters.

 

Learn from the case stories

To better illustrate public-private partnerships with national Veterinary Services, we are collecting case stories from around the world, representing the different PPP clusters.

Cluster 1
Mali: an example of a PPP between the Veterinary Services and private veterinarians: collaboration between the Veterinary Services of Mali and private veterinarians through the sanitary mandate for around 20 years, to improve livestock vaccination coverage

Cluster 2
Paraguay: an example of a PPP between the Veterinary Services and producers:  collaboration between the Veterinary Services of Paraguay (SENACSA) and the Foundation of Animal Health Services (FUNDASSA), initiated in 2003, to eradicate FMD and open export markets

Cluster 3
Ethiopia: an example of a PPP between the Veterinary Services and a private company: collaboration between the Veterinary Services of Ethiopia and the company Ethiochicken since 2010, to improve poultry production and benefit smallholder farmers

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Public-Private Partnerships as a means to support the capacities of national Veterinary Services

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