One Health Educational Workshop

                                                                                                             

One Health Educational Workshop

The 12th Asian Society of Conservation Medicine (ASCM) Conference 2019

Hotel Cambodiana, Phnom Penh, Cambodia,
Oct 2
5th to 27th 2019

Asian Society of Conservation Medicine (ASCM) held its 12th Conference 2019 in the city of Phnom Penh Cambodia on 26-27 October 2019. ASCM is an affiliation member of FAVA and FAVA always involved in most ASCM seminar and workshop. The conference was preceded by the One Health Educational workshop on October 25th at the Royal Agriculture University (RUA) Cambodia with the audience were students and members of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. The speakers and topic in this worksop were 1) Role of FAVA on One Health Activities in Asia – Dr. Bambang Pontjo Priosoeryanto, FAVA Secretary General, 2) Wildlife Biology and Medicine for One Health – Dr. Toshio Tsubota, Laboratory of Wildlife Biology and Medicine, Graduate School of Veterinary Medicine, Hokkaido University, 3) Introduction to Zoo Medicine Dr. Paolo Martelli – Ocean Park Hong Kong, 4) One Health Concept and Wildlife Disease Surveillance – Dr. Pam Whiteley, Wildlife Disease Association, and Wildlife Health Australia) and 5) General Pathology – Dr. James K. Chambers, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, the University of Tokyo.

As a federation of Asian veterinary association, FAVA with its member association in every member countries takes the responsibility to bring awareness of its importance issue of One Health to the community to make a better life by harmonization between human-animal-environment bond. The ASCM One Health Educational Workshop is held with support from FAVA since 2014. FAVA was supported this educational workshop by giving a lecture and also donated 500 US$ for this activity. Dr. Bambang Pontjo Priosoeryanto, the FAVA Secretary General was gave a lecture on the general information about FAVA with special topic on the FAVA activities on One Health in Asia. The audience was very impressed and enthusiastic with this workshop. FAVA will keep involved and active participated in the promotion, education, collaboration with other parties on One Health issue in every possibility ways as a real contribution of our veterinary profession.

Audience of the Educational One Health Workshop student of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine RUA, Cambodia

Speakers and organizers at the workshop with the Dean of Fac. of Vet. Medicine RUA and President of ASCM

Speakers and participants at the 12th ASCM Conference, from FAVA participated Dr. Bambang Pontjo Priosoeryanto (FAVA Secretary General and Dr. Achariya Sailasuta (Director of FAVA Office Bangkok)

Dr. Bambang Pontjo Priosoeryanto (FAVA Secretary General and Dr. Achariya Sailasuta (Director of FAVA Office Bangkok) with the Dean of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Prof. Kang Kroesna

Participants of the 12th ASCM Conference 2019

 

The 41st FAVA Council Meeting

16th-17th   October, 2019

Henan Prime Beach Resort, Boracay, Philippines

www.favamember.org

 

MABUHAY………

The 41st FAVA Council Meeting was held on October 16th , 2019 at Henann Prime Beach Resort Hotel, Boracay hosted by the Philippine Veterinary Medical Association, PVMA.  The meeting was attended by the FAVA Executive Committee (President, Secretary General, Treasurer and Director FAVA Office,  Bangkok), while from the member associations were representative from Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Philippines, Myanmar, Malaysia, Thailand, Nepal, Indonesia and Asian Society of Conservation Medicine (ASCM) as member affiliate. Commonwealth Veterinary Association (CVA) and Wildlife Diseases Association-Asian Pacific Section (WDA-AP) were also attended as a guest due to agenda of the signing MoU between FAVA and these two association.

The meeting was very successful with a constructive result for the development of veterinary profession in Asian continent. The meeting was started at 09:00 AM till 18:00 with a very tight schedule divided into several parts due to many issues to be discussed. The meeting was led by Dr. Bambang Pontjo Priosoeryanto FAVA Secretary-General . Before opening remark, the silent time was held in order to remember of the passing away of Dr. Topacio Tadulako of Philippines who was one of the FAVA founding father lead by Dr.Paul Chelliah the FAVA treasurer. The JVMA representative was pleased by FAVA Secretary-General to explaining about the disaster of Hagibis typhoon that hit Japan and causing the lost of their life as victim and all attendee took a silent time for a while leading by Dr. Sakai to remembering and give respect to the victims.  Opening remarks was delivered by the FAVA President Dr. Heru Setijanto and followed by the self-introductions of all participants. After the coffee break, the meeting was continued with one year (from October 2018 till October 2019) activities report agenda from :   1). FAVA President,  2). Secretary General, 3). Treasurer & Auditor and 4). Director of FAVA Office Bangkok.  Follow by the FAVA member countries reported which are keeping in progress in all the countries.

 

The bidding for the host of the 22nd FAVA Congress 2022 was JVMA that sent the bidding letter to the FAVA president. After presented the intention of JVMA to host the 22nd FAVA Congress 2022 by JVMA representative Dr. Koga and also the video of progress and preparation for the 2022 congress, the Councilors discussed and finally awarded to Japan on hosting of the 22nd FAVA Congress 2022. For the 43rd FAVA Council Meeting in 2021, Councilors agree to give a privilege to Taiwan to host the 43rd FAVA Council Meeting in 2021 together with the WVA Congress in Taiwan.

JVMA continue to run the program of Training Program for Asian Veterinarians Ⅱ
(TPFAV-Ⅱ) or Second phase II on the year of 2019 and the selection will begin in November 2019 next month, for the year of 2019 TPFAV-II will accept 16 trainees.

In the final session of the meeting, the presentation of CVA represent by Dr. Peter Thornber and WDA-AP represent by Dr. Tokuma Yanai was held and followed by the voting of Councilors for the agreement of FAVA have an MoU with CVA and WDA-AP. All councilors agreed for the MoU and finally, the FAVA President Dr. Heru Setijanto and the CVA President Dr. Peter Thornber was signed the MoU, followed by the signed of another MoU between FAVA President Dr. Heru Setijanto and WDA-AP President Dr. Tokuma Yanai.

 

The 41st FAVA Council Meeting was officially closed by the FAVA President and followed by group photo of all participants. The first day meeting was ended by a dinner hosted by PVMA.

 

The second day (October 7th ) was the free day and participants enjoyed the beautiful beach of Boracay by sailing with a traditional boat and snorkeling of the beautiful coral sea and swimming in the clean water and beautiful beach of Boracay. Enjoyed beautiful Sunset in the traditional boat, as well as night market at d-Mall was the last activity of the second day and the entire program.

 

October 22nd, 2019

Reported by
Dr. Bambang Pontjo Priosoeryanto

FAVA Secretary  General

World Veterinary Congress -Poster abstract submissions closing soon!

 

 

To the Federation of Asian Veterinary Association (FAVA), encourage your members to submit their poster abstracts now!

 

The 36th World Veterinary Association Congress is the perfect opportunity for your members to:

·           Showcase research or interesting clinical case on a global stage

·           Open doors for future collaboration

·           Contribute to an international congress

·           Network with peers from around the world

Posters across all veterinary disciplines will be displayed and presented in the exhibition hall during the 36th World Veterinary Association Congress.

Encourage your members to submit their poster abstract now!

 

Award categories:

·         Best clinical case poster

·         Best scientific research poster

 

Abstract submission deadline

5 pm Tuesday 1 October 2019

 

ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS

 

FAVA seminar in ILDEX Indonesia 2019

 

FAVA in collaboration with VNU Exhibitions Asia Pacific organized FAVA seminar on Animal Health – Rabies seminar

on 19 September 2019

at ILDEX Indonesia 2019  Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE), Jakarta, Indonesia.

Thank you for the contribution to Dr. Fadjar Sumping Tjatur Rasa, DVM, Ph.D., Director of Animal Health,
The Ministry of Agriculture, Indonesia
Dr.Anak Agung Gde Putra, DVM, MSc, Ph.D, SH, Expert Team,
Bali Rabies Eradication Program and
Dr.Yul Fitria, DVM, M.Biomed,
Virology Lab Coordinator, Bukit Tinggi Veterinary Center

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

3rd International Symposium on

Alternatives to Antibiotics (ATA)

One Health – AMR Seminar

 

ISWAVLD 2019

 

FAVA councilors attended the 19th International Symposium of World Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians and the OIE Seminar, during 19-22 June 2019. at the Empress Convention Center, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

FAO Meeting

 

Prof. Dr. Achariya Sailasuta, Director of FAVA office, Bangkok as the representative of FAVA president, Dr. Heru Setijanto participated the forum entitled “Regional Forum on Antimicrobial Stewardship in Agriculture” hosted by   the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (FAO RAP), during   11-12 July, 2019, Bangkok, Thailand.

The objectives of the forum were: 1) contextualize the ground challenges and stakeholder needs in the practice of prudent use of antimicrobials in agriculture; 2) facilitate exchanges on the experiences and innovative approaches taken towards prudent use of antimicrobials in agriculture in Asia; 3) discuss potential solutions to address the challenges and needs, and identify the roles of key stakeholders in promoting antimicrobial stewardship in agriculture in Asia; and 4) develop recommendations to further promote prudent use of antimicrobials in agriculture in Asia.  In this regard, FAVA had presented the Role of FAVA on AMR/AMU in Asia which was successfully done through the seminar and the conference.   The forum has reached the objectives on the good antimicrobial stewardship is envisioned to contribute towards the good management of antimicrobial use (AMU) and possible solutions of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) for various stakeholders in the region.