Australia Indonesia Partnership for Emerging Infectious Diseases
Animal Health 2011-2015 (AIP-EID Phase I)
Phase I of the Australia Indonesia Partnership for Emerging Infectious Diseases Animal Health 2011-2015 (AIP-EID) was successfully completed on 30 June 2015. The Program was implemented in partnership by the Australian Government Department of Agriculture and the Indonesian Ministry of Agriculture. The Program strengthened Indonesia’s veterinary services across a range of technical and policy areas, at both central and sub-national levels.
The Achievements of the AIP-EID Animal Health Program 2011-2015 provides further details on the Program’s successes from Phase I.
If you have difficulty accessing these files, visit web accessibility for assistance.
Animal Health 2015-2018 (AIP-EID Phase II)
An extension of the AIP-EID Program has been approved after the success of the first phase. The extension of the AIP-EID Program will further build upon achievements made since 2011 and continue to assist in strengthening Indonesia’s veterinary services. Phase II of the Program adopts the One Health approach by working synergistically in both the animal and human health sectors and the Australian Government Department of Agriculture and Water Resources and the World Health Organization (WHO), continuing to implement the Program in partnership with their respective Indonesian counterpart agencies. This One Health approach will see the Australian Government Department of Agriculture and Water Resources delivering the Animal Health Program and WHO delivering the Human Health Program with shared high level program outcomes, which have been identified as:
- Strengthened Indonesian government systems for integrated preparedness and rapid response to animal health and public health emergencies.
- Strengthened Indonesian government animal health information system and public health surveillance systems, and the effective use of information.
- Enhanced institutional and individual performance in leadership, management and evidence-based decision-making.
For the Australian Government Department of Agriculture and Water Resources the key Animal Health component outcomes include:
- Strengthened emergency management.
- Enhanced national animal health information system (iSIKHNAS) and the effective use of information to support surveillance, veterinary service delivery, policy development and advocacy.
- Strengthened leadership and management within Indonesia’s Veterinary Service.
Phase II of the Program will commence on 1 July 2015 and finish on 30 June 2018.