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Forewarning of Livestock Diseases June-2022

AAnthrax" "BIHAR,GUJARAT,JHARKHAND,KARNATAKA AND TAMIL NADU are predicted for likely occurrence of Anthrax in August-2022

ASSAM,JHARKHAND,KERALA,MEGHALAYA,SIKKIM,TRIPURA,UTTAR PRADESH AND WEST BENGAL are predicted for likely occurrence of Babesiosis in August-2022

ASSAM,GUJARAT,JHARKHAND,KARNATAKA,MADHYA PRADESH,MANIPUR,MEGHALAYA,ODISHA AND WEST BENGAL are predicted for likely occurrence of Black quarter in August-2022


ANDHRA PRADESH,ASSAM,JHARKHAND,KARNATAKA,KERALA,MADHYA PRADESH AND RAJASTHAN are predicted for likely occurrence of Enterotoxaemia in August-2022

ARUNACHAL PRADESH,ASSAM,JHARKHAND,MANIPUR,UTTAR PRADESH,ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS AND PUDUCHERRY are predicted for likely occurrence of Fascioliasis in August-2022

BIHAR,GUJARAT,HIMACHAL PRADESH,JAMMU & KASHMIR,JHARKHAND,KARNATAKA,KERALA,MAHARASHTRA,MANIPUR,MEGHALAYA,NAGALAND,ODISHA,RAJASTHAN,SIKKIM,TAMIL NADU,WEST BENGAL AND CHANDIGARH are predicted for likely occurrence of Foot and mouth disease in August-2022

ANDHRA PRADESH,ASSAM,BIHAR,CHATTISGARH,GUJARAT,JHARKHAND,KARNATAKA,KERALA,MADHYA PRADESH,MANIPUR,ODISHA,PUNJAB,RAJASTHAN,TRIPURA,WEST BENGAL AND CHANDIGARH are predicted for likely occurrence of Haemorrhagic septicaemia in August-2022

ANDHRA PRADESH,ASSAM,HARYANA,HIMACHAL PRADESH,JHARKHAND,KARNATAKA,KERALA,MAHARASHTRA,ODISHA,RAJASTHAN,UTTAR PRADESH AND WEST BENGAL are predicted for likely occurrence of PPR in August-2022

ANDHRA PRADESH,ASSAM,JAMMU & KASHMIR,KARNATAKA AND TAMIL NADU are predicted for likely occurrence of S & G Pox in August-2022

ASSAM,HARYANA,JHARKHAND,KERALA,MANIPUR,MEGHALAYA,MIZORAM,NAGALAND AND SIKKIM for likely occurrence of Swine fever in August-2022

JHARKHAND,KERALA,PUNJAB,UTTAR PRADESH AND WEST BENGAL for likely occurrence of Theileriosis in August-2022

JHARKHAND AND UTTAR PRADESH are predicted for likely occurrence of Trypanosomiasis in August-2022

OB Prediction August-2022

Anthrax - 41, with Accuracy of 98.61%

Babesiosis - 70, with Accuracy of 96.45%

Black quarter - 64, with Accuracy of 96.69%

Enterotoxaemia- 23, with Accuracy of 97.22

Fasciolosis - 47, with Accuracy of 96.69%

FMD - 92, with Accuracy of 96.45%

HS - 76, with Accuracy of 96.60%

PPR - 54, with Accuracy of 95.21%

S&G Pox - 28, with Accuracy of 99.53%

Swine Fever - 53, with Accuracy of 99.53%

Theileriosis - 46, with Accuracy of 99.53%

Trypanosomiasis - 59, with Accuracy of 95.98%

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Sampling plan for strengthening livestock disease surveillance

   The early detection of disease epidemics reduces the chances of introduction in to new locales, minimizes the number of infections, and reduces the financial impact. The effectiveness of disease control measures often depends on early detection of disease incidence or outbreak and significantly reduces the cost associated with disease eradication and devastation of livestock. Passive surveillance methods are the voluntary reporting of cases by primary care providers and farmers to veterinary health system where as Active surveillance of livestock diseases are periodic sampling by veterinary health officials. Active surveillance methods are often performing better for targeted objectives than passive methods and useful in making active surveillance methods more cost effective, an important consideration for surveillance system with limited resources. Developing an optimal sampling strategy for surveillance of livestock diseases is an important for an early detection of disease incidence and it offers the effectiveness of utilisation of limited resources in the surveillance in addition to offering random, representative and independence of sampling units in order to derive the scientifically valid results.


NADCP-FMD


a). Sero-Monitoring


  • Round I (2021)
  • Round II (2021)
  • FMD-Seromonitoring Round III (2022) complete plan with SOP

b). Sero-Surveillance