Through its Annual Report, the Observatory presents a global overview of the level of uptake of WOAH standards that relate to zoning and compartmentalisation.
How can you access our zoning and compartmentalisation analysis?
The zoning and compartmentalisation dashboard presents the results of the analysis in an interactive way.
To discover the results of our zoning and compartmentalisation analysis, access the full report as well as the one-page executive summary.
How did we monitor the implementation of zoning and compartmentalisation standards?
Monitoring the implementation of standards related to zoning and compartmentalisation requires building and analysing indicators using various data sources.
What zoning and compartmentalisation indicators did we use to monitor the implementation of these standards?
Several indicators made it possible to monitor the implementation of zoning and compartmentalisation standards, among them:
Number and percentage of Members reporting zoning as a control measure
Average number of diseases for which zoning has been reported as a control measure
Number of Members that have reported the presence of a given disease / infection / suspected disease limited to one or more zones
Percentage of Members that apply movement control within their territory, of those that apply zoning as a control measure for a given disease
Percentage of Members that apply zoning as a control measure, of those that have reported the presence of a disease/infection/suspected disease limited to one or more zones
Number of Members that have reported the presence of a disease / infection / suspected disease limited to one or more zones AND that apply the key control measures of zoning and movement control AND that have self-declared freedom or have official recognition for that disease in a zone
Number of Members reporting compartmentalisation as part of their disease control measures
Performance of Veterinary Services regarding zoning and compartmentalisation, as assessed by the PVS Tool:
– Percentage of Members that have been assessed with a Level of Advancement of 3 or more for each of the two PVS Critical Competencies directly relevant to zoning and compartmentalisation (IV-7 Zoning and IV-8 Compartmentalisation)
– Percentage of Members that have been assessed with a Level of Advancement of 3 or more for both PVS Critical Competencies directly relevant to zoning and compartmentalisation (IV-7 and IV-8)
Number of WOAH Members reporting regionalisation related to animal health in WTO annual reports on implementation of regionalisation
What data sources did we use to build zoning and compartmentalisation indicators?
Five main data sources made it possible to build the monitoring indicators:
Control measures related to movement control, zoning and compartmentalisation: data extracted from WAHIS six-monthly reports submitted by Members (2005-2021)
Disease occurrence codes: data extracted from WAHIS six-monthly reports submitted by Members (2005-2021)
Self-declared animal health status of Members: data extracted from WOAH datasets related to the recent and historic self-declarations (2005-2021)
Performance of Veterinary Services on zoning and compartmentalisation: PVS dataset, as compiled and provided by the WOAH Capacity Building Department (2016-2021)
Data on regionalisation: data extracted from annual reports of the WTO SPS Committee on the implementation of Article 6 of the SPS Agreement (2012-2021)
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