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    In general, governmental compensation programs motivate the notification of animal diseases, indemnifying the producer with a fair price for the goods destroyed on behalf of the society. The objective is to avoid the dissemination of transboundary diseases of easy transmission as HPAI H5N1. The present report was financed and elaborated by FAO, in collaboration with OIE, and pretends to motivate the Ministries of Agriculture and veterinary services of Latin America and Caribbean countries to develop a compensation strategy before a possible outbreak of HPAI-H5N1 in the region. The publication has a revision of the compensation subject, discussed at global level, regarding the HPAI-H5N1, and at regional level regarding others priority transboundary diseases, including an analyze of some situations in 19 countries of the Region and the recommendations to adopt the most convenient national strategy.
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    Certification to voluntary standards is increasingly used by banana producers and exporters worldwide. This report deals with voluntary certification schemes, with a particular focus on those that use an on product label targeting consumers and have the potential to generate a price premium. The report describes the main patterns of international trade in certified bananas. It examines the market situation and prospects of certified organic and fair trade bananas. It reviews the va rious types of benefits and challenges associated with organic and fair trade bananas from the perspective of producing countries. Export prices for certified bananas are analysed and compared to those of conventional fruit for a selection of producing countries. The report analyzes the distribution of prices along selected value chains and seeks to determine whether producing countries reap the full benefits of certified banana exports. It examines the policy implications and su ggests areas for further research and action.
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