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    Prevention, Saves Lives, Livelihoods and Money 2012
    Protection against animal and plant diseases and pests and food safety threats and preventing their spread is one of the keys to fighting hunger, malnutrition and poverty.
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    Addressing transboundary threats to the food chain - Food chain crisis- Emergency Prevention System (FCC-EMPRES) 2016
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    Fighting hunger is not only about producing more food. It also means protecting food sources from diseases that can spread across borders. The Emergency Prevention System (EMPRES), is a surveillance and early warning system established with the objective of preventing food chain emergencies caused by transboundary threats. These may be animal or plant pests and diseases or food safety threats and can have a great impact on food security and food safety. Threats to the food chain affect not only food security livelihoods and human health, but also national economies and global markets. This is why surveillance, early detection, early warning and timely response are essential.
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    Averting risks to the food chain
    A compendium of proven emergency prevention methods and tools
    2017
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    Preventing animal disease and plant pest outbreaks and food safety incidents before they occur is essential to protecting the food chain. Most food chain crises are preventable with timely actions and the right investments. The Food Chain Crisis - Emergency Prevention System, known as FCC-EMPRES, is FAO’s approach to pursuing just that.

    This publication, based on 23 FCC-EMPRES information sheets published on a monthly basis by the FCC Intelligence and Coordination Unit of the FAO Agricu lture and Consumer Protection Department, showcases some of the best practices currently in use. This publication promises to help experts, policy makers, national institutions, and development workers in our joint pursuit of a world without hunger. “Averting risks to the food chain” demonstrates that a coordinated response of everyone involved in producing, processing, marketing and consuming food is essential. The 23 FCC-EMPRES practices illustrated here show how better coordination makes a di fference in people’s lives and livelihoods. The multidisciplinary, collaborative and integrated approach encouraged by FCC-EMPRES ensures that information about threats to our food arrives to all people concerned from farm to table before the threats can spread and cross borders.

  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (stand-alone)
    Prevention, Saves Lives, Livelihoods and Money 2012
    Protection against animal and plant diseases and pests and food safety threats and preventing their spread is one of the keys to fighting hunger, malnutrition and poverty.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Addressing transboundary threats to the food chain - Food chain crisis- Emergency Prevention System (FCC-EMPRES) 2016
    Also available in:
    No results found.

    Fighting hunger is not only about producing more food. It also means protecting food sources from diseases that can spread across borders. The Emergency Prevention System (EMPRES), is a surveillance and early warning system established with the objective of preventing food chain emergencies caused by transboundary threats. These may be animal or plant pests and diseases or food safety threats and can have a great impact on food security and food safety. Threats to the food chain affect not only food security livelihoods and human health, but also national economies and global markets. This is why surveillance, early detection, early warning and timely response are essential.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (stand-alone)
    Averting risks to the food chain
    A compendium of proven emergency prevention methods and tools
    2017
    Also available in:
    No results found.

    Preventing animal disease and plant pest outbreaks and food safety incidents before they occur is essential to protecting the food chain. Most food chain crises are preventable with timely actions and the right investments. The Food Chain Crisis - Emergency Prevention System, known as FCC-EMPRES, is FAO’s approach to pursuing just that.

    This publication, based on 23 FCC-EMPRES information sheets published on a monthly basis by the FCC Intelligence and Coordination Unit of the FAO Agricu lture and Consumer Protection Department, showcases some of the best practices currently in use. This publication promises to help experts, policy makers, national institutions, and development workers in our joint pursuit of a world without hunger. “Averting risks to the food chain” demonstrates that a coordinated response of everyone involved in producing, processing, marketing and consuming food is essential. The 23 FCC-EMPRES practices illustrated here show how better coordination makes a di fference in people’s lives and livelihoods. The multidisciplinary, collaborative and integrated approach encouraged by FCC-EMPRES ensures that information about threats to our food arrives to all people concerned from farm to table before the threats can spread and cross borders.

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