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Report of the FAO/WHO Workshop on Facilitating Increased Private Sector Involvement in Preparing National and Regional Positions on Codex issues within the East African Community (EAC) Partner States (in collaboration with Tanzania Bureau of Standards)







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    Summary report of the FAO/WHO training workshop "Understanding Regional standards"
    Tokyo, Japan, 4 November 2012
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    In recognition of regional standards as important means for ensuring safe and fair food trade among countries in a given region, FAO and WHO, with the financial assistance of the Codex Trust Fund, organized a training workshop on “U nderstanding Regional Standards” on Novemb er 4 th 2012 in Tokyo, Japan. This workshop was held prior to the 18 th Session of CCASIA. Among the forty five participants that attended the workshop, t hirty one participants from s ixteen Asian countries were support ed by the Codex Trust Fund.
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    Report of the FAO/WHO workshop on “National Food Control Systems”. 28 January 2013, Yaoundé, Cameroun 2013
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    A workshop was organized by FAO and WHO, with support from the FAO/WHO Project and Fund for Enhanced Participation in Codex (Codex Trust Fund), at the Palais des Congrès in Yaoundé, Cameroun on 28 January 2013. The workshop was hosted by Codex Cameroun as the Regional Coordinator for Africa and was organized immediately preceding the 20th session of the FAO/WHO coordinating committee for Africa (CCAFRICA).
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    Stop African swine fever (ASF): Public and private partnering for success
    Report of the online event. 14–28 June 2021
    2021
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    African swine fever (ASF) virus continues to spread across the globe with a huge socio-economic impact. Coordinated efforts among all relevant stakeholders are needed to achieve control of this deadly disease. Public and private partnerships (PPPs) can provide optimal use of the unique strengths of both sectors when they are well planned and implemented. In the context of the ASF Global Control Initiative and as a follow-up of the FAO/OIE call for action held in October 2020, the FAO and OIE organized the virtual event on PPP. ‘Stop ASF: Public and Private partnering for success’ took place on 14, 21, and 28 June 2021 to highlight the importance and role of PPP and promote the engagement and collaboration of the public and private sectors in the ASF Global Control Initiative. The first event on PPP for ASF control was organized in cooperation with the International Meat Secretariat and in line with the new FAO Strategy for Private Sector Engagement. This publication is the report of the FAO/OIE virtual event on public-private partnership ‘Stop ASF: Public and Private partnering for success’ which took place on 14, 21 and 28 June 2021.

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