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The First FAO/WHO/AU International Food Safety Conference

The training workshop on Capacity Building to Strengthen Food Safety Analytical Capacity for Reporting on the Biennial Review was conducted on 20 - 22 May 2019 n Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The African Union Commission (AUC) recognizes the importance of addressing food safety issues in order to attain a prosperous Africa. Therefore, to catalyze efforts in addressing food safety on the continent, the AUC has called on its Member States to start reporting on food safety through the Malabo Biennial...

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Food Safety Index introduced and trained at the Continental Training on the CAADP Biennial Review Reporting Tools March 18-22, 2019, Accra ,Ghana

Under the process of implementing the Malabo Declaration agricultural transformation in Africa, the African Union Commission (AUC),Under the process of implementing the Malabo Declaration agricultural transformation in Africa, the African Union Commission (AUC),Under the process of implementing the Malabo Declaration agricultural transformation in Africa, the African Union Commission (AUC),Under the process of implementing the Malabo Declaration agricultural transformation in Africa, the African Union Commission (AUC),

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Strengthening Food safety capacity for Reporting on the Biennial Review, a workshop for AU member states and RECs – 20 to 22 May 2019

The training workshop on Capacity Building to Strengthen Food Safety Analytical Capacity for Reporting on the Biennial Review was conducted on 20 - 22 May 2019 n Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The African Union Commission (AUC) recognizes the importance of addressing food safety issues in order to attain a prosperous Africa. Therefore, to catalyze efforts in addressing food safety on the continent, the AUC has called on its Member States to start reporting on food safety through the Malabo Biennial...

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Regional workshop on “Revamping the groundnut value chain of West Africa through aflatoxin mitigation”, 01-02 September 2015

In most West African countries, groundnut is an important crop used in various forms. It is a basic food and cash crop. Its production, processing, and trade are major sources of employment, income and foreign exchange in many West African countries. Unfortunately, since the 1960s, groundnut production and trade have been declining due to various factors; aflatoxin contamination being an important cause of this decline. Many countries in the region would unleash their groundnut sector’s potential if they could...

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