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CPM-18 delegates share country experiences in preventing the introduction and spread of banana Fusarium wilt disease

Posted on أربعاء, 17 إبريل 2024, 16:34

Rome, 17 April 2024. Plant health stakeholders, including representatives from National Plant Protection Organizations (NPPOs), the private sector, and academia attending the 18th Session of the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures (CPM-18), participated in a side session to share lessons …

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Plant health and e-commerce: Countries share knowledge, experiences to protect plant resources and trade

Posted on ثلاثاء, 16 إبريل 2024, 13:12

Rome, 16 April 2024. On the margins of the 18th Session of the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures (CPM-18), IPPC contracting parties discussed how e-commerce and the movement of plants and plant products via postal and courier services have become …

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Plant health takes center stage as 18th session of the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures opens

Posted on إثنين, 15 إبريل 2024, 13:00

PRESS RELEASE. Rome, 15 April 2024. Delegates gather today at the headquarters of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations to take stock of the state of global plant health and to discuss ongoing initiatives to …

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Download the APP for CPM-18

Posted on جمعة, 12 إبريل 2024, 12:33

Rome, 12 April 2024 -The International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) in collaboration with the FAO IT department (CSI) has built a mobile app for the 18th Session of the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures (CPM-18) that will greatly simplify participants’ experience …

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Uzbekistan President commends NPPO progress to boost better plant protection

Posted on أربعاء, 27 مارس 2024, 08:16

Tashkent, 26 March 2024. President Shavkat Mirziyoyev of the Republic of Uzbekistan praised the Agency for Quarantine and Plant Protection in a recent visit to witness the progress made towards enhancing the country’s national phytosanitary system. President Mirziyoyev noted …

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“We are ready.” Zimbabwe welcomes implementation of Africa Phytosanitary Programme, promotion of international plant health standards

Posted on خميس, 21 مارس 2024, 13:57

Vangelis Peter Haritatos (left), Deputy Minister of Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development receives materials on APP from Osama El-Lissy (right), IPPC Secretary.

Harare, 14 March 2024. The Ministry of Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development of the Republic of …

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Revamped IPPC webpage to serve as hub for resources on e-commerce and plant health

Posted on خميس, 14 مارس 2024, 07:05

Every second, e-commerce generates about 5 000 new parcels moving around the world by mail or courier. The exponential increase in buying and selling goods over the internet has resulted in a surge in small parcels moving on postal and …

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Saving Guinea-Bissau’s crops and trade from pests: Plant health technicians trained in the use of modern pest prevention tools

Posted on خميس, 07 مارس 2024, 08:55

Participants of the training workshop pose with Fatumata Djau Baldé, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development of Guinea-Bissau (second row, third from left). On her left is Osama El-Lissy, IPPC Secretary and next to him, Mario Reis, FAO Assistant Representative …

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Zimbabwe concludes evaluation of national phytosanitary system, starts developing strategy to enhance plant health

Posted on إثنين, 19 فبراير 2024, 08:50

Harare, 16 February 2024. The Plant Quarantine Services Institute (PQSI) of Zimbabwe and other national stakeholders, including the Ministry of Agriculture, farmer organizations, and representatives of the national customs office, have embarked on the development of a National Phytosanitary …

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South-South Cooperation: End of project heralds positive changes for plant health in Cambodia and Sri Lanka

Posted on أربعاء, 31 يناير 2024, 15:23

Rome, 25 January 2024. December 2023 marked the end of a seven-year intervention led by the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) Secretariat to assist Cambodia and Sri Lanka in ensuring that the agricultural produce of its farmers meets the …

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How the IPPC’s Phytosanitary Capacity Evaluation exercises boosted plant health in 2023

Posted on أربعاء, 31 يناير 2024, 15:06

Rome, 31 January 2024. The International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) Secretariat recorded significant milestones in advancing plant health in 2023. One notable achievement was through the effective implementation of Phytosanitary Capacity Evaluation (PCE) Strategy 2020-2030.

Through this strategy, the …

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Independent evaluation of IPPC ePhyto solution shows successful findings and key recommendations

Posted on إثنين, 15 يناير 2024, 08:45

Rome, 20 December 2023. The Standards and Trade Development Facility (STDF) (STDF) is a global partnership to facilitate safe trade which promotes improved food safety, animal and plant health capacity in developing countries. It recently commissioned an independent evaluation …

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قامت اللجنة الفنية بمراجعة البروتوكولات التشخيصية والإضافات إلى برنامج العمل

Posted on جمعة, 22 ديسمبر 2023, 12:14

باريس، 21 ديسمبر/كانون الأول 2023. اجتمع الفريق الفني المعني بالبروتوكولات التشخيصية (TPDP) في المقر الرئيسي لمنظمة وقاية النباتات الأوروبية والبحر الأبيض المتوسط (EPPO) في الفترة من 30 أكتوبر/تشرين الأول إلى 3 نوفمبر/تشرين الثاني 2023 لمراجعة بروتوكولين تشخيصيين (DPs) ستوافق عليهما …

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لجنة معايير الاتفاقية الدولية لوقاية النبات عملت على صياغة مسودات المعايير الدولية لتدابير الصحة النباتية لتعزيز حماية صحة النبات

Posted on إثنين, 18 ديسمبر 2023, 14:32

روما، 13 ديسمبر/كانون الأول 2023. اجتمعت لجنة المعايير التابعة للاتفاقية الدولية لوقاية النباتات (IPPC) في المقر الرئيسي لمنظمة الأغذية والزراعة في الفترة من 13 إلى 17 نوفمبر/تشرين الثاني لمراجعة مسودة المعايير الدولية لتدابير الصحة النباتية (ISPMs) التي سيتم اعتمادها في …

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