National Plant Protection Organization (NPPOs) often lack a clear and up to date legal framework, a well-defined vision and mission and a well-functioning structure. The Phytosanitary Capacity Evaluation (PCE) is a management tool, developed by the IPPC, that can help countries rapidly improve their NPPOs and entire phytosanitary system.
The PCE is:
The entire PCE process is under the control of the contracting party. It is not something that is done TO a contracting party; it is a framework that the contracting party adopts for its own purposes and benefits.
To find out more about the PCE process and how to start one in your country, read the next steps below or contact Sarah Brunel, IPPC Implementation Facilitation Officer, at Sarah.Brunel@fao.org> Click here to consult the list of countries which conducted a PCE overseen by the IPPC Secretariat
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