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CPM Financial Committee (FC) met at the FAO-HQ in Rome on 12 October to discuss finance related topics of the IPPC Secretariat and CPM. The FC Chair Mr. John Greifer (USA) chaired the meeting, with presence of all FC members as well as Mr Jingyuan Xia (Secretary to the IPPC) and Mr Marko Benovic (IPPC Finance Officer). Discussed topics included: the financial situation of the IPPC Secretariat as of 30 September 2015, resource mobilization efforts, the International Year of Plant Health (IYPH) 2020 initiative, the hosting of CPM outside of Rome, and progress in ISPM 15 symbol registration. A report ...
Update from the CPM Bureau
First of all, I would like to express my sincere thanks to the Contracting Parties and delegates of CPM-10. It was the first CPM for me as a chairperson and I know it would not be successful without your active participation and cooperation. I felt warmly supported and a strong collective interest to move issues and decisions forward throughout the CPM week. Since CPM-10, there have been many meetings and progress in the activities of the IPPC. I would like to provide a brief update of the highlights and request your continued ...
In accordance with the Process for developing and adopting CPM Recommendations as revised by CPM-10 (2015), the IPPC Secretariat has opened the Proposed draft CPM Recommendation on the importance of pest diagnosis for comments. Comments should be submitted by IPPC official contact points through the Online Comment System and they are due by 24 November 2015.
More on the Process on CPM Recommendations and the draft can be found at https://www.ippc.int/en/core-activities/governance/cpm/cpm-recommendations/
Australia’s increased support and involvement with the International Plant Protection Convention has been recognized in Australia and globally. Ms Lois Ransom, a senior Department of Agriculture official, has been elected as the Vice-Chair of the IPPC governing body, the Commission for Phytosanitary Measures (CPM). In addition to this important position, Australia is also represented on three other key bodies within the IPPC framework. Australian representation in these many positions underscores Australia's commitment to international plant protection.
In his statement, Australia's Agriculture Minister, Mr Barnaby Joyce, congratulated Ms Ransom on this achievement and acknowledged Australia’s agricultural interests ...
Following key decisions of the 10th session of the Commission on Phytosanitary Measure (CPM) in March 2015 and the Capacity Development Committee (CDC) 6th meeting in June 2015 the IPPC Secretariat is issuing a call for the collection of following technical resources:
Software applications (including mobile apps) for pest identification, diagnosis, surveillance and other activities related to plant health and targeting different audiences.
Plant health risk communication resources (targeting different stakeholders, providing understanding of the specific issues of plant protection and pest risk, promoting and explaining pest management decisions, information and education programmes, different risk communication strategies e.g. during ...
The IPPC Secretariat is pleased to announce that all ISPMs adopted by the Tenth Commission on Phytosanitary Measures (CPM-10 (2015)) have been posted in all FAO languages: https://www.ippc.int/en/core-activities/standards-setting/ispms/
The six ISPMs are:
• ISPM 5 Glossary of phytosanitary terms (as amended by CPM-10)
• The new Annex 3 on Phytosanitary procedures for fruit fly (Tephritidae) management to ISPM 26 Establishment of pest free areas for fruit flies (Tephritidae)
• Phytosanitary treatment 16: Cold treatment for Bactrocera tryoni on Citrus sinensis
• Phytosanitary treatment 17: Cold treatment for Bactrocera tryoni on Citrus reticulata x C. sinensis
• Phytosanitary treatment ...
The report from the March 2015 CPM Financial Committee has been posted and is available at https://www.ippc.int/en/publications/81015/. For any query or comment regarding the report please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
El informe del Comité Financiero de la CMF de marzo 2015 se ha publicado y está disponible en https://www.ippc.int/en/publications/81015/. Para cualquier consulta o comentario respecto al informe por favor contacte email@example.com.
Le rapport du Comité financier de la CMP en mars 2015 a été publié et est disponible à https://www.ippc.int/en ...
Contracting parties to the IPPC may submit written comments to any of the CPM papers to the IPPC Secretariat via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submitting these comments is March 4th.
Las partes contratantes de la CIPF podrán presentar comentarios escrito a cualquiera de los papeles de CPM a la Secretaría de la CIPF por correo electronic a email@example.com. La fecha límite para la presentación de estos comentarios es el 4 de marzo.
Les parties contractantes de la CIPV pourront présenter des observations écrites aux documents de la CMP au Secrétariat de la CIPV par ...
The Standards Committee (SC) on behalf of the CPM has adopted one new Diagnostic Protocol (DP): Annex to ISPM 27. (Diagnostic protocols for regulated pests): Potato spindle tuber viroid. Up to now, seven diagnostic protocols were adopted by the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures (CPM). The list of adopted DPs is posted at https://www.ippc.int/core-activities/standards-setting/expert-drafting-groups/technical-panels/technical-panel-diagnostic-protocols.
The draft diagnostic protocol (DP) was under the 45-days notification period, which closed on 30 January 2015.
More information about the notification period for this DP is available at https://www.ippc.int/news/ippc-secretariat/notification-period-draft-dp-potato-spindle-tuber-viroid-now-open.
Depuis la neuvième session de la CMP qui s’est tenue en début d’année, de nombreuses réunions ont eu lieu et les activités de la CIPV ont également progressé. J’aimerais donc vous présenter brièvement les dernières évolutions importantes et solliciter votre attention ainsi que votre participation.
Le nouveau Bureau a tenu sa réunion ordinaire de juin, à laquelle les sept régions et le Secrétariat ont participé activement. Les principaux points abordés?ont été les suivants?:
A.?Réunion du Groupe de la planification stratégique (SPG) d’octobre 2014?:?Ces dernières années, le SPG a ...
The first day of the 4-day CPM Bureau meeting (24-27 June 2014) started with a discussion of various issues, in particular standard setting. The meeting is being led by the new Chairperson, Ms Kyu-Ock Yim, with the three new members also fully involved. Another core issue to be discussed is the improvement of overall IPPC implementation.
During the 9th session of the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures (CPM-9), a number of contracting parties expressed great interest to assist the IPPC Secretariat in their goal to harness additional resources. The Secretariat is proud to announce that their presentation elicited a positive and enthusiastic response.
With outstanding contributions from member countries such as the Republic of Korea, Switzerland, Australia, Sweden, Canada, and the United States, the Secretariat will work to support key programmes agreed upon by the CPM. Projects such as the IPPC Enhancement Study, the second 3-year phase of the IRSS programme, and many other general IPPC activities ...
The Commission on Phytosanitary Measures, the CPM governing body of the International Plant Protection Convention, welcomes Ms. Kyu-Ock Yim, from the Republic of Korea and very active member of the phytosanitary community, who has been elected as the new Chairperson of the CPM. Mr. Peter Thomson (New Zealand), representing the Southwest Pacific region, was elected as the Vice-Chairperson of the CPM Bureau.Ms. Yim has represented Asia on the CPM Bureau for four years, and has served as the Chairperson of the Financial Committee of the CPM Bureau.
The newly elected CPM Chair addressed the Commission and thanked the Animal ...
On the first day of the ninth session of the Commission of Phytosanitary Measures (CPM-9) at the Headquarters of the Food and Agriculture Organization, the Commission was welcomed by the Assistant Director General of the Food and Agriculture Organizations, Mr. Ren Wang, and with a video welcome from Mr. Nathan Guy, Minister of Primary Industries of New Zealand (http://bit.ly/1jwsdsb).
Mr. Ren Wang emphasized the importance of the role of the IPPC in developing and implementing global standards for phytosanitary measures. As these standards facilitate safe global trade of plants and plant resources, the work of the IPPC ...