3rd IPPC Global Symposium on ePhyto, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 22-26 January 2018

The 3rd IPPC Global Symposium on ePhyto was hosted by the Malaysian Department of Agriculture, the Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, the Asia Pacific Plant Protection Commission and the International Plant Protection Convention. The symposium took place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on the 22-26 January 2018. The symposium focused on the theme of electronic phytosanitary certification and its implications to supporting trade facilitation.

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Ordre du jour Titre Fichiers Publication date
Section 2: ePhyto overview Day One: ePhtyo background and development En 02 Fév 2018
Section 3:ePhyto Development Day One: Piloting(Global Hub and the GeNS, Roadmap following the pilot) En 02 Fév 2018
Section 4: GeNS preparedness Day One: Sri Lanka En 02 Fév 2018
Section 4: GeNS preparedness Day One: Samoa- Talei Fidow-Moors En 02 Fév 2018
Section 4: GeNs Preparedness Day One: Ghana - Felicia Ansah- Amprofi En 02 Fév 2018
Section 5: Countries with Hub Pilot Experience Day Two: New Zealand- Peter Johnston En 02 Fév 2018
Section 5: Countries with Hub Pilot Experiences Day Two: Netherlands- Benno Slot En 02 Fév 2018
Section 6: Countries getting Prepared for the Hub Day Two: Kenya - Josiah Syanda En 02 Fév 2018
Section 6: Countries Getting prepared for the Hub Day Two: China- Heqin Yang En 02 Fév 2018
Section 6: Countries Getting Prepared for the Hub Day Two: Japan- Masahiro Sai En 02 Fév 2018
Section 7: Industry Perspective on ePhyto Day Two: IAG Overview of work with ESG- Gerard Meijerink En 02 Fév 2018
Section 7: Industry Perspective on ePhyto Day Two: International Cotton Advisory Committee- Andrew Mitchell En 08 Fév 2018
Section 7: Industry Perspective on ePhyto Day Two: International Grain Trade Coalition (IGTC) and Grain Trade Australia- experiences- Gerard McMullen En 02 Fév 2018
Section 7: Industry Perspective on ePhyto Day Two: International Wood Products Association (IWPA) Experiences - Cindy Squires En 02 Fév 2018
Section 7: Industry Perspective on ePhyto Day Two: Emerging Trends-Industry Service Providers, block chain, trade system- Venkatram Venkateswara En 02 Fév 2018
Section 8: ePhyto and Trade Facilitation Day Four: World Trade Organization-TFA and need to improve collaboration - Sheri Rosenow En 02 Fév 2018
Section 3: ePhyto Development Day One: Funding and Business Model En 02 Fév 2018
Section 3: ePhyto Development Day One: Introducing the Hub/GeNS and How it Operates- Venkatram Venkateswaran En
Section8: ePhyto and Trade Facilitation Day Four: Standards and Trade Development Facility-Developing Countries and trade facilitation from an SPS perspective- Simon Padilla En 02 Fév 2018
Section 8: ePhyto and trade facilitation Day Four: World Bank-Global perspectives on TFA and ePhyto and work on border collaboration- Bill Gain En 02 Fév 2018
Section 9: Border Collaboration Day Four: IPPC perspectives on ePhyto, improving border risk management and risk based phytosanitary measures- Shane Sela En 02 Fév 2018
Section 9: Border Collaboration Day Four: ASEAN Single Window and links to ePhyto-Ghazali Zakaria En 02 Fév 2018
Section 9: Border Collaboration Day Four: Asian Development Bank- Support and access to finding the SPS in Greater Mekong sub-region- Jacqueline Lam En 02 Fév 2018
Section 9: Border Collaboration Day Four : Border agency Collaboration to facillitate expoerts- Josiah Syanda En 02 Fév 2018
Section 9: Border Collaboration Day Four: the Use of Data in border collaboration in the targeting center- Peter Johnston En
Working Groups Working Group 1 Presentation En
Working Groups Working Group 1- report back presentation -Fitzroy White En 02 Fév 2018
Section 10: Working Groups Working Group 3- Presentation En
Section 12: Future Work Day Five:Future Work Plan and ongoing communications- Peter Neimanis En
Agenda for 3rd IPPC ePhyto symposium (Final) En 12 Jan 2018
Concept Note of 3rd IPPC ePhyto Symposium En 15 Jan 2018
Symposium Presentations Link 02 Fév 2018
Symposium Report En 24 Mai 2018

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