Building phytosanitary capacity to facilitate trade

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Start Date 
01/02/2018
End Date 
31/07/2018

Building phytosanitary capacity to facilitate trade

In Guinea, weaknesses in phytosanitary controls, limited national regulations, and the presence of pests pose barriers to agricultural production and trade. In 2017, the country applied the IPPC Phytosanitary Capacity Evaluation (PCE) tool to identify capacity gaps and prioritize necessary interventions. The purpose of this PPG is to elaborate a project proposal based on the results of the PCE in order to improve the safety and quality of Guinean agricultural products, strengthen consumer health protection, and facilitate safe trade.

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Reference Number 
STDF/PPG/498
Status 
On-going
Project Value (US$) 
45,250
STDF Contribution (US$)  
45,250
Beneficiaries 
Guinea
Implementing Entities 
Babacar Samb
Partners 
Service National de la Protection des Végétaux et des Denrées Stockées (SNPV-DS), Ministère de l’Agriculture Guinea