Enhancing seed trade in the Asia Pacific region through phytosanitary compliance and public private partnerships

Start Date 
12/04/2021

Enhancing seed trade in the Asia Pacific region through phytosanitary compliance and public private partnerships

Seed trade is assuming greater significance in Asia-Pacific. However, there are a number of phytosanitary concerns that affect the safe seed trade of developing and least developed countries. The most prominent concerns include pest lists (that are not updated for seed-transmitted pests) affecting the Pest Risk Analysis (PRA) process (ISPM 2), not having ePhyto system in place, lack of compliance to international standards (ISPM 38) and also a lack of coordination or partnership of NPPOs with the private sector represented by the seed companies. The purpose of this PPG thus is to develop a project proposal to strengthen phytosanitary compliance and public private partnership for enhancing seed trade for the Asia Pacific region.

Documents 
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PDF icon STDF/PPG/755 - Application Form.pdf397.61 KB
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Reference Number 
STDF/PPG/755
Status 
Completed
Project Value (US$) 
27,328
STDF Contribution (US$)  
27,328
Beneficiaries 
Cambodia
Lao PDR
Myanmar
Thailand
Viet Nam
Implementing Entities 
Asia-Pacific Association of Agricultural Research Institutions (APAARI)