16 plant health, animal health, and food safety professionals will have tools and skills to implement substantive changes in their countries.
As the result of a partnership with the Institute, Costa Rica’s National Animal Health Service (SENASA) will benefit from a computer tool that will strengthen the inspection, control and surveillance processes of facilities that prepare products for human consumption.
Experts highlighted the fundamental role of Codex in helping countries produce and trade safe food.
39 persons from the public, private, and academic sectors in five Caribbean countries will be able to disseminate knowledge in their countries that will improve their capacity to export fresh produce to the United States.
The parties signed a cooperative agreement to develop an online course based on training material created by Bayer. The course will be available on IICA’s virtual campus.
NEW Deadline: November 24th, 2017.