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Effective Multilateralism in Practice. Technical assistance provided to Burkina Faso under EU/OPCW Joint Action 2005 Speaker: Professor A. Barry Head, National Authority, Burkina Faso 14 April 2008, The Hague. Laboratory Assistance Project 2005. Two components of the project:

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Effective Multilateralism in Practice

Technical assistance provided to Burkina Faso under EU/OPCW

Joint Action 2005

Speaker: Professor A. Barry

Head, National Authority, Burkina Faso

14 April 2008, The Hague


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Laboratory Assistance Project 2005

Two components of the project:

a) Donation of GCMS to

Biological Sciences Research Centre for Food and Nutrition of Ouagadougo University

b) Related technical assistance in the form of on-site training to the personnel of the recipient laboratory


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Laboratory Assistance Project 2005

GCMS is currently used for:

  • Analysing samples of food and natural products (research)

  • Pilot phase of performing analyses of imported chemicals and samples collected from the industries - per request of the National Authority


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Analytical Skills Development courses

  • Two young professionals from Burkina Faso benefited

  • The training had an appreciable impact on the performance

  • One of trainees is included in roster of experts of the National Authority


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Looking into the future

  • Putting a system in place for routine performance of analyses for the National Authority

  • Continue leveraging the OPCW programmes

  • Getting more trained manpower – training in analytical chemistry within State Parties, whenever possible



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