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Safe Food in ACP. Shortly… Lead by COLEACP, CONSORTIUM with : Agence Nationale de Sécurité Sanitaire (ANSES, France); Centre de coopération International en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD, France); Ecole Nationale des Services Vétérinaires (ENSV, France) ;

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Safe Food in ACP


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Shortly…

Lead by COLEACP, CONSORTIUM with :

  • Agence Nationale de Sécurité Sanitaire (ANSES, France);

  • Centre de coopération International en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD, France);

  • Ecole Nationale des Services Vétérinaires (ENSV, France) ;

  • France Vétérinaire International (FVI, France) ;

  • Food and Environment Research Agency (FERA, Grande Bretagne) ;

  • Direction Générale de l'Alimentation (DGAl, France) ;

  • National Food Institute/Technical University (NFI/DTU, Danemark) ;

  • Natural Resources Institute (NRI, Grande Bretagne)

    Budget 30 million Euros - 4 years (2010-2014)Funded by EU on behalf of the ACP States Group


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Why EDES?


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Why?

Minimize impact of regulations on food safety on ACP export to EU

Duty of technical assistance(Cotonou Agreement, SPS Agreement, Regulation 882/2004 …)

Risk of loss of trust among EU distributors towards ACP products

  • Prevent a negative socio-economic impact in ACP countries (poverty alleviation)


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Objectives?

Reassure European health authorities on the quality of SPS controls in the country of origin (principle of equivalence)

EDES helps ACP countries to reinforce their «national (or regional) Food Safety system »

How ?

  • Assisting the implementation of a Food Safety Policy

  • Setting up tailored, sustainable and economically viable systems in ACP

  • Building a scalable system in order to adapt to new problems in the long term


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Assessment

Informationflows

Transparency

Independence

Continuous improvement

Management

Communication

National food safety system


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EDES Interventions ?

EDES is active at two levels:

  • Authorities, to help them define a food safety policy

  • Other stakeholders, to set up tailored, sustainable and economically viable systems in ACP


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Food safety system : stakeholders

Any actor/operator with a responsibility in the process

Public Services: supervision and management

Private Operators (Prof. Associations….) : self-monitoring

Independent Experts: advice and scientific validation

Public & Private Service Providers: capacity building

EDES beneficiaries:


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EDES : Methodology


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Methods

1. Integrated approach: consistent actions at each national level

2. Commitment from ACP Authorities and other beneficiaries

 close collaboration private/public sectors

  • private sector plays its part in risk management

    (self-monitoring, traceability, risk control in businesses)


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Methods

3. Highly sustainable actions

 Reinforce local capacity for the implementation and maintenance of actions

4. Beneficiary-led

 Strong commitment of requesting ACP countries and private sector professional associations in ACP


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Action scope of the programme

Governance on food safety

Official controls

Best practices in businesses

Laboratories

Risk assessment

Risk communication


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Supervisory Bodies

Official Control Services

Technico-scientific Experts

Consultation Committees

Competent Authorities

Professional Associations

Laboratories

Local Standardization Committees and Organizations

Independent Control Services

Public sector

Small Producer Associations

Private sector

Programme entry points: Beneficiaries


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Type of support

Diagnosis and needs analysis

Dialogue facilitation between public and private sectors

Technical and management training

Technical support / development of good practices

Laboratory twinning

Help the development of expert networks (national/international)

Support to the preparation and circulation of information


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Actors

Roles

Reinforcementobjectives

Support

Supervisory Authority

Food safety policy

Definition of Food safety policy with stakeholders

Training

Facilitation

Ministry/ Agency

Management of assessment activities

Implementation of assessment

Training

Technical assistance

Training

Coaching

Independant scientific assessor

Risk assessment

- Identify & assess risks

- Prepare reporting to stakeholders

Advice to Authorities

  • Opinions on regulation

    - Define the result indicators

Training

Support sample: Risk asessment


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EDES : Sequence of Actions


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Cocoa in Ghana : EDES - supports

Training and technical assistance

Up dating regulations (Supervisory Authority)

Procedures for evaluation / registration Plant Protection Product (Competent Authority)

Self-monitoring - with Competent Authorities & Professional Associations : design, drafting & implementation

ToT / Extension for small scalers (Safe use of Pesticides / Crop Protection / Hygiene / Tracability)


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Country request

Workshop with food safety stakeholders

Letter of intent from supervisory bodies

National framework agreement

Diagnosis/

Need assmt

MoA

MoA

MoA

MoA

MoA

MoA

MoA

Field actions

Field actions

Field actions


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EDES PROGRAMME

c/o COLEACP

130, rue du Trône / 1

B- 1050 Bruxelles – BELGIUM

Tél + 32 2 627 52 90

Fax + 32 2 627 52 99

E-mail : [email protected]

Web : www.coleacp.org/edes


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