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Pest Risk Analysis Training in LDCs. Robert Ikin Biosecurity Consultant Brisbane Australia [email protected] What is the best strategy for Pest Risk Analysis training?. Limited technical expertise Limited information resources Operational capacity restricted

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Pest risk analysis training in ldcs

Pest Risk Analysis Training in LDCs

Robert Ikin

Biosecurity Consultant

Brisbane

Australia

[email protected]


What is the best strategy for pest risk analysis training

What is the best strategy for Pest Risk Analysis training?

  • Limited technical expertise

  • Limited information resources

  • Operational capacity restricted

    • Few pest management options

  • Legislation not receptive to outputs


Pest risk analysis training in ldcs

Workshop content

International context – WTO;SPS; IPPC, ISPMs and the CBD.

Regional context – regional trade agreements and RPPOs

National context – legislation, NPPO structure and functions, inter-departmental liaison.

PRA process and linkage to ISPMs

Initiation

Assessment

Management

Communication

PRA exercises – commodity/country combinations; LMOs; IAS/weed risk

PRA outputs

Implementation capability – not just a pest list

Phytosanitary Capacity Evaluation exercise to identify areas requiring inputs.


Pest risk analysis training in ldcs

Who needs the training?

What type of training is required by each group (curriculum)?

How is the training delivered to ensure impact?

What are the sustainability problems that limit implementation of the knowledge delivered?


Workshop profiles 16 20

Workshop profiles (16-20)

  • Small Island Developing States

    • All levels of participation

    • Awareness raising of stakeholders

  • Larger States

    • NPPO participation only

      • Restricted to PRA team

    • Little outreach to stakeholders

      • Public workshops on policy


Constraints

Limited technical expertise

Mentor at the right level

Relevant exercises and examples

Participatory approach

Focus on national needs - PRA on a potential import

Limited information resources

CABI CPC as a primary resource

Limitations

Datasheets

Major crops

Plant parts

Updating

economics

Constraints


Constraints1

Management options

Limited treatment options

Overseas treatment

Systems approach complexity

Cost of HTFA etc

Legislation

Framework outdated

PRA not mandated as a process

Incorporation

Pest lists

Import conditions

Implementation

Manuals

Biosecurity Information Facility

Constraints


Conclusions

Conclusions

  • PRA training has to be targeted

    • Short term training limited impact?

    • Formal training courses?

      • Regional centres?

  • PRA training has to be participative

    • Ownership by trainees

    • Mentored confidence in making decisions

    • What is an adequate PRA?


Conclusions1

Conclusions

  • Link PRA to the other ISPMs

    • Inputs – pest lists, pest status, surveys

    • Outputs – inspection, systems approach etc

    • And to LMO and AIS risk analysis methods

  • LDCs need assistance through cooperation

    • Exchange of updated datasheets

      • Mechanism??

    • Provision of expertise

      • Regional networks?


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