„Africa-Observer Project“. How to make developing countries' voices heard in the private standards' arena?. Dr. Johannes Kern Meckesheim – Germany www.africa-observer.info. How to make developing countries' voices heard in the private standards' arena?. Smallholder/Stakeholder involvement
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How to make developing countries' voices heard in the private standards' arena?
Dr. Johannes Kern
Meckesheim – Germany
b) National Technical Working Groups
a) Smallholder task force
b) Call for proposals and return
* see: www.globalgap.org
1. Actual status
2.How to start a NTWG’s?
3. What are the NTWG’s major task?
Ruth NYAGA Africert/GTZ Kenya
Kevin MAART DFPT* South Africa
Kofi BINEY GTZ Ghana
Babacar SAMB Bioscope/NL Senegal
Andrew GRAFFHAM NRI/IIED UK
Steve HOMER Biospartners UK
Interfaces to SC**: Richard Yudin, Andreas Kreuzmair (Edeka)
Moderation: Elme Coetzer, Johannes Kern
Back Office (BO): Bianca Untied (GTZ), Kerstin Uhlig
*DFPT (Deciduous Fruit Producer’s Trust)
** SC (GLOBALGAP Sector Committee)
CPCC (Control Points and Compliance Criteria)
Work group 1: The revision of GLOBALGAP Control Points to reflect the needs of smallholders
Work group 2: The revision of General Regulations to reflect the needs of smallholders
Work group 3: The participation of producer associations in the standard-setting process, e.g. in National Technical Working Groups
Work group 4: QMS and the question of how producer associations can be supported during the implementation