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Newsletter December 2005

IN THIS ISSUE:

CropLife Uganda concludes contract with “Agribusiness Development Component” (ABDC) on behalf of Danida’s “Agricultural Sector Program Support” (ASPS) for implementation of “Decentralisation of Chemical Dealer Certification” programme. General Assembly announces legal establishment of CropLife Syria. Fake products discussion with authorities in Mali. Arab Organisation for Agricultural Development (AOAD) establishes specialized committees to develop regional stewardship projects in cooperation with stakeholder organizations. Train-the-Trainer course in Medani, Sudan. Cooperation with Ghana's EPA, IFDC-MISTOWA project on fake products. Ministry of Agriculture and national association, AFITO, set up Safe Use training plans in Togo. National Association in Mali, ADPA, to finalise name change to CropLife Mali. Workshop with AFITO sets out guidelines for restructuring, action plans, name change and adoption of CropLife name and logo. Discussions with FAI in Ghana on regional cooperation between CropLife, IFDC, CSP, CPHAOC via ECOWAS/WAEMU frameworks. FAO meetings on ASP and Code of Conduct mark significant step forward for plant science industry. Kenya flower industry declines but favours Ethiopian flower industry due to government initiatives. Mauritian sugar industry threatened. Cooperation with IFDC taking shape.

Newsletter December 2005 [ 1.1 mb ]


Newsletter November 2005

IN THIS ISSUE:

WELCOME TO THIS, OUR FIRST NEWSLETTER FOR CROPLIFE AFRICA MIDDLE EAST

AfricaBio Biotechnology for Beginners course in South Africa, for participants from Kenya, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Uganda, Mauritius, South Africa. Information Core for Southern African Migrant Pests (ICOSAMP) Workshop in Pretoria, South Africa. Workshops with National Associations of Uganda, Tanzania and Ethiopia on self-sustainability and partnerships. CropLife Africa Middle East, North Africa Middle East Hub & Regulatory Meetings in Casablanca, Morocco. IFDC-CropLife Train-the-Trainer course in Mali. CropLife International publications on-line. Stakeholder discussions provide useful input to improve industry’s Crop Protection Stewardship Programmes. Genetically Modified (GM) crops in South Africa. Train-the-Trainer course in Zambia.

Newsletter November 2005 [ 1.2 mb ]