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Annual Report 2016

As a global network we act as an ambassador for the plant science industry, encouraging understanding and dialogue whilst promoting sound science and agricultural technology in the context of sustainable development.

Annual Report 2016 [ 3.00 mb]


Annual Report 2015

The regulatory framework for pesticides has always been a high priority for our association. In particular, the vision of harmonized regulatory schemes at the sub regional level has been a key priority ever since CropLife Africa Middle East was established in 2002.

Annual Report 2015 [ 1.00 mb ]


Annual Report 2014

Last years’ Annual Report appeared with the heading “Breakthrough Year for the Spray Service Provider Concept”. This year we are featuring a few of the Spray Service Providers (SSPs) and we let them or their farmer customers comment on their experiences with this scheme. It has been a highly satisfying exercise to collect these testimonies across several of the countries where the concept has been implemented over recent years; and we do know that there are many more stories out there that confirm the many benefits of the scheme for all the stakeholders engaged and contributing to the success of the scheme.

Annual Report 2014 [ 1.00 mb ]


Annual Report 2013

The major challenges of our region are a rapidly growing population and the related growing need for increased food production. There is no doubt that this region needs new and more productive agricultural technologies consisting of modern inputs in the form of crop protection products, improved seed varieties, plant biotechnology and better fertilizers. The needs of the region are far greater than in any other part of the world. At the same time these improvements must be safe for users, the environment, as well as for export markets and consumers, both locally and abroad.

Annual Report 2013 [ 5.00 mb ]


Annual Report 2012

The 2012 annual report of CropLife Africa Middle East offers you a comprehensive summary of he many activities performed by our Association during 2012.

Annual Report 2012 [ 846 kb ]


Annual Report 2011

As you will see in the next few pages of the 2011 Annual Report of CropLife Africa Middle East, we made important decisions in 2011 in order to improve the daily management of our Regional Association and to better secure its long term funding. This illustrates the commitment of our member companies in their efforts to address the many challenges that our industry is facing in Africa and the Middle East.

Annual Report 2011 [ 1.00 mb ]


Annual Report 2010

Following the many organizational changes in our member companies, 2010 was also a year of changes in the composition of our Board of Directors in CropLife Africa Middle East. I am pleased to be assisted by a group of competent and responsible colleagues who were able to take over various positions left vacant at the end of 2009.

Annual Report 2010 [ 1.58 mb ]


Annual Report 2009

Things are moving fast in CropLife Africa Middle East. Our former President Pierre Flye Sainte Marie has moved to the headquarters of his mother company and I had the honor of being elected as the new President just one year after joining the Board of the Association.

Annual Report 2009 [ 1.58 mb ]


Annual Report 2008

A year after joining the Board of CropLife Africa Middle East I was selected President at the Annual General Assembly in Johannesburg in June 2008. I am truly excited to be working as part of our industry for this association as well as in a region that offers a great deal of opportunities for our member companies. At the same time this presents important challenges and hard work to be managed by our association.

Annual Report 2008 [ 3.87 mb ]


Annual Report 2007

This 5th Annual Report of CropLife Africa Middle East has been totally re-worked compared to earlier reports in order to better align its content to the changed global priorities as defined by the Crop Protection Strategy Council. The Annual Report 2007 covers the fiscal year from January 1st to December 31st 2007. It has been prepared based on the detailed input from Regional and Area Coordinators.

Annual Report 2007 [ 974 kb ]


Annual Report 2006

General Assembly convened in June, 2006 in Nairobi, Kenya. Executive Committee elected. Regulatory harmonisation meetings held in three hubs. Stewardship activities: Train-the-Trainer courses; obsolete stocks; agricultural biotechnology; alliances and partnerships; new country memberships; communications, through newsletters, press releases, websites. EUREP-GAP initiatives. FAO Code of Conduct implementation. International conventions. Finance. Looking ahead.

Annual Report 2006 [ 146 kb ]


Annual Report 2005
General Assembly convened in June, 2005 in Brussels, Belgium. Executive Committee held three meetings. Regulatory harmonisation meetings held in three hubs. Training and Stewardship activities: Train-the-Trainer courses; obsolete stocks; agricultural biotechnology; alliances and partnerships; new country members; communications, through newsletters, press releases, websites. EUREP-GAP initiatives. Finance. Looking ahead.
Annual Report 2005 [ 115 kb ]


Annual Report 2004
General Assembly convened in June, 2004 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Executive Committee elected and held three meetings. Regulatory harmonisation meetings held in three hubs. Training and Stewardship. Regional training overview. Obsolete stocks. Agricultural biotechnology. Alliances and partnerships. New country members. Adoption of CropLife name and trademark. Communication. EUREP-GAP initiatives. Finance.
Annual Report 2004 [ 115 kb ]


Annual Report 2002 - 2003

Establishment of CropLife Africa Middle East as an independent regional association, evolving from the Africa Middle East Working Group (AMEWG). Capacity building and regulatory support at country and sub regional level. Regulatory harmonisation and hub meetings in three hubs. Training on Safe Use. Stewardship. Outlook for 2004 and beyond.

Annual Report 2002/2003 [ 783 kb ]