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Member consultation on draft specifications PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 13 February 2015 11:38
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Dear Sir/Madam,
Please be reminded that the member consultation on draft specifications closes on 20 February 2015. Contact Points can submit their comments through the Online Comment System (OCS): http://ocs.ippc.int/ [1].
Please note that no extension will be granted for submitting comments.
Kind regards,
IPPC Secretariat

Estimado/a Sr./Sra.,
Le recordamos que la fecha limite del periodo para presentar cuestiones sustanciales respecto a los proyectos de especificaciones es el 20 de febrero de 2015. Los puntos de contacto de la CIPF pueden enviar sus comentarios a traves del Sistema de Comentarios en Linea (OCS): http://ocs.ippc.int/ [2].
Tenga en cuenta que no se concedera prorroga para la presentacion de observaciones.
Saludos cordiales,
La Secretaria de la CIPF

Chere Madame/Cher Monsieur,
Nous vous rappelons que la date limite de la periode de soumission des observations sur les projets de specifications est le 20 fevrier 2015. Les points de contact peuvent soumettre leurs observations via le Systeme de mise en ligne des observations (OCS): http://ocs.ippc.int/ [3].
Veuillez noter qu’aucune prolongation ne sera accordee pour la soumission des observations.
Merci et meilleures salutations,
Le Secretariat de la CIPV
 
XVIII. International Plant Protection Congress (IPPC) 2015, PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 21 January 2015 08:07
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Deadline Abstract Submission • Early Bird Registration

Dear colleagues,
It is our great pleasure to invite you to the XVIII. International Plant Protection Congress (IPPC) 2015, scheduled from 24 – 27 August 2015 at Henry Ford Building, Berlin (Germany).
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IPPC solicit nominations for Technical Panel on Disgnostic Protocols PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 06 January 2015 09:38
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Dear Sir/Madam,
The International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) Secretariat is soliciting nominations for appropriately qualified authors to take part in two diagnostic protocols in the Technical panel on diagnostic protocols (TPDP) work programme: *Puccinia psidi* (2006-018) and *Striga* spp. (2008-009). **Nominations are due 15 January 2014.**
Regards,
IPPC Secretariat
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AU-IAPSC HOLD WORKSHOP TO FINALISE ITS STRATEGIC IMPLEMENTATION PLAN 2014-2023 PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 07 January 2015 10:18
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With the support of the Food and Agriculture Organisation in Africa (FAORAF), the Inter African Phytosanitary Council organized a workshop on its strategic implementation plan 2014-2023.

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, December 2014 – Economic success of African agricultural exports highly depends on adequate plant quarantine capacities that could meet international Phytosanitary standards. The FAO and the Inter African Phytosanitary Council (AU-IAPSC) organized a workshop in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia from 8th-12th December 2014. Most of organizations working for development and Member States have already defined their strategic plan for the coming years. AU-IAPSC developed early this year with the support of FAO a comprehensive Strategic plan for the 10-year period 2014 – 2023 which aims at: reducing plant pest risks for better livelihoods, enhanced trade and biodiversity in Africa.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 January 2015 11:15
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Australia-Africa Plant Biosecurity Partnership WORKSHOP COMMUNIQUE 28 October 2014 PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 14:53
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The Australia - Africa Plant Biosecurity Partnership workshop, held 27 -28 October in Nairobi, Kenya, underlined the direct relationship between plant biosecurity and food security – an essential area for government and private sector investment to facilitate safe trade and improve returns to farmers. Plant biosecurity thus has a direct contribution to the achievement of the targets set in the African Union’s Malabo declaration.

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