We took 14 African member states attending the AU-IAPSC workshop, on a tour of cargo section of the Douala International Airport and later Douala Sea Port in Douala, Cameroon. We are glad with the intense level of knowledge and best practices shared between Cameroon and the MS
As part of our capacity building this week, 16 member states spent the day deliberating on Phytosanitary Capacity Evaluation (#PCE) and Pest Risk Analysis for their respective countries, to learn from each other and take strategic actions in plant health management. @ippcnews
At the opening, Secretary General in the Cameroon Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Prof Mbong Bambot Grace Annih called for African member states to explore more innovative solutions in response to fresh global challenges in #PlantHealth management. #ippc #iapsc
This week, we are in Douala, Cameroon, strengthening the capacity of African member states on #PlantHealth legislation and international requirements through review, evaluation of #phytosanitary compliance and capacity to manage plant health risks. @ippcnews @_AfricanUnion
Today, we were delighted to welcome our Commissioner of Agriculture, Rural Development, Blue Economy & Sustainable Environment Her Excellency Ambassador @JosefaSacko in our Yaoundé office. We are grateful for her guidance as we strive to promote plant health management in Africa.
A specialized technical office of the African Union Department of Rural Economy and Agriculture, mandated to coordinate and provide support to the protection of plant resources for the welfare and economic development of the Member States of the African Union (AU).
African Union Inter-African Phytosanitary Council (AU-IAPSC)