Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs
Phytosanitary capacity development in developing countries
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Project Data Last Updated: 27/09/2019
IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-7-P001-APHA
To provide capacity development training to ODA eligible countries which regularly export regulated plant health goods to the UK. Training would either be on-the ground in the recipient country, in the form of placements in the UK, e.g. at Fera Science Ltd. or working alongside APHA inspectors at points of entry or a combination of the two. A range of training materials will also be developed and provided. Provision of such training should help reduced the number of non-compliant consignments exported to the UK, a significant proportion of which are destroyed when intercepted by the UK plant health service. Destruction of consignments obviously negates all financial benefits to the exporter.
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