Enhancing Participation in Codex Activities, an Fao/who Training Package



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Vi Enhancing participation in Codex activities Foreword Codex process functions, and linkages with the World Trade Organization (WTO) to help highlight the importance of participation in Codex.

The package has been compiled as a training tool that can be adapted for use in field training. This training package has been developed to enhance countries' participation in the Codex process. It explains the organization and operation of Codex and the scientific basis for its work, and provides guidance on developing national Codex structures and activities.

The information is presented in modules, with visual aids and practical exercises. Enhancing participation in Codex activities. An FAO/WHO training package Download the PDFs: 1 (1, KB) 2 (2, KB) 3 (3, KB) 4 (2, KB) 5 (3, KB) CONTENTS.

Acknowledgements. Foreword. Summary. Abbreviations. Section 1: Establishing and maintaining national Codex activities.

Section 2: Understanding the organization of Codex. Enhancing Participation in Codex Activities The course explains the organization and operation of the Codex Alimentarius Commission and its subsidiary bodies and the process of developing international food standards.

It also explains how to strengthen national Codex programmes and receive FAO/WHO scientific advice. The course is useful for National Codex Contact Points, Government Officials, Representatives of food industry, consumer.

Enhancing participation in Codex activities: a FAO/WHO training package Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations ; World Health Organization Rome: Geneva Australian/Harvard Citation.

World Health Organization. & Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Module One - Establishing and Maintaing N P - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation .ppt /.pptx), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online.

Training. The FAO/WHO Project and Fund for Enhanced Participation in Codex aims to support broader and more effective participation in the implementation of the Enhancing Participation in Codex Activities of Work of the Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC), its committees and task forces.

‘Enhancing participation in Codex activities – A FAO/WHO training package’ is a new practical reference for those directly involved in Codex activities, and for provision of training courses.

1 The FAO Regional Training Workshop: “Enhancing effective participation in Codex activities in ASEAN countries” “Support to Capacity Building and Implementation of International Food Safety Standards in ASEAN Countries” (GCP/RAS//JPN) SeptemberTokyo, Japan PROVISIONAL LOGISTIC NOTE Workshop Venue.

FAO/WHO Codex Training Package Module Codex Training Package FAO/WHO capacity-building programmes Build organizational and technical abilities on: 1. strengthening national food quality and safety systems 2. enhancing input to Codex.

FAO/WHO Codex Training Package Module Codex Training Package The FAO/WHO Project and Fund for Enhanced Participation in Codex would like to express their appreciation to the Government of Indonesia for hosting the training course, and the Governments of New Zealand, Malaysia and Australia who made in-kind contributions by making trainers available and/or technical expertise for the preparation of the training course.

training package “Enhancing participation in Codex activities” and the “FAO/WHO framework for the provision of scientific advice on food safety and nutrition”. Also a package containing several brief notes from WTO was made available for every participant. FAO’s food safety capacity development activities supports developing countries and countries in transition to participate more effectively in Codex and translate Codex standards into national legislation or regulations through a wide range of activities both.

1 The FAO Regional Training Workshop: “Enhancing effective participation in Codex activities in ASEAN countries” “Support to Capacity Building and Implementation of International Food Safety Standards in ASEAN Countries” (GCP/RAS//JPN) SeptemberTokyo, Japan PROVISIONAL CONCEPT NOTE Background.

These training programmes are based on an FAO/WHO training package for enhancing participation on Codex. The training package describes the Codex organization and procedures, the scientific basis for its work, and provides guidance on developing national Codex structures and activities.

The course is available on CD-ROM and the Internet. and Fund for Enhanced Participation in Codex (Codex Trust Fund or CTF1) supported 23 85 participants from developing and transition economy countries to participate in the international standard development process, and provided FAO/WHO Codex training to over people to boost the effectiveness of their participation in the CAC.

• Enhancing Participation in Codex Activities - An FAO/WHO Training Pack designed to strengthen national food safety and quality systems through enhanced participation in the Codex process. It should serve as a reference document for those involved in national Codex activities and as a training tool on Codex.

4thRegional Training Workshop on “Enhancing Effective Participation in Codex Activities in ASEAN Countries”: Under the project GCP/RAS//JPN, the fourth regional training workshop “Enhancing Effective Participation in Codex Activities in ASEAN Countries” was held in Tokyo, Japan from 8 to 11 September with 40 participants consisting 17 participants from 8 ASEAN countries, namely.

FAO Information on SPS-related activities and capacity development materials Enhancing participation in Codex food standards formulation () o 5-year project funded by MAFF, Japan o Training activities to be implemented in Links to websites and documents – Section 2 ‘International framework for handling food safety issues’ Codex International trade and international standardization.

Combined texts. Joint FAO/WHO Food Standards Programme. Rome. FAO & WHO. Food Hygiene. Basic texts. 3rd Edition. Joint FAO/WHO Food Standards Programme. Rome. FAO & WHO. Food labelling.

Complete texts. Revised Joint FAO/WHO Food Standards Programme. Rome. FAO & WHO. Enhancing Participation in Codex Activities: An FAO/WHO. 1 “Support for Capacity Building for International Food Safety Standard Development and Implementation in ASEAN Countries” (GCP/RAS//JPN) The FAO Regional Training Workshop: “Enhancing Effective Participation in Codex Activities in ASEAN Countries” January, [Hotel] Bangkok, Thailand.

FAO Regional Office for the Asia & the Pacific E-mail: @ at National Training Workshop: “Strengthening Food Standard Setting and participation in Codex activities in Cambodia ( February ) •Introducing Codex •Procedures and principles for elaboration of.

Report of the Regional Training Workshop: Enhancing Effective Participation in Codex Activities in ASEAN Countries View More Sponsored by FAO's project "Support to Capacity Building for International Food Safety Standard Development and Implementation in ASEAN Countries" ” (GCP/RAS//JPN).

Joint FAO/WHO Food Standards Programme. Rome. FAO & WHO. Food Hygiene. Basic texts. 3 rd Edition. Joint FAO/WHO Food Standards Programme. Rome. FAO & WHO. Food labelling.

Complete texts. Revised Joint FAO/WHO Food Standards Programme. Rome. FAO & WHO. Enhancing Participation in Codex Activities: An FAO/WHO training. Pokyny Codex Alimentarius FAO/WHO k fungovaniu národných kontaktných miest.

Komisia Codex Alimentarius (CAC) je medzinárodný orgán a za rozhodnutia voči CAC zodpovedá vláda členského štátu, pričom sa tieto rozhodnutia majú interpretovať a vhodne implementovať na národnej úrovni. Enhancing participation in Codex activities: an FAO/WHO training package (Book) Lobbying de l'agroalimentaire et normes internationales: le cas du codex alimentarius by.

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations that leads international efforts to defeat hunger and improve nutrition and food Latin motto, fiat panis, translates to "let there be bread".It was founded in October FAO is currently developing a project, in collaboration with WHO, the Canadian government and OECD, for capacity building in biosafety.

The objective of the project is to provide a standardized training package to assist countries in implementing Codex texts related to the risk analysis of products derived from modern biotechnology.

Lessons learnt and experience in setting up responsibilities, activities and challenges of national administrative and technical Codex structures were shared, and participants discussed ways of building an efficient Codex programme at country level and enhancing cooperation on Codex.

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