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  • Azerbaijan
    • Assistance to the Implementation of International Standards in the Manufacturing of Oil Field Equipment > European commission europeAid cooperation office implement ISO 9001, OHSAS 18001 and API standards’ requirements within Azneftekhimmash plants and provide training on issues that are relevant within the framework of acquisition certification, such as Group and Subsidiaries Reorganisation, Marketing and Strategic Planning, Coordination (coordination activities) and management.

    • Enhancing the Capacity of the State Labour Inspectorate > The Ministry Of Labour and Social Protection of Population of the Republic of Azerbaijan The project “enhancing the capacity of the State Labour Inspectorate” is a sub-project of the World Bank ‘Social Protection Development Project’ (SPDP). It aims to support a government-wide approach to improve the labour market and social protection through developing the capacities of the State Labour Inspectorate to ensure safety and healthy working conditions and to modernise the OS&H system.

    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Tajikistan
    • Technical Support to the formulation of a Human Development Support Programme II (HDSP II) and to monitoring and implementation of the ongoing EU budget support under Human Development Support Programme (HDSP I) > European Commission The "Human Development Support Programme" (HDSP) for Tajikistan has been developed 2010 and its objective is to contribute to the improvement of health and social protection status of the population, especially the poor and most vulnerable groups. The general objective of the current assignment is to contribute to the identification and formulation process for a new programme extending support to health and SP reforms embraced within HDSP I. There are three specific objectives of the assignment: - First specific objective is to contribute to the preparation of an effective and efficient EU Human Development Support programme (HDSP II), with a focus on the health component. - Second specific objective is to provide support to the monitoring and implementation of the EU budget support under the currently ongoing Human Development Support Programme. - Third Specific objective is to support the EUD to prepare ToRs for the two planned PFM service contracts.

    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Armenia
  • Belarus
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • ORGANISATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF TRAINING ACTIVITIES ON MOVEMENT AND IMPORT CONTROLS OF FEED, FOOD AND ANIMALS MAINLY FOR EU MEMBER STATES UNDER THE “BETTER TRAINING FOR SAFER FOOD” INITIATIVE > CHAFEA The project is part of the Better Training for Safer Food programme of EC DG SANTE. It aims to train competent autohrities' staff of EU Member States, Candidate Countries and other neighbouring countries on the official controls on import, trade-in and non-commercial movements of dogs and cats.

  • Georgia
  • Kazakhstan
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Kyrgyzstan
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Moldova
  • Molia
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Pakistan
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Russia
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Turkmenistan
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Ukraine
  • Uzbekistan
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Afghanistan
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

European Union :

Balkans & Turkey :

Sub-Saharan Africa and Indian Ocean :

  • Ghana
    • Training Workshop and Technical Assistance on the EU Rapid Alert System For Food and feed (RASFF) and the Trade Control and Expert System (Traces) > European Commission, DG Health and Consumers Training Workshops And Technical Assistance On The EU Rapid Alert System For Food and Feed (RASFF) and the Trade Control and Expert System (Traces)

    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Kenya
    • Training Workshop and Technical Assistance on the EU Rapid Alert System For Food and feed (RASFF) and the Trade Control and Expert System (Traces) > European Commission, DG Health and Consumers Training Workshops And Technical Assistance On The EU Rapid Alert System For Food and Feed (RASFF) and the Trade Control and Expert System (Traces)

    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • South Africa
    • Training Workshop and Technical Assistance on the EU Rapid Alert System For Food and feed (RASFF) and the Trade Control and Expert System (Traces) > European Commission, DG Health and Consumers Training Workshops And Technical Assistance On The EU Rapid Alert System For Food and Feed (RASFF) and the Trade Control and Expert System (Traces)

    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Tanzania
    • Training Workshop and Technical Assistance on the EU Rapid Alert System For Food and feed (RASFF) and the Trade Control and Expert System (Traces) > European Commission, DG Health and Consumers Training Workshops And Technical Assistance On The EU Rapid Alert System For Food and Feed (RASFF) and the Trade Control and Expert System (Traces)

    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Botswana
    • TVET and Skills Development in EU Development Cooperation > European Commission, DG DEVCO The overall objective of the assignment was to provide a comprehensive picture of TVET and Skills Development in European Commission Development Cooperation and evidence-based recommendations and guidance for a future strategy in TVET and Skills Development.

    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Benin
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Burkina Faso
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Burundi
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Cameroon
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Cape Verde
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Central African Republic
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Chad
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Comoros
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Co
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Co, DRC
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Ivory Coast
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Djibouti
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Equatorial Guinea
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Eritrea
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Ethiopia
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Gabon
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Gambia
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Guinea
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Guinea Bissau
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Lesotho
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Liberia
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Madagascar
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Malawi
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Maldives
  • Mali
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Mauritania
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Mauritius
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Mozambique
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Namibia
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Niger
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Nigeria
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Rwanda
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Sao Tome & Principe
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Senegal
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Improving and strengtening the sanitary and phytosantary framework in non-EU countries Lot 1: food safety and plant health in Africa and ENP countries - RASFF and TRACES workshop > CHAFEA, Consumers, Health and Food Executive Agency AETS as a Partner and leaded by AESA Consortium was mandated by DG SANCO to organise one workshops on the EU Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) and TRACES. The seminar took place in Dakar (Senegal)in order to train more than 60 participants and inform competent authorities (regional level) in the concerned countries on the concept of RASFF and TRACES and discuss the desirability of establishing similar systems at national or regional levels.

  • Seychelles
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Sierra Leone
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Somalia
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Sri Lanka
  • Sudan
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Swaziland
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Togo
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Uganda
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Zambia
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Zimbabwe
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

Pacific & Oceania :

  • Papua New Guinea
  • Australia
    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

  • Brunei
  • Cook Islands
    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

  • Fiji
  • Guam
    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

  • Indonesia
  • Kiribati
  • Marshall Islands
    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

  • Micronesia
    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

  • Nauru
    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

  • New Zealand
    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

  • Niue
    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

  • Palau, Republic of
    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

  • Samoa
    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

  • Solomon Islands
  • Timor Leste
    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

  • Tokelau Islands
    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

  • Tonga
    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

  • Tuvalu
    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

  • Vanuatu

America & Caribbean :

  • Peru
    • Training Workshop and Technical Assistance on the EU Rapid Alert System For Food and feed (RASFF) and the Trade Control and Expert System (Traces) > European Commission, DG Health and Consumers Training Workshops And Technical Assistance On The EU Rapid Alert System For Food and Feed (RASFF) and the Trade Control and Expert System (Traces)

    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Jamaica
    • Animal Health prevention and controls of Aquaculture Animals > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers This project was part of the Better Training for Safer Food Programme. In the framework of this programme, AETS has been awarded the management of the "Aquaculture Animals Health” project, to organise training activities (3-days sessions) for officers from competent authorities of EU Member States, Candidate Countries and EEA and EFTA countries. The aim of the training was: • To provide a detailed overview and explanation of EU legislation on animal health prevention and control of aquaculture animals; • To harmonize the implementation of the EU legislation in all EU MS and Candidate Countries.

    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Anguilla
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Antigua and Barbuda
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Argentina
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Aruba
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Bahamas
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Barbados
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Belize
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Bermuda
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Bolivia
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Brazil
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Canada
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Cayman Islands
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Chile
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Colombia
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Costa Rica
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Cuba
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Dominica
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Dominican Republic
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Ecuador
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • El Salvador
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Grenada
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Guatemala
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Guyana
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Haiti
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Honduras
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Mexico
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Montserrat
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Netherlands Antilles
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Nicaragua
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Panama
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Paraguay
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Puerto Rico
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • St. Kitts and Nevis
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • St Lucia
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • St. Vincent and the Grenadines
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Suriname
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Trinidad and Tob
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Turks and Caicos Island
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • United States of America
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Uruguay
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Venezuela
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Virgin Islands (British)
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Virgin Islands (USA)
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

Economic zones :

Asia :

  • Thailand
    • Small Scale Farms certification > FAO The project aimed to improve the comptetiveness of the Thai small scale farms through group certification and traceability system using GPS. Four pilots (2 groups of shirmp farmers and 2 groups of fish farmers) were able to be group certified and a website was created to locate the farms and demonstrate the application of the Good Aquacultural Practices (GAP).

    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

    • Organisation and implementation of training activities on "Improving and strengthening the sanitary and phytosanitary Framework in non-EU countries ("BTSF World") under the "Better Training for Safer Food" initiative > Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA) AETS implements a technical assistance and training project of 55 man-months in the sector of Plant Health andd Food Safety under the BTSF initiative of DG SANTE, for the benefit of official Asian and Pacific states food safety and plant health authorities.

    • Service for the organization of a full-day public seminar on EU regulations on Food Contact Material > Delegation of the European Union to Thailand Food contact materials are intended to come in contact with food. The possibility of the chemical substances migrating from the food contact material to the food could be potentially harmful to consumer health. Since there are no Codex Standards for food contact materials, ASEAN Member States (AMS) have set up their regulations or standards on food contact materials based on the regulations on food materials and packaging from various references, including European Union, US, and Japan.

  • China
    • EU-China Project on Occupational Health and Safety in High-Risk Sectors > Delegation of the European Union to China   Sate Administration of Work Safety (SAWS) The project is directed at enabling China to achieve effective standards of work safety and health comparable to those prevailing in the EU in all high risk sectors, including the objective of a zero-fatality rate. The purpose related to this overall objective is to provide technical assistance to develop China’s capacity at all appropriate levels for the design and enforcement of an effective OSH strategy based on the principles of prevention and the direct involvement of workers in risk management.

    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

    • Organisation and implementation of training activities on "Improving and strengthening the sanitary and phytosanitary Framework in non-EU countries ("BTSF World") under the "Better Training for Safer Food" initiative > Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA) AETS implements a technical assistance and training project of 55 man-months in the sector of Plant Health andd Food Safety under the BTSF initiative of DG SANTE, for the benefit of official Asian and Pacific states food safety and plant health authorities.

    • PCM - Formulation of EU-funded action on Responsible Value Chains in Asia > European External Action Service The AETS FWC COM Lot 01 consortium has been mandated by the Service for Foreign Policy Iinstruments of the European External Action Service to formulation a future action on 'Responsible Supply Chains in Asia' in order to support Corporate Social Responsibility/Responsible Business Conduct practices and approaches in relevant Asian trading partners with a view to enhancing market access opportunities and strengthening an international level playing field for EU responsible businesses in the region. Assignment implemented by GEOTEST.

  • Bangladesh
    • TVET and Skills Development in EU Development Cooperation > European Commission, DG DEVCO The overall objective of the assignment was to provide a comprehensive picture of TVET and Skills Development in European Commission Development Cooperation and evidence-based recommendations and guidance for a future strategy in TVET and Skills Development.

    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

    • Organisation and implementation of training activities on "Improving and strengthening the sanitary and phytosanitary Framework in non-EU countries ("BTSF World") under the "Better Training for Safer Food" initiative > Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA) AETS implements a technical assistance and training project of 55 man-months in the sector of Plant Health andd Food Safety under the BTSF initiative of DG SANTE, for the benefit of official Asian and Pacific states food safety and plant health authorities.

  • Bhutan
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

    • Organisation and implementation of training activities on "Improving and strengthening the sanitary and phytosanitary Framework in non-EU countries ("BTSF World") under the "Better Training for Safer Food" initiative > Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA) AETS implements a technical assistance and training project of 55 man-months in the sector of Plant Health andd Food Safety under the BTSF initiative of DG SANTE, for the benefit of official Asian and Pacific states food safety and plant health authorities.

  • Cambodia
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

    • The INNOVATE (Initiative for New One Health Ventures in Asia considering Ecosystems) Networking Meeting – Expert assistance > European Commission In the framework of the Regional Strategy Paper for Assistance to Asia 2007-2013, the INNOVATE One Health Programme in Asia intends to further strengthen the collaboration of the animal and human health sectors and by tackling health risks and challenges at the interface between animals, humans and their various environments. While collaboration between the animal and human health sectors have taken place in many countries and are recognised to be important for a fast and effective response to outbreaks of infectious diseases, such collaboration has mainly taken place in response to crises or emergency situation and in many cases on an ad hoc basis. A framework and mechanisms to enable this collaboration also in 'non-crisis' times and to extend it to other health-related sectors, including in first instance the environment, is yet missing in most countries in Asia. A networking meeting was planned to take place early April 2014 in Phnom Penh/Cambodia to bring together representatives from all the projects. The event has offered a platform for the INNOVATE beneficiaries to share their experiences on the ongoing project implementation and together with other stakeholders of the Programme to exchange their views and knowledge on One Health issue in Asia

    • Organisation and implementation of training activities on "Improving and strengthening the sanitary and phytosanitary Framework in non-EU countries ("BTSF World") under the "Better Training for Safer Food" initiative > Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA) AETS implements a technical assistance and training project of 55 man-months in the sector of Plant Health andd Food Safety under the BTSF initiative of DG SANTE, for the benefit of official Asian and Pacific states food safety and plant health authorities.

  • Hong Kong
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

    • Organisation and implementation of training activities on "Improving and strengthening the sanitary and phytosanitary Framework in non-EU countries ("BTSF World") under the "Better Training for Safer Food" initiative > Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA) AETS implements a technical assistance and training project of 55 man-months in the sector of Plant Health andd Food Safety under the BTSF initiative of DG SANTE, for the benefit of official Asian and Pacific states food safety and plant health authorities.

  • India
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

    • Organisation and implementation of training activities on "Improving and strengthening the sanitary and phytosanitary Framework in non-EU countries ("BTSF World") under the "Better Training for Safer Food" initiative > Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA) AETS implements a technical assistance and training project of 55 man-months in the sector of Plant Health andd Food Safety under the BTSF initiative of DG SANTE, for the benefit of official Asian and Pacific states food safety and plant health authorities.

  • Japan
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

    • PCM - Formulation of EU-funded action on Responsible Value Chains in Asia > European External Action Service The AETS FWC COM Lot 01 consortium has been mandated by the Service for Foreign Policy Iinstruments of the European External Action Service to formulation a future action on 'Responsible Supply Chains in Asia' in order to support Corporate Social Responsibility/Responsible Business Conduct practices and approaches in relevant Asian trading partners with a view to enhancing market access opportunities and strengthening an international level playing field for EU responsible businesses in the region. Assignment implemented by GEOTEST.

  • Korea, DPR
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

  • Korea, Republic of
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

  • Lao, PDR
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

    • Organisation and implementation of training activities on "Improving and strengthening the sanitary and phytosanitary Framework in non-EU countries ("BTSF World") under the "Better Training for Safer Food" initiative > Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA) AETS implements a technical assistance and training project of 55 man-months in the sector of Plant Health andd Food Safety under the BTSF initiative of DG SANTE, for the benefit of official Asian and Pacific states food safety and plant health authorities.

  • Macao
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

    • Organisation and implementation of training activities on "Improving and strengthening the sanitary and phytosanitary Framework in non-EU countries ("BTSF World") under the "Better Training for Safer Food" initiative > Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA) AETS implements a technical assistance and training project of 55 man-months in the sector of Plant Health andd Food Safety under the BTSF initiative of DG SANTE, for the benefit of official Asian and Pacific states food safety and plant health authorities.

  • Malaysia
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

    • Organisation and implementation of training activities on "Improving and strengthening the sanitary and phytosanitary Framework in non-EU countries ("BTSF World") under the "Better Training for Safer Food" initiative > Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA) AETS implements a technical assistance and training project of 55 man-months in the sector of Plant Health andd Food Safety under the BTSF initiative of DG SANTE, for the benefit of official Asian and Pacific states food safety and plant health authorities.

  • Myanmar
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

    • Organisation and implementation of training activities on "Improving and strengthening the sanitary and phytosanitary Framework in non-EU countries ("BTSF World") under the "Better Training for Safer Food" initiative > Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA) AETS implements a technical assistance and training project of 55 man-months in the sector of Plant Health andd Food Safety under the BTSF initiative of DG SANTE, for the benefit of official Asian and Pacific states food safety and plant health authorities.

    • PCM - Formulation of EU-funded action on Responsible Value Chains in Asia > European External Action Service The AETS FWC COM Lot 01 consortium has been mandated by the Service for Foreign Policy Iinstruments of the European External Action Service to formulation a future action on 'Responsible Supply Chains in Asia' in order to support Corporate Social Responsibility/Responsible Business Conduct practices and approaches in relevant Asian trading partners with a view to enhancing market access opportunities and strengthening an international level playing field for EU responsible businesses in the region. Assignment implemented by GEOTEST.

  • Nepal
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

    • Organisation and implementation of training activities on "Improving and strengthening the sanitary and phytosanitary Framework in non-EU countries ("BTSF World") under the "Better Training for Safer Food" initiative > Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA) AETS implements a technical assistance and training project of 55 man-months in the sector of Plant Health andd Food Safety under the BTSF initiative of DG SANTE, for the benefit of official Asian and Pacific states food safety and plant health authorities.

  • Philippines
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

    • Organisation and implementation of training activities on "Improving and strengthening the sanitary and phytosanitary Framework in non-EU countries ("BTSF World") under the "Better Training for Safer Food" initiative > Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA) AETS implements a technical assistance and training project of 55 man-months in the sector of Plant Health andd Food Safety under the BTSF initiative of DG SANTE, for the benefit of official Asian and Pacific states food safety and plant health authorities.

    • PCM - Formulation of EU-funded action on Responsible Value Chains in Asia > European External Action Service The AETS FWC COM Lot 01 consortium has been mandated by the Service for Foreign Policy Iinstruments of the European External Action Service to formulation a future action on 'Responsible Supply Chains in Asia' in order to support Corporate Social Responsibility/Responsible Business Conduct practices and approaches in relevant Asian trading partners with a view to enhancing market access opportunities and strengthening an international level playing field for EU responsible businesses in the region. Assignment implemented by GEOTEST.

  • Singapore
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

    • Organisation and implementation of training activities on "Improving and strengthening the sanitary and phytosanitary Framework in non-EU countries ("BTSF World") under the "Better Training for Safer Food" initiative > Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA) AETS implements a technical assistance and training project of 55 man-months in the sector of Plant Health andd Food Safety under the BTSF initiative of DG SANTE, for the benefit of official Asian and Pacific states food safety and plant health authorities.

  • Viet Nam
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Animal Health and Animal Welfare in Asia and the Pacific > EAHC The project aims to build the capacities of Third Countries’ staff involved in official controls on animal health and welfare. Through the organisation of 6 regional workshops the project will address animal disease control, HPAI surveillance and control, Rabies control, organisation of the veterinary services, animal welfare of food producing animals. In addition, the project includes the undertaking of technical assistance missions.

    • Organisation and implementation of training activities on "Improving and strengthening the sanitary and phytosanitary Framework in non-EU countries ("BTSF World") under the "Better Training for Safer Food" initiative > Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA) AETS implements a technical assistance and training project of 55 man-months in the sector of Plant Health andd Food Safety under the BTSF initiative of DG SANTE, for the benefit of official Asian and Pacific states food safety and plant health authorities.

    • PCM - Formulation of EU-funded action on Responsible Value Chains in Asia > European External Action Service The AETS FWC COM Lot 01 consortium has been mandated by the Service for Foreign Policy Iinstruments of the European External Action Service to formulation a future action on 'Responsible Supply Chains in Asia' in order to support Corporate Social Responsibility/Responsible Business Conduct practices and approaches in relevant Asian trading partners with a view to enhancing market access opportunities and strengthening an international level playing field for EU responsible businesses in the region. Assignment implemented by GEOTEST.

North Africa & Mediterranean :

Middle East :

  • Bahrain
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Iran
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Iraq
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Israel
  • Jordan
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Kuwait
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Lebanon
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

    • Technical Assistance support to build capacities of staff at the Ministry of Agriculture’s Laboratories in Lebanon > Delegation of the European Union to Lebanon AETS implements a capacity building projectof 66 man-days in the sector of pesticide residues testing and phytosanitary controls for the benefit of the Ministry of Agriculture of Lebanon, funded by the European Commission.

  • Oman
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Qatar
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Saudi Arabia
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Syria
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • United Arab Emirates
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Occuped Palestinian Territory
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

  • Yemen
    • EU Food Rules and Food Import Requirements > Executive Agency for Health and Consumers The project aimed to build the capacities of non-EU Countries and Candidate Countries’ staff involved in official controls on EU food legislation. Throughout this project, the AETS consortium trained more than 1,600 food safety inspectors and veterinarians worldwide and organised 16 regional workshops and 250 working days of Sustained Training and Technical Assistance Missions The project addressed EU food standards on meat, fishery and aquaculture products, fruit and vegetables, honey, residues and contaminants control and monitoring, traceability and animal identification, animal welfare, food irradiation and food crisis management.

Europe outside the EU :