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According to LoA work plan, counterparts DLS were organized  a  half day workshop under poultry value chain in Deputy Director office training room, Jessore Sadar  namely “Awareness and Motivation workshop with Buyers-Suppliers- consumers to promote safe broilers...

The FAO Food Safety Programme has been supporting street food vending initiatives since 2012 in Bangladesh. The initiative focusses on training of street food vendors in Good Hygienic Practices and distribution of hygienic street food carts with a registration or...

The FAO Food Safety Programme is collaborating with the Bangladesh Shrimp and Fish Foundation and the Department of Fisheries (DoF) to develop food safety guidelines for implementation across the fish value chain. The guidelines have been used to deliver training...

The FAO Food Safety Programme is collaborating with the Hortex Foundation and the Department of Agriculture Extension (DAE) to develop food safety guidelines for implementation across the value chains of four horticultural crops – mango, brinjal, potato and tomato. The...

The Bangladesh Food Safety Network is composed of the 5 NGOs – Consumers’ Association of Bangladesh, B-SAFE, Shishuk, Hunger Free World and UBINIG – and its outreach activities all over Bangladesh are supported by the FAO food safety programme.

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