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Bangladesh and many other countries have struggled to gain full commitment from the farming sector to put in place food safety controls. This is often due to the perceived cost of implementing these controls. To try to rectify this, a...

An assessment of the true impact of the lack of food safety in Bangladesh is not possible presently as there is very little baseline data available on rates of contamination of food. The severity and prevalence of biological, chemical, physical,...

On 30 June 2014,The Bangladesh Food safety Network (BFSN) is an active network of consumer oriented NGOs that is supported by the Food Safety Programme to deliver advocacy and awareness activities targeted at various sections of civil society. To this...

Over the past two years, 15 analysts and technologists are being provided intensive hands-on training on analytical methods in chemistry and microbiology at the National Food Safety Laboratory, Institute of Public Health by project personnel. Method development for the detection...

On 6 August 2014 , the FAO Food Safety Programme organized a one-day workshop to involve all its partners in an outcome mapping exercise. The workshop was facilitated by Geert Rhenbergen, International Consultant on Monitoring and Evaluation from...

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