South Africa: USDA and CABI partner to train the Pakistan Fresh Produce industry

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Post organized the training schedule for a 12 member delegation from Pakistan who were part of a United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) funded capacity development program in South Africa, in partnership with the Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux International (CABI). The program objective was for the group to develop the first Phytosanitary Training Manual in Pakistan, and to strengthen the Pakistan import/export certification process to meet globally recognized SPS standards, in order to grow Pakistan trade.

South Africa: USDA and CABI partner to train the Pakistan Fresh Produce industry

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