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Title: Dubai International Food Safety Conference


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  • Dubai International Food Safety Conference
  • Building Capacity to Enhance Food Safety in the
    Middle East
  • Developing and using Laboratory and
  • Technical Capacity Available in the Region
  • By Atef Idriss
  • CEO
  • MEFOSA sarl
  • Middle East North Africa Food Safety Associate

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Some definitions to start with..
  • TechnoPark is being built on 21 million square
    meters of land, and will house 60,000 permanent
    residents and employ over 133,000 people. We will
    function as a hub that enables research partners
    to access the resources of academic and research
    institutions, and international associations
    worldwide.
  • Vision To lead Dubais technological development
    strategy by providing the appropriate environment
    that would attract and enhance direct investment
    in manufacturing and research and development
    facilities with key focus on appropriate advanced
    technologies related to water desalination,
    energy, and environment.
  • Mission Establishment of clusters of similar
    technology oriented industries. Collaboration and
    partnership among tech-oriented companies and
    institutional/academic partners on commercially
    feasible ventures. Contribution to the
    advancement of science technology in the
    region.

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Some definitions to start with..
  • Capacity Building guide
  • Capacity is the essential lubricant of
    development, more important even than finance.
    One weakness of capacity within a
    multi-stakeholder project will often condemn the
    whole to failure.
  • The UN Development Programme has defined
    "capacity" as "the ability of individuals,
    institutions and societies to perform functions,
    solve problems, and set and achieve objectives in
    a sustainable manner".
  • The terms "capacity building" or "capacity
    development" describe the task of developing
    levels of human and institutional capacity.
    capacity building remains one of the most
    challenging functions of development.

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What Is Capacity Building In Health and Food
Safety ??
  • LINK

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  • 3-IFPRI Agriculture Food Safety and Food Born
    Diseases focus13 0506
  • To improve the ability of farmers in developing
    countries to reduce the burden of food borne
    illness, government agencies need to take the
    following steps
  • Implement a farm-to-table approach to
    agricultural health
  • by focusing efforts on the prevention of
    potential food safety
  • and agricultural health threats at all stages of
    the supply chain
  • including production, processing, marketing, and
    retailing.
  • Raise awareness among decision makers, public
    servants,
  • producers, traders, and consumers about the
    potential sources of food safety problems and
    ways to protect against such problems.
  • Encourage a multi-stakeholder approach to
    improving public
  • health.
  • Strengthen surveillance and diagnostic capacity
    in all
  • countries to improve measurement of prevalence
    and detection of outbreaks.
  • Strengthen risk analysis capacity to help
    decision makers in all countries to set
    strategies and priorities, to consider the many
    needs of the supply chain, and to increase their
    focus on the pre-harvest stage.

Switch from command-control policies to
performance based standards to meet national and
international food safety goals. Command-control
policies are often less flexible and have higher
fixed costs Improve infrastructure and access to
cold storage facilities to ensure the delivery of
highly perishable foods to distant
markets. Support efforts to improve supply chain
management to improve food safety along the whole
supply chain.
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Health and well- being of consumers
Consumers
Nutrition
Nutritional value / digestion / health impacts
Processing
Safety
Organoleptic impact
Environment
Safe, high-quality foods
Preparation
Storage / transport / retail
Processing
Production systems Agriculture / Fisheries /
Aquaculture
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means - to connect biological systems
research and economic innovation systems - to
tackle complexity issues at organization levels
beyond the life sciences
Knowledge based bio-economy - Complexity in
food and health
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  • MEFOSAs VISION
  • Middle East North Africa Food Safety Associates
    s.a.r.l believes that trading in safe food and
    feed are a prerequisite for sustainable
    development, and that Arab societies should
    develop their own food safety prerequisites in
    full recognition with their socio-economic
    priorities, and in harmony with international
    standards and norms, while respecting the
    culture, family values and quality of life
    throughout the MENA region.
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GHI aims toachieve consensus on the science of
food regulations and legislation, ensure the
global availability of safe and wholesome food
products for all consumers.
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In MENA Food Security/Safety Market Accesshas
been hindered by different impediments
Internal Impediments Include
Bureaucracy and Corporate Governance
Vague Institutional Framework
Dilution of Ministries and Agencies
Weak standardizing, testing and inspection
Lack of enforcement of regulations
Inadequate Legal Framework
Political Dissent
Alleged corruption
Limited Absorption Capacity
Public/Private Sector Resistance
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Strengthening Quality Management, Capabilities
and Infrastructure in Lebanon (QUALEB ) Project
No. EuropeAid/117725/D/SV/LB
Governmental Co-ordination
MoET Quality Unit
Legal Political/ Strategic infrastructure
Standardization Strategic infrastructure
Metrology Strategic infrastructure
Accreditation Strategic infrastructure
Market Surveillance
Quality project
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Strengthening Quality Management, Capabilities
and Infrastructure in Lebanon (QUALEB ) Project
No. EuropeAid/117725/D/SV/LB
INSTITUTIONAL COMPONENT (3)
  • Testing and Testing Labs
  • Market and needs survey for testing services,
    including analysis of international rejections
    of Lebanese products leading to priorities for
    specific test areas/types
  • Inventory of existing labs, and development of
    investment guides, create experience exchange
    network, and application for investment support
    on the basis of lab investment plans
  • Selection and signing agreement with labs
  • Management assistance to (international) lab
    accreditation
  • Provision of equipment to labs (international
    tendering)

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Some definitions to start with..
  • Laboratory forecast for 2009Neil H. Mermelstein,
    Editor Emeritus, Food Technology
  • Research during 2009 will continue to be
    conducted on new products and analytical methods
    for use in the laboratory, processing plant, and
    field. Instrumentation companies and university
    and government laboratories will continue to
    develop improved methods and instruments for
    analysis of foods, ranging from compositional
    analysis to quality control applications. Among
    the developments will be advances in instrumental
    methodswhether gas chromatography, mass
    spectrometry, olfactometry, infrared
    spectrometry, or othersas well as increased
    sensitivity and reproducibility,
    portable/miniaturized versions for field use, and
    less-expensive instruments providing comparable
    results.
  • Companies will continue to develop test kits that
    can be used for quality control in the plant and
    in the field, such as test kits for bacteria and
    allergens. They will continue to improve
    equipment for determining viscosity and methods
    for determining the effects of ingredients on
    product viscosity and texture. There will also be
    improved sample preparation techniques and
    systems, improved reporting systems, better
    systems for traceability, continued development
    and validation of analytical methods, and more
    work on correlating sensory evaluation with
    analytical results.... include carbohydrate
    testing, nutrition software and labeling, texture
    and viscosity measurement, trace element
    analysis, microbiological testing, moisture and
    water activity determination, and advances in
    instrumentation.

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Diverse Industry and Association Collaboration
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Broad Technical Academic Collaboration
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Regional Collaboration/Across Agencies
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  • it has always been and will continue to be the
    responsibility of a firms management to oversee
    and guarantee the companys adherence to food
    safety standards
  • Management must provide evidence of its
    commitment to the development, implementation,
    and operation of its food safety system.
    Specifically, management should
  • gtIllustrate how food safety is of utmost concern
    and communicate this throughout the organization.
  • gtEstablish a food safety policy for all to see.
  • gtMake certain the firm has the necessary
    resources to accomplish food safety objectives.
  • gtEstablish an approved supplier program.
  • gtPerform periodic reviews of the entire system.
  • gthave an effective communication strategy
    externally as part of their role in the food
    chain
  • Steven Wilson  Chief Quality Officer at the U.S.
    Dept. of Commerces National Oceanic and
    Atmospheric Administration
  • VIDEO

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  • Some Recommendations
  • 1) Food Safety should be a regional program.
  • 2) Built on private public shared vision , and
    full research partnership.
  • 3) With the collaboration of Agro-economic
    regional stakeholders .
  • 4) While focusing on consumer concerns ,addre
    -ssing health and food safety priorities.
  • 5) Providing a preventive approach from the
    intention of consumption all the way through
    Agricultural and Environmental sustainable
    development initiatives .
  • 6)With a Regional Common Agricultural Policy.
  • 7) And a Pan Arab Food Safety Institute.
  • 8) Upholding quality and related TQM,ISO HACCP
    principals.
  • 9) Through a real win- win private / public
    partnership.
  • 10) Confronting the challenges of poverty,
    desertification, global warming, other
    environmental challenges.
  • 11) While considering other global concerns and
    the actions of the global Agri-food chain.
  • 12) While empowering Arab SMEs with appropr-
    iate technologies capacity building.
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