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- Bangladesh Aquatic and Aquacultural Food Safety Center
- India Supply Chain Management for Spices and Botanical Ingredients (SCMSBI)
- Malaysia Ministry of Health Collaborative Framework on Food Safety Capacity Building
- Thailand Center for Commercially Sterile Packaged Foods
- IICA-JIFSAN Collaborative Training Initiative for the Americas
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UMD-JIFSAN, Structured Partnerships, and IAFNS are collaborating to establish a new Public-Private Partnership focused on Data Sharing to Improve Food Safety Capacity Building.
Food safety is a global public good. Food safety capacity building improves societal welfare. As the global food supply network evolves and connections are made domestically and globally, it is important that food safety be recognized as fundamental for all societies. Foodborne diseases (FBDs), caused by ingesting food contaminated with hazards is a significant source of morbidity and mortality around the world.
Out of shared interest, representatives from the public and private sector have aligned on the value of building a platform to share existing data via a Public-Private Partnership. This Public-Private Partnership, focused on enhancing global health by reducing the risk of FBDs through improved implementation of food safety capacity building measures along entire food production and distribution chains via the development of an international data sharing platform – would bring together and benefit government, industry, the scientific community, and the general public.
Please visit: https://iafns.org/our-work/research-tools-open-data/capacity-building/ to learn more and contribute!