Pacific Plant Protection Organization (PPPO)
Founded Oct 1994, by B-XB0971 - FAO, under T-XT5116 - International Plant Protection Convention, 1951 (IPPC).
Provide advice on phytosanitary measures in order to facilitate trade without jeopardizing the plant health status of the importing Members and countries and in particular: ensure that the views and concerns of Pacific members are adequately taken into account in the development and implementation of global phytosanitary measure; facilitate the flow of information among members and with other regional plant protection organizations; collaborate with the SPC Plant Protection Service on specific issues including pesticides and integrated pest management.
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Executive Committee (elected on rotational basis every 3 years). Secretariat provided by the Land Resources Division of the D-XD3260 - Pacific Community (SPC).
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