ASEAN Food Handling Bureau (AFHB)
1981-04 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Apr 1981, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), within the framework of D-XD0165 - ASEAN, as part of ASEAN Food Handling Project, set up Nov 1976, under ASEAN-Australia Economic Cooperation Programme (AAECP).
Provide a coordinated programme of research and development in handling grains, fish, livestock, fruit and vegetables in ASEAN countries by providing appropriate technical assistance and coordination; improve current systems through collection/organization of information so as to establish a pool of information on appropriate food handling and distribution systems; provide technical advice and assistance in solving problems relating to food handling and distribution; develop conceptual designs for food handling and distribution systems; provide practical on-the-job training to ASEAN counterparts working with consultants in the implementation of projects.
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Serves as executive arm of ASEAN Sub-Committee on Food Handling (meeting twice a year), which acts through 4 Working Groups on: Fish; Grains; Horticulture; Livestock.
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