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Senasa works for the benefit of 33 million Peruvians

Published May 18, 2024

Tridge summary

A collaborative project aimed at enhancing the safety of primary agricultural foods and feed, involving Senasa, local authorities, and family farming producers, has seen success in increasing agricultural production and agro-exports. This project is part of Phase II of the Agricultural Health and Agri-Food Safety Development Program, supported by the Inter-American Development Bank. Initiated in 2019 with Farmer Field Schools and initiatives like improving sanitary conditions in municipal slaughterhouses and promoting good agricultural practices, the project has led to significant advancements, including the distribution of 80 slaughter kits to municipal slaughterhouses and the training of producers and slaughterhouse personnel. Additionally, the project has focused on traceability and identification of cattle and pigs, as well as the reduction of chemical contaminants through the use of biological controllers. The initiative has seen substantial certification of properties in Good Agricultural Practices and has aimed to improve the traceability of animals from the farm to the table, providing crucial information for public health safety.
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As a result of the coordinated work between the National Agrarian Health Service (Senasa), local authorities and family farming producers, the Project to improve the safety of primary agricultural foods and feed from primary production and processing has achieved an increase in the agricultural production and agro-exports. This project is part of Phase II of the Agricultural Health and Agri-Food Safety Development Program, which is executed within the framework of the loan contract with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). The strategies used began in 2019 with the execution of Farmer Field Schools (ECAs), with the improvement of sanitary conditions in municipal slaughterhouses, identification of cattle and pigs, certification of production places with good agricultural practices, promotion of use of biological pest controllers and training for merchants and consumers, among others. Municipal slaughterhouses To help guarantee the safety of meat products in primary ...
Source: AgroPeru
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