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Project ID:00071428Description:Strengthening of the food safe
Viet Nam One Plan Fund II
Start Date *: 10 Dec 2009
OP 2006 Social Services
End Date*: 30 Jun 2012
Country: Viet Nam Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   WHO - World Health Organization

 Legal and regulatory framework for food control strengthened Food borne disease surveillance and food contamination monitoring programme strengthened and food safety education improved

The programme will support the development of legislatives  concerning food safety, which need to be in line with WTD agreements. Import and export is increasing due to the MIC status. Regulations need to be developed, revised and adapted. Food safety surveillance should be balanced with the increasing import of foodstuffs. Thus, surveillance systems need to be strengthened.

Reference: WP2010VNM CSR (top task 14)

1) MDG 4: Reduce child mortali!x:

There's a direct link in between food  borne disease and child mortality.  From the 2,2 million people who die from Food borne diseases in national and sectoral developing countries 1, 8 million are children. Thus all deliverables on FOS  are linked with contributing to the achievement of MDG 4.  All the deliverables are in line with the targets of the national food hygiene and food safety 2006-

Both international treaty obligations are incorporated in the policy making process, which will be empowered by supporting the development of legislative documents on food safety, training on law enforcement and efficient legislation development.

 Vietnam's national plan for food hygiene and food safety 2006-2010. All the listed activities under the  AWP will contribute to the achievement of its targets:

-1)Support the development and implementation of food safety as appropriate. legislation

-2)Provide support on food borne disease outbreak p

-3)Support effective food complaints and food recall systems

-4)Provide technical support on microbiological and antimicrobial risk assessment

-S)Enhanced INFOSAN networking and participation

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