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Business Drivers For Food Safety

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Business Drivers For Food Safety

Food-borne pathogens undermine the health and well-being of hundreds of millions of people across the globe each year. Inadequate food handling practices and poor infrastructure across supply chains increase health risks to consumers, in addition to being root-causes of pre-consumer loss and waste in the overall food system. The Business Drivers for Food Safety Project (BD4FS) is a USAID-funded, multi-country effort that works alongside micro-, small-, and medium-sized food enterprise to co-design and implement incentive-based strategies to accelerate the adoption of food safety practices local food systems. By focusing on the role of local food businesses in improving food safety, the FES team will add to USAID knowledge base about strategies and methodologies for enterprise-level assistance in food systems strengthening, develop best-practices and lessons learned, and generate success stories from working with entrepreneurs in the effort to improve food safety. Stakeholder engagement will also raise national awareness around the issue of food safety and lay the foundation for the promotion of a “culture of food safety” among all actors in the national food system.

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Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW)

Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is a private international initiative that takes place every November. It is an opportunity for the ecosystem of entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, policymakers and other startup champions to celebrate and exchange experiences.

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WASH Senegal Technical Learning Note

Safely managed water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services are essential for household health and equally critical for food businesses to reduce the incidence and transmission of foodborne diseases.

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Food Enterprise Solutions Announces the Launch of Business Drivers for Food Safety in Nepal

Food-borne pathogens undermine the health and well-being of hundreds of millions of people across the globe each year. Inadequate food handling practices, poor infrastructure, and lack of access to reliable temperature control systems across supply chains increase health risks to consumers and are leading causes of pre-consumer food loss.

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November 19th is World Toilet Day!

November 19th is World Toilet Day! Read our blog post below about how water, sanitation, and hygiene affect food safety at seafood processing site in Senegal, with out full technical learning note coming soon! (With document already on News and Updates!)

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