Mycotoxins: Triple Threat to African Development
Mycotoxins are increasingly recognized as a major threat to economic, social and human progress, especially in the developing world. The event featured experts from the rapidly growing community of practice on mycotoxins, as well as development officials and representatives of private firms, to discuss growing evidence of the impacts on African agriculture, health and trade as well as emerging methods for mitigating the risks. Progress under the Program for Aflatoxin Control in Africa was featured.
For a complete listing of the presentations, please follow this link.
- Brackett Mycotoxin 101 IFSH.pptx
- Cardwell - Innovative Approaches to Dealing with the Incentive Problem.pptx
- GFSP Overview_ Aflatoxin Feb 14 2013.pptx
- LambJ_ The Global Challenge of Food Safety_2_14_2013.pptx
- Pull ABt Conference Cotty 12Jan13c first half.pptx
- Pull ABt Conference Cotty 12Jan13c second half.pptx
- Sue Heinen Presentation - Aflatoxin and Trade, FINAL.pptx
- Narayan and Stene - part1.pptx
- Narayan and Stene - part2.pptx
- Bertram Mycotoxins.pptx