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National plant protection organizations


National plant protection organizations (NPPOs) are the phytosanitary standard setting organizations in their respective country or territory. They collaborate with governmental and private bodies to build each nation’s ability to respond to plant health risks. The NPPOs of the contracting parties to the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) work with to IPPC to implement the convention. NPPOs are encouraged to participate in regional plant protection organizations to help them realize the benefits of safe trade.

Below is the list of banana-producing countries and territories that have an NPPO. You can search by country by clicking on Filters, or browse through the list.

Filters

Country/territoryNational plant protection organizationRegulated pests and pathogensPresence of TR4
AlgeriaMADRP2017 listNo
American SamoaDoANo
Angola (non-contracting party)DNAP2010 listNo
Antigua and BarbudaMoAFBA2005 listNo
ArgentinaSENASA2019 listNo
AustraliaACPPOYes
BahamasBAHFSANo
BahrainMoWMUP2018 ListNo
BangladeshDoAENo
BarbadosMoANo
BelizeAHANo
BeninMdANo
BermudaDoENRNo
BhutanMoAFNo
BoliviaSENASAG2017 listNo
BrazilMAPA2019 ListNo
Brunei Darussalam (non-contracting party)MoIPRNo
Burkina FasoDPVCNo
BurundiMdAE2006 listNo
CambodiaGDA2018 listNo
CameroonMdADRNo
Cape VerdeSdAPVNo
Cayman IslandsDoANo
Central African RepublicMCdDMRNo
ChadMdANo

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Page last modified on Thursday, 28 November 2019 17:19:43 CET by Anne Vézina.