Establishment of a risk-based food safety
control system in the dairy value
chain in Ukraine
Milk Safety Project
Training for medium milk producers in Poltava oblast
Apr 24.2019On April 22-23, 2019 a final training for medium farms that was the part of the series of trainings to ensure traceability and reduce the use of antibiotics in milk production was held in Poltava oblast.
The safety of raw milk must be confirmed in ways that are equivalent...
Training for medium milk producers in Vinnytsia oblast was held
Apr 24.2019On April 18-19, 2019, regular training was held for medium farms producing milk in the Vinnytsia oblast, where the Milk Safety Project works with dairy processors of LLC “Loostdorf” and LLC "Azorel".
The theoretical part of the two-day training consisted of three blocks:
1) Requirements of the new food law for milk producers;
Training for medium milk producers in Mykolayiv oblast was held
Mar 27.2019On March 25-26, 2019 the Milk Safety Project in cooperation with dairy processors Public Joint-Stock Company “Bashtanka Cheese Plant” and PJSC “Pervomayskiy Milk and Canning Complex” in the Mykolaiv oblast gathered medium farms for regular trainings. The key topics of the two-day training were:
- analysis of hazards in milk production and control at critical points;
DonorThe project is implemented with financial support provided by the Swiss Confederation through Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO).
In 1997 the Swiss Confederation and Ukraine signed a bilateral agreement for technical
cooperation, in the framework of which the Swiss Cooperation Office was opened in Kyiv to
coordinate the cooperation programs in Ukraine. The Swiss Cooperation Office in Ukraine operates
on behalf of three governmental organizations - the
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and the
Human Security Division (HSD), which are part of the Swiss Federal Department of
Foreign Affairs, and the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs
(SECO), which is part of the Swiss Federal Department for Economic Affairs. The
Swiss support to Ukraine in 2015 – 2018 focuses on Sustainable
Economic Development, Sustainable Energy Management and Urban Development, Governance and
Peacebuilding as well as Health. Besides, the Swiss Confederation provides humanitarian
assistance to the regions and target groups affected by the conflict in the East of Ukraine.
The yearly budget of the Swiss Cooperation Program in Ukraine amounts up to CHF 25 million.
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