Establishment of a risk-based food safety
control system in the dairy value
chain in Ukraine
Milk Safety Project
Representatives of the SSFSCP passed a distance e-learning course on the use of best practices for the production of safe milk
Dec 17.2018From October, 29th to December 10th, 2018, State Inspectors and State Veterinary Inspectors of the Main Departments of the SSFSCP in Vinnitsa, Luhansk, Mykolaiv, Poltava and Kharkiv oblasts...
Training for milk collection point was held in Vinnytsia oblast
Nov 30.2018On November 29, 2018 the training was held for the staff of the Milk Collection Point (MCP) in the village of Prushanka, one of the Project’s partners in Vinnytsia oblast.
Technical topics that were discussed:
- Optimal solutions for proper milking organization;
- Cooling and milk storage on MCP: how to do...
Training for the employees of the territorial bodies of the SSFSCP in Vinnytsia oblast was held
Oct 19.2018On October 16 - 19, 2018 the Milk Safety Project conducted the training for inspectors of the Main Directorate of the SSFSCP in Vinnytsia oblast. The main goal of the training is to gain the understanding of importance applying the best practices in milk production and to raise awareness about the changes in the food safety control system.
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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