AFSCo Manifesto

Our insight on current socio-economic trends in Africa that are driving the need for heightened food safety education and training is well recognized by national and international stakeholders. Factors including; rising urban population rates, increased demand for food prepared outdoors, more demand for exotic meals, burden on health and social infrastructure, inadequate food safety law and enforcement, leading to more diarrheal and cholera incidents are all concerns well expounded by the W.H.O, the African Union and most African governments.

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