The National Service for Agrifood Health, Safety and Quality (SENASICA) will invest more than 1.8 billion pesos for the implementation of the Agrifood Health and Safety program 2019 in the 32 states of the country.
The inspection, plant health, animal health and agrifood safety programs will be implemented through the Health Committees.
The SENASICA explained that right now, the arrangements for the approval of the Coordination Agreements between the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (SADER) and the state governments are being carried out with the aim of allocating the resources to each state. It is estimated that this will be completed before the end of April.
The people in charge of implementing the programs are the SADER's auxiliary organisations, that hire the technical staff for the carrying out of the activities included in the Work Programs of their respective projects.
Monday, April 8th, 2019/ SADER/ Mexico.