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Government of Pakistan - Ministry of Food, AgriFood, Agriculture & Lifestock (MINFAL)

Government of Pakistan - Ministry of Food, AgriFood, Agriculture & Lifestock (MINFAL)

The Ministry of Food, Agriculture & Livestock is mainly responsible for policy formulation, economic coordination and planning in respect of food grain, agricultural & livestock. It also includes procurement of food grains, fertilizer, import price stabilization of agriculture produce, international liaison, economic studies for framing agricultural policies, fishing and fisheries beyond territorial waters, animal quarantine etc.. Ministry of Food, Agriculture & Livestock consists of one division; Food, Agriculture & Livestock Division.

  Address: B Block, Pak Secretariat, Islamabad - Pakistan

Ph.: (+92) 51-9203307, 9210351

Fax: (+92) 51-9210616

Website: www.minfal.gov.pk

E-mail: minister@minfal.gov.pk

Pakistan Oilseed Development Board (PODB)

Pakistan Oilseed Development Board (PODB)

Pakistan Oilseed Development Board (PODB) was established in 1995 to enhance indigenous oilseed production to reduce import bill of edible oils. Board is working under administrative control of Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock. PODB aims at promotion of the oilseed sector as a whole and serving as an important national institution for the development of oilseed sector in the country, besides providing regulatory and policy framework to this sector. For financing the PODB government levied a cess of Rs. 0.05 per kg on imports of edible oils and a cess @10% of the regulatory duty collected on oilseed imported for crushing purposes. Board is presently engaged in development and promotion of major oilseed crops viz. canola, sunflower and oil-bearing trees like oilpalm and olives.

  Address: 79-E, Al-Rehman Chamber, 2-3rd Floor, Blue Area, Islamabad - Pakistan

Ph.: (+92) 51-9203970

Fax: (+92) 51-9221813

Website: www.pakistan.gov.pk/divisions/ContentListing.jsp?DivID=10&cPath=91_97_746

Email: podbisb@hotmail.com

Ministero degli Affari Esteri - Cooperazione Italiana allo Sviluppo (DGCS)

Ministero degli Affari Esteri - Cooperazione Italiana allo Sviluppo (DGCS)

Development Cooperation comes from the need to grant the respect of human dignity and the economical grow for everybody in our planet, and ensuring global interdependency through the widening of markets.

In Italian recent history, development cooperation begins, since the Fifties, with a number of actions in the field of technical and economic assistance, realized in some ancient colonial countries, or administrated – as for Somalia – under the UN mandate. These activities were, in a first phase, regulated by 1979 law n°38; getting, some years later, to the more organic law n°49 of 1987.

As an essential part of our foreign affairs, Italian cooperation with developing countries contributes to UN efforts to combat poverty all over the world; and to help developing countries to strengthen their institutions in terms of ‘good governance’, in respect of human rights and democratic participation to economic development – with no discriminations within social and gender actors.

  Dott.ssa Santa Molč

Address: 50-E Chandra Gupta Marg, Chanakyapury, New Delhi 110 021 - India

Ph.: (+91) 981072662

Fax: (+91) 24108529

Website: www.cooperazioneallosviluppo.esteri.it/pdgcs/italiano/cooperazione/intro.html

Email: santa.mole@esteri.it

Istituto Agronomico per l'Oltremare (IAO)

Istituto Agronomico per l'Oltremare (IAO)

In 1904 a group of dedicated tropical agriculture specialists founded the 'Istituto Agricolo Coloniale Italiano' (IACI) for the study of tropical environments, agriculture and training. In 1938 it became the 'Istituto Agronomico per l'Africa Italiana'. Immediately after the Second World War, the Institute provided technical assistance in agriculture for Italian migrants to Latin America. It received officially its present name in 1959, under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The IAO is currently regulated by Law n. 1612 of 26.10.1962, law. n. 49 of 26.02.87 and D.P.R. 12.04.1988, n. 177.

The Istituto Agronomico per l'Oltremare (IAO) is a branch of the Italian Ministry for Foreign Affairs, a technical-scientific body for studying, training, consulting and providing technical assistance in the field of tropical and subtropical agriculture and environmental protection. The mandate of the IAO is to:

'provide support and consultancy to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) in the agricultural field and, as such, the IAO works in the field of the Development Co-operation in Africa, Latin America, Asia and Eastern Europe'.

  Address: Via Antonio Cocchi, 4 - 50131 Firenze - Italy

Ph.: (+39) 055 50611

Fax: (+39) 055 5061333

Website: www.iao.florence.it

E-mail: iao@iao.florence.it

 

Dr. Luciano Conticini

Ph.: (+39) 055 5061302

E-mail: conticini@iao.florence.it

 

Dr. Stefano Del Debbio

Ph.: (+39) 055 5061303

E-mail: deldebbio@iao.florence.it

 

Dott.ssa Lidia Labbaci

Ph.: (+39) 055 5061303

E-mail: labbaci@iao.florence.it

Promotion of the Production and Marketing of Olive Oil in Pakistan

Project Coordinator: Dr. Raffaele Del Cima

Raffaele Del Cima holds a Master Degree in Agricultural Science gained at the Universitą degli Studi della Tuscia in Viterbo (Italy). He specialized in olive growing at IRO-CNR (Istituto di Ricerca sulla Olivicoltura) in Perugia, focusing his preparation on olive cultivation and oil production in extra Mediterranean areas. He was involved in activities in more than eight Countries in this specific sector (mainly in Southern Africa, Australia and some Asian Countries) in initiatives promoted by the public and private sector as well as by international organizations.

  Address: Sector F7/4 street 52 House 14/a, Capitol Territory, Islamabad - Pakistan

Ph.: (+92) 051 2651536

Fax: (+92) 051 2651537

E-mail: info@oliveoilpakistan.com

WebMaster - WebDesigner - WebProgrammer: Vittorio Malta

WebMaster - WebDesigner - WebProgrammer: Vittorio Malta
  E-mail: webmaster@oliveoilpakistan.com
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