World Bank Pest Management Policy

World Bank Pest Management Policy

Integrated pest management ; strategies and policies for effective implementation (Russian) Abstract Efforts to implement environmentally sound pest management strategies have often been impeded by government policies and regulations that inadvertently promote the use of pest control over more sustainable practices. Bank Policy: Operational Policy Waivers Other Relevant Policies/Directives Staff are advised that there are other policies, directives, OPs, and BPs that while not directly applicable to Advisory Services and Analytics (including RAS) contain principles that may apply and inform activities covered under OP 8.40 and the OpMemo. Attention for policies is important because these can have a strong influence on pest management practices. Relevant policies include pest management policies (research orientation, extension messages, incentives for input use), food safety (pesticide residues), public health and environmental protection (selection of pesticides and use restrictions). pesticide use is actually justified. It places pesticide management in the broader context of pest management, and elaborates on linkages between sustainable pest management and policy objectives related to environmental protection, human health, food safety and trade. A draft of this case study was provided to World Bank and Global IPM Facility staff and associated stakeholders for comment in spring 2004. The case study has considered and incorporated comments received from the World Bank’s Agriculture and Rural Development Department, the Bank’s Development Economics Group, and the Global IPM Facility. The World Bank’s Pest Management Safeguard Policy (OP 4.09 and BP 4.01 Annex C) was established to address these concerns and to assist borrowers to manage pests in an appropriate manner. Integrated pest management ; strategies and policies for effective implementation (English) Abstract. Efforts to implement environmentally sound pest management strategies have often been impeded by government policies and regulations that inadvertently promote the use of pest control over more sustainable practices. The World Bank and pest management. This chapter describes operations of the World Bank that promote integrated pest management (IPM), which include the co-sponsorship of an IPM facility that provides access to specialist expertise and to a network of relevant expert institutions, and implementation of a pest management policy that focuses on

The objective of this paper is to: (a) review World Bank’s pest management activities during 1999-2004; (b) assess those in view of the changes in the external and internal contexts; (c) identify appropriate opportunities of engagement on pest and pesticide issues; and (d) suggest means to further promote sound pest management in the World Bank operations. The Policies And Procedures Framework is a framework which provides a new structure for developing and managing policy, procedure, directives and guidance type documents (P&P Documents) issued by the Board and Management .