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Asunto:[LEA-Venezuela] Fw: Vacantes: Ecuador
Fecha:Miercoles, 30 de Enero, 2002  16:16:15 (-0400)
Autor:pefaur <pefaur>

----- Original Message -----
From: "CIAT Redeco" <CIAT-REDECO@...>
Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2002 4:58 PM
Subject: Vacantes: Ecuador

> Estimados Amigos
> The Charles Darwin Foundation and the FAO are looking for
> international consultants to work with the Inspection and
> Quarantine System of the Galapagos Islands, SICGAL.
> Informes: Carlos Zapata: Charles Darwin Research Station
> Email czapatae@...
> Anexamos para su conocimiento la información recibida.
> Esperamos que este mensaje sea de utilidad.
> Cordial saludo,
> Liliana Rojas A.
> Jenny Correa G.
> ________________________________________
> Red Ecorregional para América Latina Tropical
> Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical. CIAT
> A.A. 6713
> Cali, Colombia
> TE ++57 2 445 0000 Ext. 3137
> Fax ++57 2 445 0073
> E-mail: CIAT-REDECO@...
> <>;
> ________________________________________
> The Charles Darwin Foundation and the FAO are looking for
> international consultants to work with the Inspection and
> Quarantine System of the Galapagos Islands, SICGAL.
> Background
> The number of inhabitants found in Galapagos has increased over
> the last decade bringing with it greater cultural diversity and a
> demand to import a higher diversity of materials and organic
> goods from the mainland. This in turn, has increased the
> pathways available for introducing alien species. In 2000,
> a preliminary list of products that were permitted entry into
> the Galapagos Islands was produced. This is now out of date
> and there is a need to develop procedures for identifying which
> products can be safely imported into the Galapagos.
> 1) Consultant profile:
> Ample experience in pest risk analyses, with an understanding
> of the risks of invasive species to the conservation of an
> environment. Experience in designing quantitative and qualitative
> pest risk manuals and training personnel. Must speak Spanish
> and be able to spend at least 4 weeks in the Galapagos on two
> occasions.
> 2) Purpose:
> Align the technical import requirements and the list of quarantine
> pests with international norms.
> 3) Inputs
> Evaluation of the current list of prohibited and restricted goods
> and plants into Galapagos.
> 4) Activities
> Undertake a pest risk analysis of the major plants and
> commodities imported in a priority sequence after producing a
> pest risk analysis manual. Conduct training courses in use of the
> PRA Manual.
> 5) Expected results:
> -Pest risk analysis manual that includes a methodology that can
> be applied to Galapagos and an evaluation of the principal
> products imported from mainland Ecuador. The manual should
> take into consideration the Quarantine legislation of the National
> Service for Animal and Plant Health (SESA) and the Galapagos
> National Park Service, and International Standards, especially
> ISPM#2.
> -Local technicians trained in pest risk analysis procedures.
> -Organization of a risk analysis panel that includes technicians
> from SICGAL and PRA specialists to evaluate the standards
> for importing goods from mainland Ecuador and to evaluate the
> current list of permitted imported products.
> 3) Duration:
> Two visits of 4 weeks starting in the first trimester of 2002
> Background
> More than 123 species were intercepted by inspectors in
> Galapagos during the first seven months of the inspection and
> quarantine program indicating that other species may be arriving
> undetected. A monitoring and early warning system needs to be
> developed to detect organisms that surpass the primary and
> secondary barriers (inspection at mainland and Galapagos ports
> of entry). The monitoring system will be set up in the ports of
> entry as well as in the agricultural zones. Inspectors, park guards,
> CDRS personnel and key sectors of the community will be trained.
> Early detection will permit us to act rapidly in the event that a new
> arrival is recorded, preventing colonization. With the data collected
> we will also be able to identify whether the inspection and
> quarantine is functioning and improve procedures for reducing
> incursions.
> 1) Consultant profiles:
> Entomologist (1) and pathologist (1) invasive plant specialist (1)
> with ample experience in pest dynamics and IPM, and an
> understanding of the risks of invasive species to the conservation
> of an environment. Experience in designing monitoring systems
> and training personnel. Must speak Spanish and be able to
> spend 6 weeks in the Galapagos.
> Purpose
> Develop a system of pest monitoring to readily detect pests,
> particularly incursions, in collaboration with the Charles Darwin
> Research Station and Galapagos National Park Service.
> Inputs
> Assess the specific difficulties of pest monitoring and devise a
> methodology for adoption in Galapagos.
> Actrivities
> -In conjunction with all stakeholders (SESA/SICGAL/CDRS/
> DeptAgric//PNG etc develop a methodology for the monitoring of the
> Galapagos for pests, diseases and weeds in conformity with
> global ISPMs.
> -Recommend recording methodologies and monitoring regimes
> and database methodologies.
> -Carry out an analysis to identify species that constitute a
> recognized threat to Galapagos biodiversity and also are likely
> to be introduced through existing mechanisms.
> -Investigate the priority incursion pests for Galapagos and advise
> on the methodologies of sampling and detection and diagnostics
> that are most efficient for the local conditions.
> -Conduct training course on pest detection techniques.
> -Amplify specialist identification network
> Outputs
> -List of potentially invasive species from the mainland that have
> the highest risk of being introduced.
> -Procedures manual for monitoring key pests that could be
> implemented on an on-going basis. Guidelines for detections
> and sampling techniques.
> -Local personnel trained.
> 4) Contact:
> Carlos Zapata: Charles Darwin Research Station:
> Email czapatae@...
> Charlotte Causton : Charles Darwin Research Station:
> Email causton@...
> Fernando Carvajal: FAO Ecuador.
> Email: Fernando.Carvajal@...

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