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The Gambia Standards Bureau was established by the Government of the Gambia through an Act of Parliament in 2010 called The Gambia Standards Bureau Act. The Bureau itself began operations in October 2011.The Bureau is overseen by a Board of Directors which is currently chaired by an independent private individual. Its membership is specified in the Act and is composed of representatives of Government, Consumers, Private Sector and Academia. The Board determines the overall policy and strategy of the Bureau including its finances.

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Development of Certification Schemes for Baobab and Honey

The Gambia Standards Bureau entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Large-Scale Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) project for the development of Certification Schemes for Baobab and Honey. The schemes, once completed, will specify the requirements that these forestry products need to conform to enable them penetrate the global markets.

Today's meeting was graced by technicians from relevant institutions across the country, TGSB staff and the media.


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