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Participatory Guarantee System (PGS)
An Approach for Organic Quality Management
What?
Why?
How?
Tu Thi Tuyet Nhung
Vietn...
What?
 Participatory Guarantee Systems (PGS)
is quality assurance initiatives
 It emphasize the participation of
stakeho...
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 MARD issued a national standards for organic
production and processing (TCN10-2006), but no
certification system for o...
Key Elements of the PGS System
Farm Family
Producer Group
Inter - Group
Coordination
Group
The size of the boxes is propor...
System in PGS
 Organization, people, rules, a mechanism test,
verification tools and methodologies for non-
compliance
 ...
PGS guarantee Organic quality (group)
 Participation and Cross check are the
essential and dynamic of PGSs.
 Farmers joi...
PGS guarantee quality (Inter-Group)
 Inter-group responsible for the day-to-day
activities of groups be long to
 Coordin...
PGS guarantee quality
(Coordination Committee-PGS.CC)
 PGS.CC who will be selected at the annual general
meeting for a te...
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Develop Market
It is very important factor to motivate production
 Link producer groups to retailers/traders
Organize...
10
Organic supply chain in Hanoi
 Growing interest in organic vegetable among consumers 
Increase the volume of sale
- 2...
11
Outputs of the PGS
 PGS significantly raised the awareness and capacity of
farmers and stakeholders on food safety iss...
1212
Constraints
 PGS is still has not yet recognized by government
even it has showed many advantages for
enhancing smal...
13
Inspection activity of farmers
14
Check record keeping
3 March, 2013Tu Thi Tuyet Nhung - PGS/VOAA 15
Field visit
3 March, 2013Tu Thi Tuyet Nhung - PGS/VOAA 16
Taking note and fulfill the forms
3 March, 2013Tu Thi Tuyet Nhung - PGS/VOAA 17
Quick test
PGS = Direct Local Market
Weekend Market
Home delivery
Retail shop
Board sign to shop
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PGS Organic vegetable at Bac Tom shop
PGS in Agroviet fair 2014
Organize tour for consumers
Tour of pupils
Tour of kids
PGS Hoi An
A pilot of CASP II (IFOAM-ADB)
3 March, 2013 25
Thank you!
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Presentation of Tu Thi Tuyet Nhung, from ADB/IFOAM, on Participatory Guarantee Systems. The presentation was prepared and delivered in occasion of the Regional Symposium on Agroecology in Asia and the Pacific, held in Bangkok, Senegal on 24-26 November 2015.

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Participatory Guarantee System (PGS) An Approach for Organic Quality Management

  1. 1. 1 Participatory Guarantee System (PGS) An Approach for Organic Quality Management What? Why? How? Tu Thi Tuyet Nhung Vietnam PGS President National Consultant TA8163 IFOAM-ADB Prj
  2. 2. What?  Participatory Guarantee Systems (PGS) is quality assurance initiatives  It emphasize the participation of stakeholders, including producers and consumers a long supply chain  It operate outside the frame of third party certification but the same process  It is for small scale farmer and relevant for local markets
  3. 3. 3  MARD issued a national standards for organic production and processing (TCN10-2006), but no certification system for organic  Consumers lose their trust in “clean/safe” products and lack knowledge of qualities organic products  IFOAM adopted the PGS (2004) as a guarantee system for small holders to help them sell organic products in local markets.  In 2008, Stakeholders agreed to set up PGS for organic farmers selling products under the ADDA prj (ADDA-VNFU prj 2005-2012) Why PGS in Vietnam
  4. 4. Key Elements of the PGS System Farm Family Producer Group Inter - Group Coordination Group The size of the boxes is proportionate to the level of responsibility in PGS certification. Farmers Consumers Local Organization (FU, WU, NGOs, …) Traders Gov agency Scientist .....
  5. 5. System in PGS  Organization, people, rules, a mechanism test, verification tools and methodologies for non- compliance  Management systems are documented with forms, databases, signs and labels  Farmers are organized into groups voluntarily  Inter-group make linkage between the local producer groups create a network  Coordination Group responsibility for overall governance regards to the integrity of the system and the PGS standards
  6. 6. PGS guarantee Organic quality (group)  Participation and Cross check are the essential and dynamic of PGSs.  Farmers join in groups, attending training and sign pledge complying PGS rules and standards  Farmers with stakeholders are involved directly in monitoring, auditing and making decision  Non-compliance of Individual means all group has been dealt with violence.
  7. 7. PGS guarantee quality (Inter-Group)  Inter-group responsible for the day-to-day activities of groups be long to  Coordinate monitoring acts and peer review among groups regularly and randomly  Review inspection report and decide who will be certified or the actions to address non-compliance issues  Random sampling for residue testing and has right to dealt with group’s violations  Maintain monthly meeting to support and solve problems timely
  8. 8. PGS guarantee quality (Coordination Committee-PGS.CC)  PGS.CC who will be selected at the annual general meeting for a term of two years take responsibility for the intergrity of overall system  Coordination Committee include the volunteer members have capacity and technical knowlede.  In order to protect the PGS seal the Coordination Group will have the right to check the internal workings of both the Producer and Inter-Groups  PGS.CC will also issue the certificates and have the right to withhold certification  Suspension of whole inter-group if repeated violation threatening the PGS integrity
  9. 9. 9 Develop Market It is very important factor to motivate production  Link producer groups to retailers/traders Organize talk show/workshop/social marketing campaign, fairs, media… to Increase awareness among consumers/people  increased demand Develop supply chain of organic vegetable: Organic PGS products sell through different channel: Special shop, home delivery, online… Organize tours of consumers/students/school for sharing and learning on organic farming
  10. 10. 10 Organic supply chain in Hanoi  Growing interest in organic vegetable among consumers  Increase the volume of sale - 2009: 8 -10 tons/month with 7,6 ha of 11 FGs - 2012- 2013: 20 – 25 tons/month - 2014: 328 tons (27 tons/month) - 2015: 220 tons/6 months with 26,8 ha/41 FGs  More retailers seeking organic products, register as PGS member and pay fee to run PGS - 2009: 4 retailers - 2013: 9 retailers with > 25 outlets - 2014: 12 retailers with 35 outlets in Hanoi city - 2015: 9 retailers with 45 outlets  PGS operating a long supply chain to ensure quality from farm to table. Checking shops/agencies by volunteers
  11. 11. 11 Outputs of the PGS  PGS significantly raised the awareness and capacity of farmers and stakeholders on food safety issue  Created grass root networks where farmer show up their responsibility for community and securing food safety  Sharing responsibilities and benefits between trader and farmer of monitoring and quality guarantee a long product chain (pay fee)  An effective guarantee with low cost for small farmer as well as for people meet to share and learn  Not only increase income per month (50-100%) but also improve relationship among community  More provinces are interest and adopt PGS (Hoi An city, Ben Tre province, Ho Chi Minh city)
  12. 12. 1212 Constraints  PGS is still has not yet recognized by government even it has showed many advantages for enhancing small-scale production.  AGS is not business Not many people know including government  PGS has not yet to receive support from government as a local market guarantee.  Limited consumer awareness of PGS/organic  Difficulty in scaling-up PGS if its without support from government for land policy.
  13. 13. 13 Inspection activity of farmers
  14. 14. 14 Check record keeping
  15. 15. 3 March, 2013Tu Thi Tuyet Nhung - PGS/VOAA 15 Field visit
  16. 16. 3 March, 2013Tu Thi Tuyet Nhung - PGS/VOAA 16 Taking note and fulfill the forms
  17. 17. 3 March, 2013Tu Thi Tuyet Nhung - PGS/VOAA 17 Quick test
  18. 18. PGS = Direct Local Market Weekend Market Home delivery Retail shop Board sign to shop
  19. 19. 19 PGS Organic vegetable at Bac Tom shop
  20. 20. PGS in Agroviet fair 2014
  21. 21. Organize tour for consumers
  22. 22. Tour of pupils
  23. 23. Tour of kids
  24. 24. PGS Hoi An A pilot of CASP II (IFOAM-ADB)
  25. 25. 3 March, 2013 25
  26. 26. Thank you!

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