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The Executive Agency for Health and Consumers (formerly the Public Health Executive Agency) was created to support implementation of EU Public Health Programme (PHP) and its lifetime is planned till 31 December 2015. Its tasks include actions in the field of consumer protection and training for safer food.
The Agency provides professional service and works closely with Directorate General for Health and Consumers (DG SANCO). The EAHC manages relations with some 2200 beneficiaries involved (...)