Samoa: the Biocultural Community Protocols of Aopo village and Faleseela village

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Samoa became party of the Nagoya Protocol in 2014. Since 2017, the UNDP- GEF Global ABS Project is being implemented in Samoa in partnership with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Samoa, the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme – SPREP and the Scientific Research Organisation of Samoa, in collaboration with other key stakeholders.

Under the implementation of the UNDP-GEF Global ABS Project, Samoa recently launched 2 Biocultural Community Protocols (BCPs) of the local communities of Aopo village and Faleseela village.

The project in Samoa shares through the Global ABS Community the following BCPs in English and Samoan:

Access here the Faleseela Biocultural Community Protocol in English.

Access here the Faleseela Biocultural Community Protocol in Samoan.

Access here the Aopo Biocultural Community Protocol in English.

Access here the Aopo Biocultural Community Protocol in Samoan.

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Agustina Rato

Agustina Rato

Web Content and Communications Officer, UNDP – GEF Global ABS Project / United Nations Volunteer Component.

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