Our Partners

Working together on the implementation of the Nagoya Protocol

The Global ABS Community, in the framework of the UNDP-GEF Global ABS Project, promotes the establishment of a global cooperation framework in Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS). The project works closely with a wide range of partners and initiatives to share knowledge, experience, best practices, methodologies and tools used for the implementation of the Nagoya Protocol.

Partners

Biodiversity Finance Initiative (BIOFIN)

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Bioversity International

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Convention on Biological Diversity

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International Development Law Organization (IDLO)

IDLO is the only intergovernmental organization exclusively devoted to promoting the rule of law and sustainable development. With experience working in more than 90 countries around the world with various legal systems, their network includes thousands of trusted experts, alumni and partners. Established as an intergovernmental organization in 1988, IDLO has had United Nations Observer Status since 2001.

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United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)

UNCTAD is a permanent intergovernmental body established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1964. The organization supports developing countries to access the benefits of a globalized economy more fairly and effectively. And we help equip them to deal with the potential drawbacks of greater economic integration. To do this, we provide analysis, facilitate consensus-building, and offer technical assistance.

Collaborators

Learning for Nature

NBSAP Forum

The NBSAP Forum is a global partnership aiming to support the revision and implementation of National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plans (NBSAPs). The Secretariat of Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and UN Environment Programme (UNEP) host it in partnership. The purpose of our web portal is to support countries in finding the information they need to develop and implement effective NBSAPs. This online community of practice also connects a wide range of stakeholders who need access to timely information regarding NBSAP best practices, guidance and resources, or who wish to share their information, knowledge, support and resources. Over 5,000 members, speaking 122 languages, access the website from 190 countries on a daily basis.”