African Biodiversity Network (ABN)

Founding Year: 1996



It is an African network of individuals and organizations seeking African solutions to the ecological and socio-economic challenges that face the continent. These problems are related to biodiversity and community rights issues. They aim to nurture an African network of individuals, communities, and organizations, increasingly rooted in their own biological, cultural and spiritual diversity; governing their own lives and livelihoods; with the ability to resist harmful developments and influence laws and practices that respect the rights of people and Nature.



African Biodiversity Network (ABN) contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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