African Biodiversity Network (ABN)

Founding Year: 1996

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The network is committed to unearthing and implementing African solutions to African problems and building solidarity on biodiversity and community rights issues on the continent. It accompanies Africans in voicing their views on issues such as food and seed sovereignty, genetic engineering, agrofuels, biodiversity protection, extractive industries and the rights of small-holder farmers.

 

 

 

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


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