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All parties to the global Convention on Biological Diversity are revising their national biodiversity strategy and action plans (NBSAPs).
This Darwin Initiative-funded project is making sure poverty alleviation is included in the strategies and plans in four developing countries: Botswana, Uganda, Namibia and the Seychelles.
The NBSAPs 2.0 project aims to guide the revision process and build African leadership in biodiversity mainstreaming. Working in collaboration with the UNEP-World Conservation Monitoring Centre, the project builds capacity for biodiversity mainstreaming, develops tools, provides technical support and shares learning.
More details: www.iied.org/nbsaps.