The main beneficiaries of the action will be livestock owners in target countries, especially those who rely on livestock production for their livelihoods, and members of breeders' associations. Other beneficiaries will be technical staff and decision makers of national, regional and continental institutions and research centres involved in policy development, design of intervention strategies and support tools, and implementation of specific activities. Indirect beneficiaries will be local communities benefitting from biodiversity conservation measures. The exhaustive list of beneficiaries and their quantification, disaggregated per gender, will be finalized during the inception phase of the action.
Member States receive ICT infrastructure to facilitate data capture and analysis on Animal Genetic Resources
Animal genetic resources taxonomy advisory group (AnGR-TAG) write shop for the development of revised and harmonized characterization, inventory and m
Expert consultation on the movement and exchange of animal genetic materials and implementation of the Nagoya protocol on ABS in Africa