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The NBSAP Forum contains an extensive library of best practices related to developing and implementing NBSAPs. Our purpose is to enable countries to share and learn about effective, field-tested techniques and solutions. We work closely with our members to document the problem addressed, for whom, the primary actions, how they achieved results, and the solution they achieved. Search for or submit your best pratice here.

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    Iraq National Biodiversity Strategy And Action Plan (2015 - 2020) - First Draft

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    Iraq is developing its first National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (NBSAP) for the period (2015-2020), to overcome the main problems that the biodiversity in Iraq is facing, and to comply to one of its obligations towards the Convention on Biological Diversity. The National Targets in the NBSAP, have been linked to the Global Strategy on Biodiverity 2011-2020 and its Aichi Targets.The preparation process of the strategy included an intensive consultations with stakeholders.

    Seychelles NBSAP 2 Now Aichi Aligned

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    This new version of the Seychelles National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan 2015-2020 (NBSAP-2) has been prepared through an extended process of stakeholder consultation and approval undertaken during 2013 and 2014. It incorporates peer review comments on an earlier version and has been completed reworked to an Aichi-alignment (see another thread on this site documenting Seychelles' response to the peer review process in more detail).

    This new version is submitted for a second round of peer review.

    Ethiopia National Biodiversity Strategy And Action Plan

    This Strategy has been prepared in accordance with the guideline for updating NBSAP and contains eight parts.

    Chapter 1 introduces the country. It describes variable physio-geographic and climatic features and also population and economy of the country.

    Chapter 2 provides an overview of the biodiversity resource base of the country, namely: the ecosystems, plant, animal, microbial and cultural diversity. It also describes the protected area systems and presents summary of major factors affecting the biodiversity resource base of the country.

    Ghana National Biodiversity Strategy And Action Plan

    Ghana's NBSAP has been divided into two main sections. The first section provides basic information on the state and trends of Ghanaian biodiversity. The second section presents a matrix of Aichi Global Goals, National Strategy, National Targets, Actions, Actors and Estimated Costs.

    Philippine Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan 2015-2028

    The PBSAP covers seven major chapters with Chapter 1 providing an overview on the status and trends of Philippine biodiversity.

    Chapter 2 describes how the PBSAP is anchored in the Philippine Development Plan (PDP). While the PDP adopts the framework for inclusive growth, the PBSAP articulates the same direction of pursuing economic growth while protecting the environment. This emphasizes that people are at the core of conservation, protection and rehabilitation, and developmental initiatives.

    Philippine Biodiversity Strategy And Action Plan 2015-2028

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    The PBSAP covers seven major chapters with Chapter 1 providing an overview on the status and trends of Philippine biodiversity.

    Chapter 2 describes how the PBSAP is anchored in the Philippine Development Plan (PDP). While the PDP adopts the framework for inclusive growth, the PBSAP articulates the same direction of pursuing economic growth while protecting the environment. This emphasizes that people are at the core of conservation, protection and rehabilitation, and developmental initiatives.

    Seychelles NBSAP: Issues In Aichi Alignment

    This document analyses Seychelles' experience with the NBSAP peer review process and issues arising in terms of aligning the NBSAP to Aichi targets. While this seems a good thing to do in terms of making reporting to international conventions easier, and also in aligning with the BIOFIN format, it is not without its problems. Primary among these are the fact that national strategic documents are normally aligned by sectors, not Aichi targets, so an Aichi-aligned NBSAP diverges from the way that Government wants to see things arranged.