Implementing access and benefit sharing in eight countries
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Vernooy, R.; Halewood, M.; Lopez Noriega, I.; Otieno, G.; Lapena, I.; Vodohue, R.; Bessette, G. (2016) Implementing access and benefit sharing in eight countries. Farming Matters. Special Issue, April 2016. p. 38-42 ISSN: 2210-6499
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Since 2012, national teams in eight countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America have been identifying options for policy, legal and administrative mechanisms for the implementation of the multilateral system of access and benefit sharing (MLS) for plant genetic resources. This article summarises if and how access and benefit sharing has been strengthened in the eight countries, and to what extent this has benefited family farmers.
SubjectsFARMERS; PLANT GENETIC RESOURCES; INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS; POLICIES; NATIONAL PLANNING; GENE BANKS; COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT;
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