Fifth National Report on the Implementation of Convention on Biological Diversity in MOZAMBIQUE
Adopted in May 1992 by 156 countries, the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) aims to promote the conservation of biological diversity; sustainable use of its components and equitable sharing in the use of genetic resources. Mozambique ratified the CBD in August 1994, through Resolution 2/94 of 24 August. Under Article 6 of the CBD, Parties are encouraged to develop a National Strategy and Action Plan for the Conservation of Biodiversity (NBSAP), a document that works as the global and national framework for implementing the Convention's objectives, the promotion of conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity.
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