Implementation of the NBSAP
Mali’s Stratégie Nationale et Plan d’Actions pour la Diversité Biologique (SNPA/DB) was revised in 2014, taking into account the global framework and emphasizing biodiversity conservation as a development concept. It contains five strategic directions: i) integrate biodiversity conservation in government and civil society actions to manage the underlying causes of biodiversity loss; ii) reduce direct pressures on biodiversity and encourage sustainable use; iii) improve biodiversity status by safeguarding ecosystems, species and genetic diversity; iv) reinforce the advantages for all derived from biodiversity and the services provided by ecosystems; and v) reinforce implementation by means of participatory planning, knowledge management and capacity reinforcement... More »
Actions taken to achieve the 2020 Aichi Biodiversity Targets
Through the implementation of several projects and the election of local officials, the integration of technologies for agriculture and agroforestry in community development plans has been facilitated.
An ecological and economic assessment of resources in the Sourou Valley (Ramsar site) carried out by IUCN has contributed to a good understanding of the value of resources... More »
Support mechanisms for national implementation (legislation, funding, capacity-building, coordination, mainstreaming, etc.)
Mali adopted the Agricultural Guidelines Law in 2006.
A national biosafety framework, a law on biotechnology and a National Biosafety Committee have been established.
One the five strategic directions of new NBSAP is to reinforce implementation by means of participatory planning, knowledge management and capacity reinforcement... More »
Mechanisms for monitoring and reviewing implementation
A national committee for coordinating and monitoring CBD implementation has been established. In addition, Mali’s new Action Plan contains indicators for monitoring the achievement of each action.