||Related Strategic Goals/Aichi Targets
||By 2025, human and institutional capacity for science and technology related to biodiversity is
||By 2025, traditional knowledge, innovations and practices of local communities are respected and harnessed in line with national and international legislation.
||By 2025, at least 50% of the Malawi population is aware of the values of biodiversity to ensure its
conservation and sustainable use.
||By 2025, biodiversity values are integrated into national, sectoral and local development policies and
||By 2025, sustainable financing mechanisms for effective implementation of biodiversity programs
||By 2025, at least 50% of the degraded terrestrial habitats are restored and protected.
||By 2025, aquatic biodiversity is managed and harvested sustainably within safe ecological limits.
||By 2025, area under forest cover is increased by 4% and managed sustainably, ensuring conservation of
||By 2025, invasive alien species and their pathways are identified and prioritized for control and
prevention from movement and spreading in and out of the country.
||By 2025, pollution is reduced to minimize ecosystem degradation and biodiversity loss.
||By 2025, anthropogenic pressures on vulnerable ecosystems are minimized, thereby improving
ecosystems resilience to climate change.
||By 2025, the extinction of known threatened species is prevented and their conservation status is
improved and sustained.
||By 2025, the genetic diversity of wild domesticated plants, and animals is maintained and safeguarded.
||By 2025, the level of protection on safe handling, transfer and use of living modified organisms resulting
from modern biotechnology that may have adverse impacts on biodiversity is strengthened, taking onto
account risks to human health.
||By 2025, the supply of important ecosystems services is safeguarded and restored, taking into account gender roles and responsibilities of the poor and the vulnerable.
||By 2025, access to genetic resources and associated traditional knowledge is regulated and benefits arising from utilization of the resources and associated traditional knowledge are shared in a fair
and equitable manner.