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Session 3: Strategies and Approaches for Integrating Biosafety into Development Planning, Financing and Implementation Processes

Online conference: 19 January to 6 February 2009

Introduction - Suggested readings

Some of the questions that might guide the discussions include the following:

  1. What specific tools, processes and mechanisms have been used or could be used by governments to integrate biosafety considerations into national development plans and programmes?
  2. How could biosafety be integrated in the policies, procedures and programmes of development assistance agencies?
  3. What additional tools could be developed to assist in designing mainstreaming interventions which are likely to be more effective and have the desired impact?
  4. What indicators could be used to monitor progress and evaluate the success of mainstreaming biosafety into national development plans and processes?
  5. What are some of the possible entry points for integrating biosafety into national development plans?

List of interventions

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