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National Reports

    Reporting
due date
  No. of
Parties
  Africa   Asia -
Pacific
  CEE   GRULAC   WEOG   No. of
Reports
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interim National Report   11 Sept. 2005   121   9 (18%)   7 (16%)   12 (52%)   9 (30%)   18 (86%)   55 (33%)
First National Report   11 Sept. 2007   141   24 (49%)   19 (44%)   16 (70%)   12 (40%)   18 (86%)   89 (54%)
Second National Report   30 Sept. 2011   161   49 (100%)   38 (88%)   21 (91%)   24 (80%)   19 (90%)   151 (91%)

Notes:

  • Last update: 28 Nov 2013
  • The numbers by region and the final column with the overall 'No of Reports' indicate the total number of reports received, as of the date of the last update, from countries that were Parties at the reporting date only. For example, the Secretariat is in receipt of 91 First National Reports but two of those were received by countries that became Parties after the reporting date.
  • The numbers in parentheses reflect the percentage of reports (in total or by region) submitted by countries which were legally obligated to submit their national reports by the reporting dates.

Second National Reports (2011)

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According to decision BS-V/14, the second regular national report is to be submitted to the Secretariat, no later than 30th September 2011, in an official language of the United Nations through the BCH.

Parties are encouraged to respond to all questions in the reporting form. Complete information is required for the establishment of baseline data for the subsequent assessment and review processes of the Protocol as well as to measure progress in the implementation of the Biosafety Strategic Plan.

Parties may first wish to download the offline reporting form to gather and organize information (step 1). It is recommended that Parties prepare their reports through a consultative process involving all relevant stakeholders, as appropriate (step 2). BCH National Focal Points should then fill out and submit the online form through the BCH (step 3).

Note: BCH National Focal Points with limited Internet access may submit the completed offline form in MS Word format directly to the Secretariat, as an attachment to an e-mail together with a scanned copy of the first signed page.

Step 1

Download offline the reporting form in in your preferred language

MS Word Document
Uncompressed files (.doc) about 700 Kb:
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Compressed files (.zip) about 200 Kb:
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Step 2

Fill out the offline reporting form through consultative process, as appropriate

Step 3
(by BCH-NFP)

Fill out and submit the
online form through the BCH
 
online form
 

Second National Report

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Key Protocol Issues and decisions

web   For an overview on Article 33 and the relevant COP-MOP Decisions, please visit the page on Monitoring and Reporting

Previous National Reports

web   Interim National Report (2005)
web   First National Report (2007)


First National Report (2007)

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Interim National Report (2005)

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Update on 2013-11-28
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