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 Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit voluptatem accusantium doloremque laudantium, totam rem aperiam, eaque ipsa quaeCompiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss. Compiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss.Compiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss.

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 Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit voluptatem accusantium doloremque laudantium, totam rem aperiam, eaque ipsa quaeCompiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss. Compiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss.Compiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss.

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 Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit voluptatem accusantium doloremque laudantium, totam rem aperiam, eaque ipsa quaeCompiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss. Compiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss.Compiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss.

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 Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit voluptatem accusantium doloremque laudantium, totam rem aperiam, eaque ipsa quaeCompiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss. Compiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss.Compiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss.

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 Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit voluptatem accusantium doloremque laudantium, totam rem aperiam, eaque ipsa quaeCompiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss. Compiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss.Compiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss.

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 Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit voluptatem accusantium doloremque laudantium, totam rem aperiam, eaque ipsa quaeCompiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss. Compiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss.Compiled by Bioversity International, the Agrobiodiversity Index equips food system actors, such as governments, companies and investors, with the data needed to assess and respond to six risks that low agrobiodiversity poses to food and agriculture, namely malnutrition, poverty, climate change and variability, land degradation, pests and diseases, and biodiversity loss.

Awareness

Details of celebrations/Awareness Programmes/Training Programmes carried out by the SBB during 2018-19 (List)

S. No

Date

Programme Details

Venue

No.of Participants

1.        

26.04.2018

One day interactive Workshop to BMCs DBCs and TSG Members on Preparation of PBRs under NBA Grants

 Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur

117

2.        

22.05.2018

International Day for Biological Diversity 2018 ( IDB)

RISE Engineering College, Ongole

500

3.        

20.06.2018

BMC Awareness Programme

Udayagiri, Nellore District

190

4.        

22.06.2018

BMC Awareness Programme

Venkatagiri, Nollore

110

5.        

29.06.2018

District Level Workshop

Zilla Parished Meeting Hall,

Nellore

240

6.        

10.07.2018

BMC Awareness Programme

Jangareddigudem

135

7.        

13.07.2018

Awareness Programme

Bhimavaram, West Godavari District

85

8.        

20.07.2018

Interactive Dialogues with sector specific Industries ( Ayurveda, Pharma, Botanical, Cosmotics) on Filling of ABS Application

 

44

9.        

27.07.2018

District Level Awareness Programme

Collector Conference Hall, Eluru

240

10.   

21.08.2018

District Level Awareness Programme

Collector Conference Hall, Kakinada.

180

11.   

25.08.2018

BMC’s  Awareness Programme

Noble ITI College, Tuni

110

12.   

28.08.2018

Interactive Dialogue with Sector Industries (Ayurveda, Pharma, Botanical, Cosmotics) on Filling of ABS Application

lions club Meeting Hall, Vishakhapatnam

30

13.   

30.08.2018

BMC’s Awareness Programme

ITDA, Parvathipuram, Vizianagaram

130

14.   

11.10.2018

District Level Awareness Programme

Vizianagaram

145

15.   

16.10.2018

Visit of High Level Committee from MoEF & CC and NBA to Review the performance of BMC’s

M.Kothur, Chittoor

48

16.   

23.10.2018

BMC’s Awareness Programme

Badvel, Kadapa

163

17.   

27.10.2018

District Level Awareness Programme

Sabha Bhavan, YSR Kadapa

260

18.   

12.12.2018

Awareness programme to the Member of the BMC’s on Concepts of Biodiversity, Biological Diversity Act and Access Benefit Sharing Mechanism 

Acharya Nagarjuna University Guntur.

65

19.   

30.01.2019

Workshop on State Biodiversity Strategy & Action Plan (SBSAP)

Hotel Manor Plaza, Vijayawada

45

20.   

12.03.2019

Training & Capacity Building to Traditional Knowledge Holders

Vishakhapatnam

125

Details of celebrations/Awareness Programmes/Training Programmes carried out by the SBB during 2019-20 (List)

S. No

Date

Programme Details

Venue

No.of Participants

1.        

22.05.2019

International Day for Biological Diversity 2019 ( IDB)

Haritha Berm Park, Bhavanipuram Vijayawada

220

2.        

25.06.2019

Awareness programme biological Act, 2002 and AP state Biodiversity Rules, 2009 And Implementation of red sanders conservation and protection of ABS Mechanism

Tirupati, Chittoor District.

80