Presentation on theme: "State of the World’s Animal Genetic Resources Progress report on the State of the World’s Animal Genetic Resources Animal Genetic Resources Group FAO "— Presentation transcript:
State of the World’s Animal Genetic Resources Progress report on the State of the World’s Animal Genetic Resources Animal Genetic Resources Group FAO Progress in the State of the World 10th Regular Session of the Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture Activities in 2005, 2006 and 2007
State of the World’s Animal Genetic Resources Country Reports
State of the World’s Animal Genetic Resources Expenditures 2001-2004 Table 2: Expenditures for the State of the World Process Regular Programme and Extra-Budgetary Resources, 2001 – 2004 ComponentPeriodUS $ Regular Programme Extra- Budgetary   Total Regional Training Workshops2001-2002210 000575 000785 000 Technical and financial support to countries for preparation of Country Reports 2001-2004980 000416 0001 396 000 Sub-regional follow-up workshops to advance preparation of Country Reports 2002-2003252 00083 000335 000 Sub-regional technical seminars for discussion of national and regional priorities for action 2003-2004339 00040 000379 000 Thematic studies to complement process2002-200435 000140 000175 000 Preparations for the third Session of the Working Group 2003-2004220 000 Global Workshop of National Coordinators 2004120 000 Third Session of Working Group (meeting costs) 2004100 000 Global Focal Point operations (staff costs)2001-20042 340 000400 0002 740 000 Analysis of Country Reports2004160 000 Preparation – first draft of the Report on Strategic Priorities for Action 200450 000 100 000 Preparation of documents for the Tenth Session of the Commission 200420 00030 00050 000 Total Expenditures 2001-20044 706 0001 854 0006 560 000  Extra-budgetary resources were provided by the Governments of Finland, The Netherlands, Norway and France, the Nordic Gene Bank/Farm Animals, the FAO-Netherlands Partnership Programme, and the German Gesellscr Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ).
2004 – Jan-Dec Analysis of Country Reports December Submission Deadline Country Reports and Reports from Organizations Global Workshop – National Coordinators AnGR – Identification of Strategic Priorities 2004 – Jan-May Completion of Draft Strategic Priorities Report 2004 Tenth Session of the Commission Consider Strategic Priorities for Action Report Endorse Revised SoW Process and Report Outline Endorse Regional Consultations Establish Follow-up Mechanism
State of the World’s Animal Genetic Resources 2005 Jan-June Regional Consultations Review of the Strategic Priorities for Action Report Continue Operation of the Follow-up Mechanism Identification of Regional Priorities 2005 June-Dec Preparation of the first Draft SoW-AnGR based on Country Reports and Regional Consultations
State of the World’s Animal Genetic Resources 2006 4 TH Session ITWG-AnGR Review first draft SoW-AnGR Review Operation of the Follow-up Mechanism Prepare draft Agenda for Technical Conference 2006 Eleventh Regular Session of the Commission Review first draft SoW-AnGR Adopt Agenda for first Technical Conference for AnGR Review Operation of the Follow-up Mechanism
to Complete the Process Major Tasks to Complete the Process complete the CRs; prepare the Draft Report on Strategic Priorities for Action; complete thematic studies; prepare for and, undertake the regional consultations; review the first draft of the first Report on the SoW-AnGR
Follow up Mechanism mobilization of financial resources providing support in project design, development and submission to relevant funding agencies enhancing the understanding of animal genetic resources roles and values and their contribution to food and agriculture
State of the World’s Animal Genetic Resources Follow up Mechanism Immediate outputs: A funding strategy for implementation of Strategic Priorities for Action for animal genetic resources. A portfolio of projects to address immediate priority needs identified in Country Reports and in the draft Report on Strategic Priorities for Action. A website with information on potential donors, their requirements and procedures, ongoing projects and projects in the pipeline, and sample project proposals. Global and regional communication strategies on animal genetic resources. Communications products (videos, leaflets, posters, and CDs) describing the roles, functions and values of animal genetic resources.
Country priorities Capacity building (conservation, utilization) Institutional strengthening Networking and information (nat & reg) National AnGR management plan Animal breeding plans Characterization of local breeds Development of local breeds Gene banks Legislation (development and harmonization) Access and benefit sharing, intelectual property
State of the World’s Animal Genetic Resources Main threats to AnGR Failure to synchronize genetic resources to the production environment Inadequate infrastructure for improvement of AnGR Limited capacity to develop ex situ collections Inadequate institutional capacity to manage AnGR