Caribbean Basin: Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   C12022-0003

With international funding to develop and implement biosafety regulatory systems drying up in 2019, Caribbean biosafety regulatory efforts remain in idle mode. The region is seeking further funding from the United Nations Environmental Program/Global Environment Program to jump-start activities geared toward having fully functional biosafety frameworks in a dozen Caribbean countries.

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