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Progress in the implementation of the Global Plan of Action for Animal Genetic Resources is monitored using two types of indicator:

  • “Process indicators” are used to describe the extent to which the actions set out in the Global Plan of Action have been implemented.
  • “Resource indicators” are used to describe the state of animal genetic diversity itself and therefore the impact of the Global Plan of Action.

Detailed information on the indicators is provided in the document Targets and indicators for animal genetic resources.


The indicators contribute the measurement of progress towards Targets 4 (sustainable production and consumption), 7 (sustainable management of agriculture, aquaculture and forestry) and 13 (maintenance of genetic diversity) of the Aichi Targets adopted as part of the Convention on Biological Diversity’s Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020.

 

Process indicators


Process indicators have been developed for each of the four strategic priority areas of the Global Plan of Action, as well as for collaboration and funding. In addition, process indicators have been developed for each of the 13 individual strategic priorities for action that are mainly intended for implementation at national level.
In 2012, countries prepared progress reports on their implementation of the Global Plan of Action. The process indicators were calculated based on the data provided in these reports and were published in the Synthesis progress report on the implementation of the Global Plan of Action for Animal Genetic Resources – 2012.

 

A set of three posters summarizing the process indicators was also prepared.


Countries Country
progress
reports

(in English, French
or Spanish)
National strategies
and action plans

(in original language)
Albania pdf file  
Algeria pdf file  
Argentina pdf file  
Armenia   pdf file
Austria pdf file pdf file
Azerbaijan pdf file  
Bhutan pdf file  
Bolivia (Plurinational State of) pdf file  
Botswana pdf file  
Brazil pdf file pdf file
Bulgaria pdf file  
Burundi pdf file  
Cameroon pdf file  
Canada pdf file  
Central African Republic pdf file  
Chile pdf file  
China pdf file pdf file
Colombia pdf file pdf file
Cook Islands pdf file  
Costa Rica pdf file  
Côte d'Ivoire pdf file  
Croatia pdf file pdf file
Cyprus pdf file  
Czech Republic pdf file pdf file
Democratic Republic of the Congo pdf file  
Denmark pdf file pdf file
Ecuador pdf file  
Egypt pdf file  
El Salvador pdf file  
Ethiopia pdf file  
Finland pdf file pdf file
France pdf file  
Gabon pdf file  
Germany pdf file pdf file
Ghana pdf file  
Greece pdf file  
Guatemala pdf file  
Guinea pdf file  
Hungary pdf file  
Iceland pdf file  
Iraq pdf file  
Ireland pdf file  
Italy pdf file pdf file
Jamaica pdf file  
Jordan pdf file  
Kenya pdf file  
Kuwait pdf file  
Latvia pdf file  
Lebanon pdf file  
Luxembourg pdf file  
Madagascar pdf file  
Malaysia pdf file  
Mexico pdf file  
Mongolia pdf file pdf file
Montenegro pdf file pdf file
Nepal pdf file  
Netherlands pdf file  
New Zealand pdf file  
Nigeria pdf file  
Niue pdf file  
Norway pdf file pdf file
Paraguay pdf file  
Philippines pdf file  
Poland

pdf file

 
Portugal pdf file  
Republic of Korea pdf file  
Rwanda pdf file  
Senegal pdf file  
Serbia pdf file  
Sierra Leone pdf file  
Slovakia pdf file  
Slovenia pdf file pdf file
Spain pdf file pdf file
Sri Lanka pdf file  
Suriname pdf file  
Sweden pdf file pdf file
Switzerland pdf file  
Thailand pdf file pdf file
Togo pdf file  
Turkey pdf file  
Ukraine pdf file  
United Kingdom pdf file pdf file
United States of America pdf file  
Uruguay pdf file  
Viet Nam pdf file  
Zimbabwe pdf file  

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Resource indicators


In 2013, the Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture agreed to the use of the following set of resource indicators:

  • the number of locally adapted breeds;
  • the proportion of the total population accounted for by locally adapted and exotic breeds; and
  • the number of breeds classified as at risk, not at risk and unknown.

These indicators will be calculated at national, regional and global levels for a set of the most economically important livestock species using data entered by countries into the Domestic Animal Diversity Information System (DAD-IS). They will be included in future status and trends reports on animal genetic resources (see previous reports: 2008, 2010, 2012).

 

The resource indicators were developed by FAO as part of the Biodiversity Indicators Partnership (a global initiative that works to promote and coordinate development and delivery of biodiversity indicators in support of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Multilateral Environmental Agreements, the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, national and regional governments, and a range of other sectors) to serve as indicators of the “genetic diversity of terrestrial domesticated animals” under the CBD headline indicator “Trends in genetic diversity of terrestrial domesticated animals, cultivated plants, and fish species of major socioeconomic importance.”

 

Further information on the development of the resource indicators can be found in the following documents: