Cette publication est le rapport final du Dialogue multipartite sur l'intégration de la biodiversité dans les secteurs agricoles, qui s’est tenu à Rome du 29 au 31 mai 2018. Ce dialogue représente une première étape dans l'engagement de la FAO de servir en tant que   plate-forme d'intégration de la biodiversité d’après la décision prise au cours de la Treizième réunion de la conférence des parties à la Convention sur la diversité biologique (CDB).

La Stratégie s’applique aux activités de la FAO dans les secteurs agricoles (culture, élevage, forêts, pêche et aquaculture), lesquels tirent parti de la biodiversité, des écosystèmes et d’autres services offerts par la biodiversité et peuvent avoir une incidence sur ceux-ci.

Biodiversity is critical for safeguarding global food security, underpinning healthy and nutritious diets, improving rural livelihoods, and enhancing the resilience of people and communities.

The recent alarming findings on the threats of biodiversity loss and ecosystem degradation from FAO's 'The State of the World’s Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture' and the global assessment report of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, have put the agriculture sectors at the center of the debate on the future of the planet.

Against this background, the FAO Conference in 2017 welcomed FAO’s initiative to act as Biodiversity Mainstreaming Platform1  and requested FAO to facilitate, in collaboration with its partners, the integration of actions for the conservation, sustainable use, management and restoration of biological diversity across the agriculture sectors at national, regional and international level. 

Programme and Concept Note for the African regional multi-stakeholder dialogue on biodiversity mainstreaming across agricultural sectors held in Kigali, Rwanda, November 4-5, 2019 

The primary objective of the Consultation was to review the draft FAO Strategy on Biodiversity Mainstreaming across Agricultural Sectors, and provide FAO with regional perspective about the proposed strategy. In addition, the meeting was an opportunity to make progress in the following areas: Increase awareness about the importance of biodiversity mainstreaming across the agricultural sectors within the Region; Exchange of knowledge, experiences, and lessons learned (including gaps and challenges) on biodiversity mainstreaming among countries within the Region; Identify areas for actions across sectors and priorities at the regional and country level, including resource mobilizations and stakeholder’s engagements, in preparation for the adoption of the CBD Post-2020 global biodiversity framework that will be adopted in Kunming, China in 2020; The FAO draft report on “the state of the biodiversity for food and agriculture in the Near East and North Africa Region” will be presented and discussed at the meeting.

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