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Member States commit to emphasize the need for enhanced capacity-building for sustainable-development and for the strengthening of technical and scientific cooperation, to call for the implementation of the Bali Strategic Plan for Technology Support and Capacity-building, adopted by UNEP and to invite relevant agencies of the UN system and other international organizations to support developing countries, especially least developed countries in capacity-building for developing resource-efficient and inclusive economies.
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JPOI Chapters 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, The JPOI called for enhancing and accelerating human, institutional and infrastructure capacity building initiatives and for assisting developing countries in building capacity to access a larger share of multilateral and global research and development programmes. The Commission also encourages Governments at all levels to share experiences with and support innovative capacity-building programmes which feature greater public access to information, and broad participation, including by the private sector, at national and local levels and invites the United Nations Development Programme, in cooperation with other relevant bodies, to promote the exchange and dissemination of information on successful capacity-building efforts and to make information available, as appropriate, to future sessions of the Commission.
The GA 19th Special Session acknowledges the importance, in paragraph 98, of "renewed commitment and support from the international community to national efforts for capacity-building in developing countries and countries with economies in transition". The GA also identifies, in paragraph 99, the role of the United Nations Development Programme, in giving "priority attention to building capacity for the elaboration of sustainable development strategies based on participatory approaches.
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Agenda 21 Chapter Agricultural biotechnology holds a unique position in formulating food and trade policies due to its conflicting aspects: its potential to improve food security especially in developing countries, and the intense debates over its risks and unknown impacts on human health and the environment.
Agricultural biotechnology, nevertheless, has been widely utilized to help enhance food security with its extensive applications. The technology is knowledge-resource intensive, therefore reinforcing a gap between developed and developing countries. Developing countries that wish to benefit the technology should build sufficient capacity.
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The current study intends to review the concepts of capacity building in agricultural biotechnology, and identify areas frequently considered in need of capacity building; coordinating partnerships, making financial commitment, setting priorities, establishing a regulatory system, and building public awareness. While each area has its own territory, they juxtapose on one another to some extends, which can act as a virtuous or vicious cycle to facilitate or obstruct capacity building. Programs for successful capacity building in agricultural biotechnology should consider this nature.
This is exactly what Open Access Journals provide and this is the reason why I support this endeavor. Open Access publishing is therefore of utmost importance for wider dissemination of information, and will help serving the best interest of the scientific community. They offer accessible information to a wide variety of individuals, including physicians, medical students, clinical investigators, and the general public. They are an outstanding source of medical and scientific information.
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Indeed, the research articles span a wide range of area and of high quality. This is specially a must for researchers belonging to institutions with limited library facility and funding to subscribe scientific journals. They provide easy access to the latest research on a wide variety of issues. Relevant and timely articles are made available in a fraction of the time taken by more conventional publishers. Articles are of uniformly high quality and written by the world's leading authorities.
Open access journals are very helpful for students, researchers and the general public including people from institutions which do not have library or cannot afford to subscribe scientific journals. It is through the educational blending of these three knowledge bases that a coherent, technically competent and developmentally focused programme can be delivered, as indicated in the diagram below:.
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The experience and skills of ICE WaRM, and more importantly those of our partners, are targeted at addressing energy, water and food security, particularly through the advancement of gender equity and robust monitoring and evaluation of activities. In developing capacity building programmes, considerable effort is invested into updating and maintaining an understanding of the current water-related environment, and defining practical pathways from this to a realistic target outcome as a result of efforts in capacity building. For example, the current environment in the South Asia region in the area of water resources management will be advanced by trust rather than resorting to legal courses of action early on in a process.