Seeds Action Network International (SAN)
1985-03-12 Rome Italy
12 Mar 1985, Rome (Italy), as a global network of non-governmental organizations and individuals, a programme of U-XD5480 - International Coalition for Development Action (ICDA). Also referred to as SAN International. No longer exists.
Prevent genetic erosion in Third World countries by promoting conservation of germplasm, especially through village-level conservation and locally-adapted breeding of plants and animals; expose the role of transnational corporations; increase public control over and full exchange of genetic resources and challenge their control by agribusiness companies; group farmers, scientists, researchers and NGO activists to find, implement and adapt strategies for improving grassroots control over genetic resources at local, regional, national and international levels.
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A wide umbrella coalition of many groups that pursue their own programmes with their own capabilities, functioning as a loose, decentralized structure in which NGOs most active in the issue form regional SAN contact-points. No office, hierarchy or budget.
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