Botanic Garden Networks in Africa

The African Botanic Garden Network (ABGN) was established in 2002 to promote and support the work of botanical gardens and associated institutions through education, conservation and sustainable use of plants for development, poverty alleviation and halting biodiversity loss. The network has become largely inactive however it is clear that there is the appetite for, and a need to, revive the network. In collaboration with the JBF network (Jardins Botaniques de France et des pays Francophones) and the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI), BGCI is therefore working to re-establish ABGN.

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