Friday, October 23, 2020

Objective: To protect the biological diversity from the potential risks posed by living modified organisms resulting from modern biotechnology

Date adopted:                        29th January 2000

Kenya signed:                        15th May 2000

Date entered into force:      11th September 2003

Date Kenya ratified:            24th January 2002

Government obligation: To put in place the legal, policy and institutional framework for the implementation of the protocol and to establish competent authorities to act as focal points for the protocol and serve as the bio-safety clearing house

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