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==F2 Principles and approaches guiding capacity-building and transfer of marine technology==
 
==F2 Principles and approaches guiding capacity-building and transfer of marine technology==

Revision as of 12:54, 6 July 2017

F.1 Objectives of capacity-building and transfer of marine technology

The text would set out the objectives of capacity building and the transfer of marine technology, such as:

  • supporting the achievement of conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction;
  • strengthening human and institutional capacities; and
  • developing marine scientific and technological capacities of States.

The special requirements of developing countries would be recognized.


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F2 Principles and approaches guiding capacity-building and transfer of marine technology

The text would set out principles and approaches guiding capacity-building and the transfer of marine technology, such as:

  • being country-driven;
  • being responsive to periodically assessed needs and priorities of developing countries;
  • being long-term and sustainable;
  • resulting in co-benefits for providers and recipients;
  • international cooperation;
  • involving participation of all stakeholders, including from the private sector; and
  • preferential treatment for developing countries.


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F.3 Types of and modalities for capacity-building and transfer of marine technology

Drawing on existing instruments, the text could include an indicative, non-exhaustive, list, which could be developed at a later stage, of broad categories of types of capacity-building and transfer of marine technology as well as modalities.


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F.4 Clearing-house mechanism

The text would set out the modalities and functions of a clearing-house mechanism with regard to capacity-building and the transfer of marine technology.


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F.5 Funding

The text would recognize the need for sustainable funding for capacity-building and transfer of marine technology.


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F.6 Monitoring, review and follow-up

The text would set out modalities for monitoring and review to assess the effectiveness of capacity-building and transfer of marine technology activities, and required follow-up action.


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