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BioNET LOOPs (Locally Organised and Operated Partnerships)
LOOPs are Technical Cooperation Networks of institutions and individuals that either use or provide taxonomic expertise, information and resources. Their goal is to help build taxonomic capacity to enable developing countries to achieve sustainable development.

Established LOOPs
Caribbean (CARINET), Northern, East, West and southern Africa (NAFRINET, EAFRINET, WAFRINET and SAFRINET respectively), South East Asia (ASEANET), East Asia (EASIANET), the Andean Countries (AndinoNET) the South Pacific (PACINET) and Europe (EuroLOOP).

Proposed LOOPs awaiting government endorsements: South Asia (SACNET: Homepage | Founding workshop) and Mesoamerica (MESOAMERINET).

How to establish a LOOP
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