Within the context of the Canada-funded project, "Global Biosecurity Risk Analysis and Needs Assessment", UNICRI, in coordination with the Public Health Agency of Canada, produced a series of reports identifying national and regional priorities for biological security capacity building.
Focusing on three target regions, including South East Asia, the Middle East and South America, the reports are based on an analysis of relevant international needs assessment instruments and action plans, complemented by data generated through custom surveys and expert interviews.
The reports are intended to help inform the allocation of biological security resources through the Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction, the Global Health Security Agenda, and related global programmes.
Biological Security Priorities in South East Asia: An Analysis of National Needs and Regional Trends
Biological Security Priorities in South America: An Analysis of National Needs and Regional Trends
Biological Security Priorities in the Middle East: An Analysis of National Needs and Regional Trends