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Kuching: Wednesday, 20th March 2019 marks a milestone for Sarawak Biodiversity Centre (SBC) as it officially seals Benefit Sharing Agreements (BSA) with five indigenous communities under the Sarawak Biodiversity Centre Ordinance, 1997. Simultaneously, SBC breaks new ground for Sarawak becoming the first in Malaysia to implement the Nagoya Protocol on access and benefit sharing, a major landmark for governance of genetic resources and traditional knowledge, with benefit sharing for its indigenous communities through the sustainable use of their biodiversity.

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Sarawak Biodiversity Centre organizes at least one major event annually such as Biodiversity Day which is held mostly in May. This event is open to all and promoted through email blast to mailing list, press releases, roadside banners, website announcements and facebook page posts. This survey is conducted to measure the effectiveness of the promotion medium as stated. The result of survey also helps SBC to focus more on the most effective medium.

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