NABDA

NABDA - (Federal Ministry of Science and Technology) The Agency was established through Federal Executive Council approval on the 23rd of April, 2001 with the following vision, mission and mandates:

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Prof. Abdussalami Nasidi (Director NCDC) and Prof. Lucy Ogbadu (DG NABDA) at Symposium on Molecular Diagnosis of Hemorrhagic and Zoonotic Viral Disease and \ Treatment Held at NABDA Headquarter Abuja Dr. Abdu Bulama (HMST) and Prof. Lucy Ogbadu (DG NABDA) at Symposium Held at NABDA Headquarter in Abuja. Dr. Abdu Bulama (HMST), Prof. Lucy Ogbadu (DG NABDA), Dr. Nash Director Genetics, Genomics and Bio informatics Department NABDA at Symposium Held at NABDA Headquarter in Abuja Group Photo with Dr. Abdu Bulama (HMST) and Prof. Lucy Ogbadu (DG NABDA) at Symposium on Molecular Diagnosis of Hemorrhagic and Zoonotic Viral Disease and \ Treatment Held at NABDA Headquarter Abuja.

Develop viable and commercial biotechnology and technologies through strategic investments in biotechnology R & D to support innovation and economic development..

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National Biotechnology Development Agency  establishing and maintaining  collaborations and linkages with both local and international organizations

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Organizing state of the art training in order to boost staff productivity and enhance growth development.

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FEC Approves NABDA Bill, to Transmit to National Assembly

The Federal Executive Council (FEC) on Wednesday approved the draft bill for an act to establish the National Biotechnology Development Agency and other related matters. The draft bill is to be transmitted to the National Assembly for the legislative input. Supervising Minister of Information, Nurudeen Mohammed, disclosed this while briefing State House correspondents after the weekly FECF meeting.

He said the Minister of Science and technology brought a memo before the council, seeking its approval to transmit to National Assembly, a Draft Bill 2014, to establish the National Biotechnology Development Agency (NABDA).

The minister said since its establishment in 2001, the agency had operated without any legislation backing its existence. "In realisation of this and challenges posed by lack of enabling law and omissions of basic provisions in the subsisting laws, necessitated the proposed bill for enactment into law."

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