Guidelines for the use of animals for medical and other scientific purposes. The first provision of the Guidelines declares that 'Animal users are to be aware of the value of life of animals'. The Guidelines have no legal force. However, the Guidelines led to the passing of the Act on Animals for Scientific Purposes B.E. 2558 in 2015. The Guidelines are government-approved, and there are are two committees established that ensure compliance.
The 'NBSAP' provides a national strategy for the conservation and sustainable use of nature. It is a major guiding document for planning biodiversity conservation in Myanmar, as well as providing a strategic planning-policy framework for the effectiveness on conservation and management of biodiversity and natural resources.
The Plan outlines Cambodia's long-term biodiversity strategy that aims to protect and manage biodiversity within a sustainable development framework. The Plan encompasses 24 major 'themes'. Theme 12 focuses on sustainable animal wildlife resources management. Theme 13 centres on sustainable agriculture and animal production.
[From document]: 'The revised NBSAP (2015–2020) provides a strategic framework for the conservation of Myanmar's biodiversity to address new and emerging challenges arising from political, economic and social reform in Myanmar, as well as take into account new opportunities, and align targets and actions with the CBD's Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011–2020 and the Aichi Biodiversity Targets'.