Bio-Community Initiative (BCI) is committed to fostering an environment of transparency, collaboration, and informed participation. As part of our dedication to these values, we are pleased to offer our comprehensive presentation on the Free, Prior, and Informed Consent (FPIC) process. This document is a testament to our ongoing efforts to ensure community involvement and informed decision-making in projects that affect local communities and their environments.

Availability for Download: This presentation is freely available for download to all visitors of our website. We encourage students, professionals, community leaders, and any interested parties to utilise this resource as a guide to understanding the principles and practices of FPIC.

Terms of Use: While we are eager to share our knowledge and resources with a wider audience, we kindly request that all users adhere to the following conditions:

  • Credit: If the presentation or any portion thereof is used in your work, presentations, or publications, we ask that you duly credit  BCI as the source. This acknowledgment supports our mission and helps us reach more people with our message and resources.
  • Non-commercial Use: The content provided is for educational and informational purposes only. It may not be used for commercial purposes without express permission from BCI.
  • Integrity of Information: Altering, modifying, or misrepresenting the content of the presentation is strictly prohibited. We strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information, and maintaining the integrity of this information is paramount.

How to Download: To download the FPIC process presentation, please click on the link below. By downloading the document, you agree to the terms of use outlined above.

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We hope this presentation serves as a valuable tool in your endeavors and contributes to a broader understanding and implementation of the FPIC process. Should you have any questions or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact us at

Thank you for your interest in our work and for supporting the principles of free, prior, and informed consent.