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  • Welcome to Forum of Nuclear Regulatory Bodies in Africa

​"Instrumental in strenghtening the regulatory infrastructure and framework for radiation protection and nuclear safety and security in Africa"

​Upcoming Events

  
RegNet
The International Regulatory Network is the Portal for web-based international cooperation among nuclear safety and security regulators. RegNet supports national and international actors in sharing of regulatory knowledge, practices and information and in fostering collaboration on nuclear safety and security matters
ANNuR - Arab Network of Nuclear Regulators
The purpose of ANNuR is to foster enhancement, strengthening and harmonization of the radiation protection, nuclear safety and security regulatory infrastructure and framework among the members of ANNuR; and to provide for mechanisms for the ANNUR to be an effective and efficient internationally recognized forum for the exchange of regulatory experiences and practices among the radiation and nuclear regulatory bodies in Arab countries
AFRA
The African Regional Cooperative Agreement for Research, Development and Training Related to Nuclear Science and Technology (AFRA) agreement provides a framework for African Member States to intensify their collaboration through programmes and projects focused on the specific shared needs of its members. It is a formal inter-governmental agreement which entered into force in 1990.

Publications

  
  
https://gnssn.iaea.org/main/FNRBA/PublishingImages/IAEA_safety_stan.pngIAEA Safety Standards
http://gnssn.iaea.org/main/fnrba/PublishingImages/Fukushima_pub.pngFukushima Daiichi Accident - Report by Director General and Technical Volumes
Survey on basic EPR infrastructuresSurvey on basic EPR infrastructures
Survey of status of International Conventions in FNRBA Member States (2011) Survey of status of International Conventions in FNRBA Member States (2011)
Survey on status of legal framework, regulatory standards and safety goals (2011) Survey on status of legal framework, regulatory standards and safety goals (2011)
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​Highlights

Members from 33 African countries.

8 workshops and meetings held in 2013, in the framework of FNRBA, gathering about 120 participants in 2013.

13 activities were planned in 2014.

​News

  
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9th FNRBA Plenary meeting, 19th Sep 2017, IAEA, Vienna
Revised Charter of FNRBA, March 2018, IAEA, Vienna
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​Relevant Links

  
  
https://gnssn.iaea.org/demo/FNRBA/PublishingImages/regnet_logo.pngRegNet
The International Regulatory Network is the Portal for web-based international cooperation among nuclear safety and security regulators. RegNet supports national and international actors in sharing of regulatory knowledge, practices and information and in fostering collaboration on nuclear safety and security matters
https://gnssn.iaea.org/demo/FNRBA/PublishingImages/ANNuR_logo.pngANNuR - Arab Network of Nuclear Regulators
The purpose of ANNuR is to foster enhancement, strengthening and harmonization of the radiation protection, nuclear safety and security regulatory infrastructure and framework among the members of ANNuR; and to provide for mechanisms for the ANNUR to be an effective and efficient internationally recognized forum for the exchange of regulatory experiences and practices among the radiation and nuclear regulatory bodies in Arab countries
http://gnssn.iaea.org/demo/FNRBA/PublishingImages/AFRA.jpgAFRA
The African Regional Cooperative Agreement for Research, Development and Training Related to Nuclear Science and Technology (AFRA) agreement provides a framework for African Member States to intensify their collaboration through programmes and projects focused on the specific shared needs of its members. It is a formal inter-governmental agreement which entered into force in 1990.