During the Global Genome Biodiversity Network (GGBN) event, delegates of CBCGDF had the opportunity to learn from great minds on their work on genetic conservation on different variety of species. This event also created the opportunity to meet the executives of GGBN including their executive members from all around the world. During a meeting between CBCGDF’s representatives and GGBN executives such as Dr. Ole Seberg of the Natural History Museum of Denmark who is also the GGBN Executive Committee Chair, Katherine Baker from the National Museum of Natural History Smithsonian Institution who also is the GGBN Program Manager and Jonathan Coddington of the National Museum of Natural History Smithsonian Institution, we discussed the possibility of becoming a member of the GGBN. During our discussion, we discussed on the role we intend to play in the GGBN in genetic sample collections along the belt and road through creation of a networks of environmental NGOs in China focused on biodiversity conservations and environmental protection, we also discussed on the possibility of assisting the GGBN in strengthening their links on genetic sample collections in Africa. The GGBN Executives on hearing our point of views and role the CBCGDF is willing to play to support the work of their work, they were really impressed and looked forward in working with us in the future. The impression from the executives on hearing about our plan, has given us a positive step closer to becoming a member of the GGBN.