ABSP II is a consortium of universities, agricultural research centres, nongovernmental organisations and companies. It is funded by the US Agency for International Development and coordinated by Cornell University. It helps developing countries create and commercialise agricultural biotechnologies, through regionally tailored 'product commercialisation packages' that outline technology development activities, policies and outreach programmes for different bio-engineered crops.

ABSP II has projects in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Mali, Philippines and Uganda. {{LINK_LABEL_GO_TO_WEBSITE}}