WRITESHOP ON MATERIAL FINALIZATION FOR LEAD EAFM

20161010 Lead EAFMThe SEAFDECTraining Department (TD) which supported by the REBYC II-CTI project organized Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (EAFM) Leader Writeshop on Material Finalization for Leaders, Executives and Decision Maker (LEAD) from 10 to 14 October 2016 in Bangkok, Thailand. There are 13 participants from IMA International, NOAA, and SEAFDEC attended this Writeshop, The Writeshop came up with complete material of EAFM which make LEAD more understand on importance of EAFM such as brochure, conversation, animation, video, poster, PowerPoint presentation and etc.

 

EAFM HIGH-LEVEL FOR LEAD IN VIET NAM

20161017 EAFM VietNamThe SEAFDEC Training Department (TD) which supported by the REBYC II-CTI project organized Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (EAFM) High-Level Consultation for Leaders, Executive and Decision Makers(LEAD) from 17 to 18 October 2016 in Hai Phong/ Quang Ninh Province, Viet Nam. The introduction and promotion on the EAFM and LEAD EAFM toolkit was presented and imparted to 35 participants who are leaders, executives and decision-makers in the fisheries and other sectors. The understanding and supporting of EAFM to achieve sustainable fisheries management through improved planning and implementation is expect outputs of this Consultation.

REGIONAL MEETING ON THE FUTURE OF TRAWL FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

20160923 FutureTrawlThe Regional Meeting on the Future of Trawl Fisheries Management in Southeast Asia was organized by the SEAFDEC Training Department (TD) as Regional Facilitation Unit (RFU) of REBYC-II CTI project in collaboration with FAO from 23 to 25 September 2016 in Bangkok, Thailand. Forty three representatives from participating countries as Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam through SEAFDEC/TD, FAO-GEF, relevant private sectors and other agencies participated in the Meeting. The Meeting aims to develop policy recommendations for trawl fisheries management in Southeast Asia by reviewing the current national policy of trawl fisheries management in SEAFDEC member countries. During the meeting, overall lessons learned from implementation of the REBYC-II CTI project, the need and content of a potential follow up project and policy recommendations for trawl fisheries management in Southeast Asia was discussed. This Meeting came up with recommendations for trawl fisheries management in Southeast Asia and summary future project(s) on developing sustainable trawl fisheries in Southeast Asia.

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