CAPACITY BUILDING ON EAFM FOR THAI DOF STAFF

060715 EAFM RayongThe National Training Course on Essential Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (EAFM) was organized by the SEAFDEC Training Department from 6 to 10 July 2015 at Rayong Province, Thailand. Twenty five trainees from Thai Department of Fisheries participated in the course. The course focus on basic knowledge on EAFM process and how this can assist in decision-making for responsible and sustainable capture fisheries.  Moreover, understanding on the principles of co-management and how to foster cross-sector coordination was imparted to trainees through practice the crucial skills of effective communication, facilitation and conflict management.

 

REBYC-II WORK PLANNING WORKSHOP AND PROJECT STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING

150515 Workpland PSC REBYCThe SEADFEC Training Department as the Regional Facilitation Unit (RFU) of the Strategies for Trawl Fisheries Bycatch Management project (REBYC-II CTI) in close collaboration with Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources of Philippines organized the 3rd Regional Work Plan Development Workshop from 15 to 16 May 2015 at Calbayog City, Philippines. Seventeen participants from REBYC-II CTI Participating Countries (Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam), FAO/HQ, FAO/REP and SEAFDEC attended in the workshop. The Workshop aims to facilitate the REBYC-II CTI participating countries, in formulating work plans for the remaining six months of 2015, as well as reviewing activities implemented since the last work planning workshop in May 2014. The expected result will be final work plans for each REBYC-II CTI country and SEAFDEC RFU. The final work plans will be presented for discussion at the 3rd Project Steering Committee (PSC) Meeting which held from 18 to 19 May 2015 at Calbayog, Philippines. This PSC Meeting came up with recommendation for final stage of project through way forwards of regional trawl fisheries management project.

 

SEAFDEC AND REBYC-II CTI BUILD CAPACITY OF MEMBER COUNTRIES

ME Day 2-sUnder the existing LOA with SEAFDEC, the RFU in collaboration with FAO and other partners organized the Regional Training Course on Project Development and Management Using Logical Framework Approach on 1‐3 May 2014 in Thailand for 15 participants from REBYC‐II CTI countries. This course was held directly after the Essential Ecosystem Approach for Fisheries Management (EEAFM) training course and directly before the Regional Workshop on Work Planning 2014‐2015.

The concepts of Logical Framework Analysis (LFA) and Results‐based Management (RBM) have already been applied by the participating countries, however, advanced training in particular issues related with LFA analysis and RBM, project management, and monitoring & evaluation will further strengthen project implement. The skills and knowledge of Essential Ecosystem Approach for Fisheries Management (EEAFM) was consolidated through an improved understanding of the Logical Framework Approach and Result Based Management and Monitoring and Evaluation Approach, resulting in more effective trawl fisheries management plans.
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