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Case Studies

Here are several case studies which highlight our experience and some of the assigments we have undertaken.

Developing Fisheries Management Plans

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Fishery Management Plans (FMP) are an essential aspect of better and more sustainable management practice. FMPs serve as a reference and information source for the management authority and all interest groups, summarizing the current state of knowledge on the resource, its environment and the fishery, and reflecting all the decisions and actions agreed upon during the course of consultations between the management authority and the interest groups...

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Policy Support and SME Development

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The FAO project Rehabilitation and Sustainable Development of Fisheries and Aquaculture Affected by the Tsunami in Aceh Province, Indonesia (TRP-06-16 : OSRO/INS/601/ARC), funded by American Red Cross (ARC), was aimed at bridging the post-tsunami recovery phase in the Aceh fisheries sector to one of longer term development...

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Improving Regional Trade

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Fisheries are one of the most significant renewable resources that Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA) and Indian Ocean (IO) countries have for food security, livelihoods and economic growth. Efforts however, need to be made to ensure that as the population in these countries grows, and demand for food and employment likewise grows, the benefits that fishery resources provide, are protected through sustainable management and value-addition...

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Support for Ecolabelling

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International trade in fisheries is worth over US$60 billion annually and fish is fastest growing internationally traded agricultural commodity. A combination of population and income growth in key markets, as well as health concerns, work to maintain the general global demand for fish. As a consequence fish prices are generally moving upwards, maintaining the interest and investment in fishing and aquaculture...

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