DevFish2

brochure_photoThe DevFish2 project overall objective is to increase the contribution from the sustainable use of highly migratory marine resources, particularly tuna, to the alleviation of poverty in Pacific states. It promotes the establishment of a more favourable policy environment for tuna industry development in Pacific countries, including the small scale component. It will provide direct assistance to small and medium enterprises in the sector as well as artisanal fishers and also build a region-wide IUU deterrence strategy, utilising the results of initial monitoring, control and surveillance (MCS) studies in building robust and cost-effective regional capabilities to combat IUU fishing. Read more.

 


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Building local capacity for Papua New Guinea tuna processing industry PDF Print E-mail

Noumea_Tuna_processing_plantNine students from the Papua New Guinea (PNG) University of Technology are currently undergoing a 10-week industrial training attachment with the four tuna processing and canning companies based in Lae and Madang.

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Last Updated on Monday, 21 December 2015 07:55
 
Capacity building in the Pacific tuna processing sector PDF Print E-mail

Noumea_Tuna_processing_plantCannery and national fish inspectors from Fiji, Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands are currently undergoing specialised training in Levuka, Fiji, aimed at ensuring the production of canned tuna in the region meets the required standard for safe human consumption.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 December 2015 08:31
 
Emergency grab bags to promote safety at sea in Niue PDF Print E-mail

SPC FAME Director handing over FAD materials to Director of Fisheries, and Chairman of the Vanuatu National Fishermen Association, Mr. Eric P. Festa.

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Contributing to Food Security during Climate Change Duress PDF Print E-mail

SPC FAME Director handing over FAD materials to Director of Fisheries, and Chairman of the Vanuatu National Fishermen Association, Mr. Eric P. Festa.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 October 2015 10:40
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