SciCOFish results

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Project funded by The SciCOFish project provides a reliable and improved scientific basis for management and decision making in oceanic and coastal fisheries, giving P-ACP countries the means to develop efficient management measures, the skills to monitor their effectiveness, and some important tools to combat IUU fishing on the high seas.The SciCOFish project provides a reliable and improved scientific basis for management and decision making in oceanic and coastal fisheries, giving P-ACP countries the means to develop efficient management measures, the skills to monitor their effectiveness, and some important tools to combat IUU fishing on the high seas.

The oceanic activities provide scientific support for new tuna management initiatives adopted by P-ACPs at a critical time for conservation of the stocks, in particular, intensive observer training and enhancement of national fishing activity databases.The coastal activities are focused on projects combining an urgent resource management issue with a strong local capability to address the issue and maintain a long-term programme.



Finding common ground between the coastal fisheries and conservation approaches in the Pacific

 

 

 

ceafm_webThe Coastal Fisheries Program is preparing the holding in Noumea, from Monday 29 November to Friday 3 December 2010 of the "Regional Workshop on Approaches to the Implementation and Monitoring of Community-based Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (CEAFM): Finding common ground between the coastal fisheries and conservation approaches in the Pacific".

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Gender analysis of the SciCOFish project and identify specific implementation activities

genderThe Gender Objective for the SciCOFish project is to increase the benefits from the fisheries sector for women by increasing women’s participation in different areas of oceanic and coastal fisheries science and management. To measure this it is necessary to bench mark the current situation so that increases can be detected at the end of the project.

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