Overcoming Barriers: Economic Benefits of Electronic Traceability

20 Apr, 2020 | Feature Article

SALT has distilled lessons from existing traceability pilots to provide potential solutions to overcoming the challenges a company might face when adopting eCDT. This is the 2nd in the “Overcoming Barriers” series and speaks to the direct business benefits of eCDT, such as regulation compliance, food safety assurance, strengthened brand reputation, and increased operational efficiency.

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PRESS RELEASE: USAID Celebrates Accomplishments in Combating Illegal Fishing and Promoting Sustainable Fisheries in the Asia-Pacific Region

16 Apr, 2020 | Feature Article, Press Release

In February, public and private sector leaders in the seafood industry gathered in Manila, Philippines, and Jakarta, Indonesia, to celebrate the accomplishments of the USAID Oceans and Fisheries Partnership’s work in Southeast Asia. The two closeout events highlighted the significant work of partners from ASEAN member states and the regional seafood industry to promote resource conservation and maritime security.

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USAID Oceans Celebrates International Women’s Day 2020

8 Mar, 2020 |

This exhibit profiling women leaders and gender champions in Southeast Asia’s fisheries will be posted here from March 8-31 to recognize those whose exemplary work and achievements with USAID Oceans provide inspiration and leadership to achieve gender equity and women’s empowerment.

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Taking the Next Step to Scale-up Electronic Catch Documentation and Traceability in Southeast Asia

27 Dec, 2019 | Feature Article

USAID Oceans is working with partners throughout Southeast Asia to develop Technical Guidance on the Design and Implementation of eCDT Systems in Southeast Asia. To advance this effort, during the week of December 2, 2019, USAID Oceans convened eCDT technical working group members and regional partners to take part in a workshop to finalize this important document. 

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