USAID Oceans held its 3rd Annual Regional Technical Working Group (TWG) Planning Workshop, July 16-18, 2018 in Bangkok, Thailand. The Workshop was convened following the mid-term evaluation of USAID Oceans to update partners on the program’s activities and take stock of partner progress, but the primary objective was to elicit inputs from the TWG and implementing partners to guide the way forward for the project.Read More Download
Description: This report, developed by USAID Oceans' subcontractor, Sam Ratulangi University (UNSRAT) , presents a gender analysis of fisheries in USAID Oceans’ Bitung, Indonesia learning site...
Country: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Regional
Description: Adopting an Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management as a new management approach or an evolution of an existing approach requires an expanded scope of fisheries management over other...
Country: Indonesia, Philippines
Description: USAID Oceans and Seafood Watch developed workshops for learning site stakeholders to link Seafood Watch standards with USAID Oceans’ sustainable fisheries management objectives and...
Description: This report, developed by USAID Oceans' subcontractor, The National Network on Women in Fisheries in the Philippines, Inc. (WINFISH), presents a gender analysis of fisheries in USAID...
This report assesses labor conditions in the Bitung learning site in Indonesia to provide technical assistance on integrating relevant labor data into the CDT system.Read More Download
This report assesses labor conditions in the General Santos City learning site in the Philippines to provide technical assistance on integrating relevant labor data into the CDT system.Read More Download
Key findings and recommendations from USAID Oceans’ assessment of Malaysia’s current implementation of catch documentation and traceability (CDT) through a gap analysis, rapid partnership appraisal, and development of a road map for implementing an eCDTS that will support the country’s compliance with U.S. and EU market requirements in the near term and other importing country requirements in the long-term.Read More Download
From October 2017 to February 2018, USAID Oceans, through a team of in-country consultants and international experts, conducted a review of Vietnam’s legal frameworks, management systems, and fisheries operations to assess current catch documentation and traceability protocols and capabilities, the current certification scheme being used in Vietnam’s seafood industry, and good practices being used by Vietnam’s tuna fisheries that can be leveraged for system implementation.Read More Download