Sustainable Fisheries Management Plan for Fisheries Management Area 716, Indonesia

Country: Indonesia
Language: English
Description:

The Sustainable Fisheries Management Plan for Fisheries Management Area (FMA) 716, Indonesia is an Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (EAFM) Plan that has been developed through a collaborative and participatory multi-stakeholder process. The plan was developed and finalized through a series of collaborative workshops, including but not limited to the June 2017 “Integrated Stakeholder Consultation Workshop” conducted in Manado, Indonesia and the February 2019 “Review and Finalization Workshop for a Proposed Sustainable Fisheries Management Plan for Indonesia Fisheries Management Area 716,” conducted at the Indonesia Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) in Jakarta, Indonesia.

This document provides a detailed strategic planning framework to ensure ecologically sustainable management of FMA 716’s tuna fisheries, including “true” (e.g., yellow fin, bigeye and skipjack) and neritic (e.g., frigate, bullet, longtail; kawakawa; King and Spanish mackerels) and small pelagic fisheries. This plan is proposed for adoption and implementation by MMAF and relevant national and provincial government agencies, the Fisheries Management Committee (FMC), and non-governmental partners focused on fisheries management and biodiversity conservation in Indonesia. This plan complements and supports MMAF Ministerial Decrees and issuances for fisheries management for FMA 716 such as the Fisheries Management Plan (FMP) for FMA 716 through Ministerial Decree No. 83/KEPMEN–KP/2016 and the Fisheries Management Plan for Tuna, Skipjack and Tuna-like species through Ministerial Decree No. 107/KEPMEN–KP/2015. This document may also be of interest as a reference document to technical, private sector, and academic partners working towards fisheries sustainable planning.

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Sustainable Fisheries Management Plan for the Sarangani Bay and Sulawesi Sea: Region 12, Philippines

Country: Philippines
Language: English
Description:

The Sustainable Fisheries Management Plan for the Sarangani Bay and Sulawesi Sea is an Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (EAFM) Plan for the the Sarangani Bay and parts of the Sulawesi Sea that comprise the provinces of South Cotabato, Sarangani, and Sultan Kudarat, including Cotabato City and General Santos City (SOCCSKARGEN)—also known as Region 12 in the Philippines’ 16 administrative regions. This document is intended to provide a framework for fisheries management within the Sarangani Bay-Sulawesi corridor for adoption and implementation by relevant governmental agencies, local government units, non-governmental partners, academic and research institutions, and the fishing industry sector that altogether will benefit from effective fisheries management and biodiversity conservation in SOCCSKSARGEN and other regions of the Philippines.

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Gender Research in Fisheries and Aquaculture: A Training Handbook (Bahasa Indonesian)

Country: Indonesia, Regional
Language: Bahasa
Description:

Panduan Pelatihan ini dikembangkan melalui upaya kolaborasi antara Gender di Sektor Budidaya dan Perikanan (GAFS) dari Perkumpulan Perikanan Asia (AFS) dan USAID Oceans dan Fisheries Partnership (USAID Oceans). Pedoman ini merupakan kumpulan materi pelatihan yang sudah digunakan di Asia Tenggara dan wilayah sekitarnya dengan harapan dapat menyediakan pedoman yang merefleksikan beragam pengalaman dari lapangan, termasuk di sektor perikanan baik perempuan maupun laki-laki.

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Assessing Fisheries in a New Era: Extended Guidance for Rapid Appraisals of Fisheries Management Systems

Country: Regional
Language: English
Description:

Provides new and extended guidance on appraising fisheries management systems from the 1996-released Rapid Appraisal of Fisheries Management Systems (RAFMS) Handbook. This guide presents updated concepts and methodologies for fisheries management research that acknowledge new technology advancements and the human and gender-related aspects of fisheries.

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