Description: In 2017, Nutrindo joined USAID Oceans’ network of partners to establish full-chain electronic catch documentation and traceability (eCDT) for tuna products harvested in Southeast...
To address the unique needs and challenges faced by small-scale fishers in providing traceability data, USAID Oceans has developed “Trafiz,” a mobile catch documentation application (app) that enables the first buyer or fish supplier to collect and submit traceability data. This guide provides an overview of and a full instruction manual for the Trafiz mobile application.Read More Download
Technical Annexes for “Assessing Fisheries in a New Era: Extended Guidance for Rapid Appraisals of Fisheries Management Systems.”Read More Download
Assessing Fisheries in a New Era: Extended Guidance for Rapid Appraisals of Fisheries Management Systems
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.Read More Download
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
Learn more about USAID Oceans-developed and supported technology tools for electronic catch documentation and traceability.Read More Download
Learn more about the business benefits of “bait-to-plate” electronic traceability systems, as seen through USAID Oceans’ partner, Anova.Read More Download