Technical Annexes to the Extended Guidance for Rapid Appraisals of Fisheries Management Systems (Vietnamese)

Country: Regional
Language: Vietnamese
Description:

his handbook provides new and extended guidance on appraising fisheries management systems from the 1996-released Rapid Appraisal of Fisheries Management Systems Handbook (RAFMS Handbook), with 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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Innovative Digital Solution: Supporting fisheries management and catch documentation data analysis – MSU Naawan Foundation

Country: Philippines
Language: English
Description:

This Fact Sheet summarizes work being done by USAID Oceans’ grantee, Mindanao State University Naawan Foundation for Science and Technology Development, Inc., to design an innovative digital solution to use electronic catch documentation and traceability data to improve fisheries management in the Philippines.

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Using eCDT Systems within the EAFM Framework to Promote Sustainable Fisheries and Conserve Marine Biodiversity: Experiences and Lessons Learned in Indonesia and the Philippines

Country: Indonesia, Philippines, Regional
Language: English
Description:

This document shares USAID Oceans’ experiences and lessons learned in using eCDT to promote sustainable fisheries and conserve marine biodiversity in the Southeast Asian region and illustrates the use of eCDT data to improve fisheries management.

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Technical Guidance on the Design and Implementation of Electronic Catch Documentation and Traceability (eCDT) Systems in Southeast Asia

Country: Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Regional, Solomon Islands, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Vietnam
Language: English
Description:

This technical guidance document is a practical guide for developing and implementing electronic catch documentation and traceability (eCDT) systems, principally for marine capture fisheries, that can be aligned to the different capacities, circumstances, and needs of ASEAN member states (AMS).

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