FAO.org

Home > Asia-Pacific Fishery Commission > Publications > Training
Asia-Pacific Fishery Commission

Training

While support for an ecosystem approach to fisheries management (EAFM) has long been recognized, progress in its implementation in the Asia-Pacific region has been slow. This is due in part to a lack of relevant skills by fisheries managers in applying an integrated and holistic approach to fisheries management. This training course aims to overcome this gap by...
While support for an ecosystem approach to fisheries management (EAFM) has long been recognized, progress in its implementation in the Asia-Pacific region has been slow. This is due in part to a lack of relevant skills by fisheries managers in applying an integrated and holistic approach to fisheries management.This training course aims to overcome this gap by providing...
While support for an ecosystem approach to fisheries management (EAFM) has long been recognized, progress in its implementation in the Asia-Pacific region has been slow. This is due in part to a lack of relevant skills by fisheries managers in applying an integrated and holistic approach to fisheries management.This training course aims to overcome this gap by providing...
Effective fishery management in Asia is more critical than ever, now that the region is passing from four decades of expansion and increased production to an era of overcapacity, overexploitation and unsustainable practices. The high growth in capture fishery production achieved during these past decades is due to increases in fishing effort, including gear modification and speed of...
This  guide is to be read in conjunction with the Port Inspection Technical Guide and the Port Inspections Workshop Workbook that  for the   APFIC Port Inspections Traning course.  The " Port Inspections Tasks -  activities guide"  contains  background froms and   material   to assist Port Inspectors  undertake an inspection of   a  fishing  vessel.  It is the intention...
1 2 3