PROYECTO PARA LA PESCA ARTESANAL A NIVEL MUNDIAL
graduated (MSc (+5), Biology, 1st Rome University, 1989), Master (Technical cooperation programs management, ILO, International Training Centre, 2000) and certificates of virtual attendance : “Emerging practices in development evaluations”, "Equity-focused and gender-responsive evaluations", "National evaluation capacity development for country-led M&E systems". Evaluation Partners – UNICEF/IOCE March to May and September 2013. Several post-graduate training courses in aquatic resources sustainable management and fisheries.
24 years post-graduated experience in marine and inland aquatic environment sustainable and equitable management, notably in Africa, Caribbean, Europe and Mediterranean. International experience: IOC and WB (International consultancies), EC DG AIDCO, EC DG Fish, USAID. Field: Albania, Belgium, Botswana, Congo Brazzaville, Ethiopia, France, Gabon, Ghana, Indian Ocean (Mauritius, Seychelles, Kenya, Tanzania, Comoros, Madagascar), Jamaica, Italy, Ivory Coast, Libya, Mali, Morocco, Namibia, Norway, Romania, Sierra Leone, Senegal, The Gambia, Tunisia
Aquatic resources. Fisheries and aquaculture. Policy and governance. MCS. Institutional strengthening and capacity building. Negotiation skills (Surveying, Participatory approach, Co-management, Vocational Training, Workshops and Awareness campaigns). Strong skills for working in/with International Organizations and in/with multicultural teams, as well as for field based activities in Developing Countries programs and projects.
La durabilté de la pêche artisanale
La journée mondiale des pêcheurs (France) et les incidences de la politique commune des pêches sur les communautés de pêcheurs et les emplois qui en dépendent.
Le renforcement de capacités techniques, organisationnels et financiers des acteurs de la pêche artisanale en Mauritanie
fish harvesters issues