Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries
in the Context of Food Security and Poverty Eradication

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Contents of the December 2019 issue: What does FAO do to implement the SSF Guidelines? Central American sub-regional meeting on the implementation of the SSF Guidelines Small-scale fisheries value chains, post-harvest and trade discussed in high-level meeting Technical workshop on small-scale fisheries and data collection in the Maghreb Research network helps collect knowledge on small-scale...
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In this interview, our senior fisheries consultant Ms Lena Westlund gives some insights into our work to support implementation of the SSF Guidelines around the world. Ms Lena Westlund © FAO/Asa Ljusenius Lena, you and your colleagues in FAO work for and with small-scale fisheries organizations around the world. Can...
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Last week, 20 course participants working with fisheries in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, Somalia, Sudan and Tanzania became the first to try a new card game that teaches the SSF Guidelines. The game, developed in collaboration with the Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation (a part...
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Contents of the November 2019 issue: How to secure sustainable fisheries livelihoods discussed at FAO symposium Seminar promoted safety at sea and decent work in line with the SSF Guidelines New session of the CECAF Working Group for Artisanal Fisheries International workshop on ICT4Fisheries in practice BMZ Innovation Dialogue on the future of African rural...
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More than 50 representatives from fisheries administrations, small-scale fisheries organizations and research institutions from Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia gathered in Tunis to prepare for data collection on small-scale fisheries in the Maghreb countries 2020. The workshop was organized by the FAO Subregional Office for North Africa (SNE). During 3...
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