Sustainable Fish Value Chains for Small Island Developing States (SVC4SIDS)

The Sustainable Fish Value Chain for Small Island Developing States (SVC4SIDS) focuses on improving market opportunities for high-value species in SIDS.

News

SVC4SIDS
27 September 2022
The Sustainable Fish Value Chains for Small Island Developing States (SVC4SIDS) project conducted an assessment mission in Cabo Verde from 28 June to 8 July 2022. The team was comprised of technical FAO staff and consultants as well as representatives [...more]
SVC4SIDS
26 September 2022
The brochure illustrates the KOFAP programme and provides an overview of the projects hosted under its umbrella. 
SVC4SIDS
05 September 2022
Makin and Nikunau are part of Kiribati, a group of islands and atolls sited in the west-central Pacific Ocean. The two small islands have a population of around 2 000, with small-scale tuna fisheries playing an essential role for both [...more]
SVC4SIDS
14 June 2022
Virtual meeting, 31 May and 2 June 2022 Fisheries are often central to the achievement of economic, social and environmental development goals, especially for island nations, where marine resources have been a cornerstone in their societies for millennia. In Cabo [...more]
SVC4SIDS
31 May 2022
Hybrid meeting, 31 May - 2 June 2022 The SVC4SIDS project aims at enhancing the value chains of high-value species, to improve market efficiency and strengthen business performance. Special attention is paid to micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) to account [...more]
SVC4SIDS
22 March 2022
Hybrid meeting, Tarawa, Kiribati, 18 March 2022 Fisheries are vital to the economies and food security of many Pacific island nations, supporting livelihoods and providing an important source of protein and micronutrients in diets. As part of its work to [...more]
SVC4SIDS
01 February 2022
The ocean surrounding Kiribati is a precious source for the population livelihoods: it provides employment, source of income and healthy food. Kiribati has one of the highest per capita consumption of fish in the world with around 77 kg/capita. In [...more]
SVC4SIDS
19 August 2021
500 km off the coast of Senegal, in the Atlantic Ocean, an archipelago of ten islands and eight islets forms the Republic of Cabo Verde. Cabo Verde has more than 1 000 km of coastline on which about 80 percent [...more]
SVC4SIDS
14 June 2021
The Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are unique. Wonderful landscapes immersed in peculiar geographic conformations, small dimensions, and separation from mainland: this nature makes the approximately 60 million inhabitants who populate SIDS highly dependent on fisheries for their economy and [...more]
SVC4SIDS
11 May 2021
Fisheries is of vital importance in achieving food security and nutrition, and the sector plays a major role in national SIDS economies. The set of challenges SIDS need to face, such as shifting market access conditions of key markets as well legal and policy frameworks which must adapt to [...more]
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Resources

SVC4SIDS
The brochure illustrates the KOFAP programme and provides an overview of the projects hosted under its umbrella. 
2022 - FAO
Publications
SVC4SIDS
The ocean surrounding Kiribati is a precious source for the population livelihoods: it provides employment, source of income and healthy food. Kiribati has one of the highest per capita consumption of fish in the world with around 77 kg/capita. In [...more]
2022 - FAO
Publications
SVC4SIDS
Fisheries is of vital importance in achieving food security and nutrition, and the sector plays a major role in national SIDS economies. the SVC4SIDS Project focuses on the value chains associated with high-value species to enable SIDS micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) to strengthen their markets access while contributing to sustainable [...more]
2021
Multimedia
SVC4SIDS
Sub-Regional Coordinator at the FAO Caribbean Office, Dr. Renata Clarke and Minister of Maritime Affairs and the Blue Economy, Kirk Humphrey, signed the agreement for the new Sustainable Fish Value Chains for Small Island Developing States project
2020
Multimedia
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