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A 10 Year Action Plan for Small Scale Fisheries Development in Africa
The African Small Scale Fisheries account for more than 60 % of Africa’s fisheries production and almost all the catches from the sector are destined for human consumption. The sector provides significant employment ...
Contribution Agreement for AU-IBAREnhancing sustainable fisheries management and aquaculture development in Africa: A programme for accelerated reform of the sector (FishGov 2)
(AUDA-NEPAD African Union Development Agency, 2021-09)
Fisheries and aquaculture sectors in Africa provide millions of Africans with affordable nutritious food and livelihoods. Still, according to FAO prospective study, average per capita fish consumption in Africa is likely ...
Virtual Think Tank Consultative Workshop on Operationalizing the Revised African Fisheries Reform Mechanism (AFRM)
A brief report on the virtual stakeholder consultative workshop on operationalizing the revised AFRM was organized by the African Union-InterAfrican Bureau for Animal Resources (AU-IBAR) in collaboration with the Africa ...
Enhancing awareness on marine spatial planning: Opening Speech by Director of Department of Agriculture, Rural Development, Blue Economy and Sustainable Environment (DARBE)
Speech by Director of Department of Agriculture, Rural Development, Blue Economy and Sustainable Environment (DARBE) during opening of workshop on 'Enhancing awareness on marine spatial planning'', held on 18 August, 2021.
Outcomes Report: 3rd General Assembly and Bi-Annual Meeting of the Africa Platform for Regional Institutions in Fisheries, Aquaculture & Aquatic Systems (APRIFAAS) 28-29 September 2021
The outcomes report provides an overview of the deliberations and procedures of the 3rd General Assembly and Bi-Annual Meeting of the Africa Platform for Regional Institutions in Fisheries, Aquaculture & Aquatic Systems ...
Welcome speech by AU-IBAR Acting Director, Dr Nick Nwankpa during enhancing awareness workshop on marine spatial planning
Opening Speech by AU-IBAR Acting Director, Dr Nick Nwankpa during the enhancing awareness workshop on marine spatial planning held on 18 August, 2021.
Conserving Aquatic Biodiversity in the Context of the Africa Blue Economy Strategy (ABES)
The African continent is adjacent to highly productive marine ecosystems including the seven African Large Marine Ecosystems (LMEs) viz., Agulhas Current LME, Benguela Current LME, Guinea Current LME, Canary current ...