EAFM Lead Workshop Report,April 2015
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It was agreed that between the 6th - 8th April, 2015, representatives from BOBLME, REBYC-II CTI, FAO, SEAFDEC, NOAA and IMA International meet to discuss the further development of LEAD materials and how they might work in tandem with and in support of, the E-EAFM effort being delivered across the Region. This report provides the reader with the details of the outputs from these few days, including a workplan for further development of the EAFM LEAD and suggestions for revision and strengthening of the E-EAFM course. The E-EAFM LEAD development workshop focused on the development of various products for ministers, policy makers and senior government officials including; flyers, posters, slides, short videos, photos, a one to two day EAFM LEAD workshop timetable, and a 30 minute EAFM overview. In addition, suggestions were made to support the revision and strengthening of the existing EEAFM training course. This included the ideas to support and develop the trainers in the region further, focus on maintaining quality of the product, etc. The workshop took place on 6th, 7th and 8th April 2015 in the Meeting Room, Andaman Fisheries Research and Development Centre (AFRDC), Phuket with attendees representing; FAO BOBLME and REBYC-II, SEAFDEC, NOAA, and IMA International.
Chris Grose . (2015). EAFM Lead Workshop Report. Samut Prakarn: Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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