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Data Requirements for Catch Documentation and Traceability in Southeast Asia
This document presents a framework and glossary for the critical tracking events (CTEs) and key data elements (KDEs) that are being proposed/suggested for capture during the demonstration and testing phase of USAID ...
Indonesia Value Chain Assessment, Bitung
USAID Oceans, through Marine Change, conducted a value chain assessment of tuna fisheries in Bitung, Indonesia, as a key first step to understand the catch documentation and traceability (CDT) processes and requirements ...
Philippines Value Chain Assessment, General Santos City
USAID Oceans, through Bold Native Advisors, Inc., conducted a value chain assessment of tuna fisheries in General Santos City, Philippines, as a key first step to understand the catch documentation and traceability (CDT) ...
Fisheries Catch Documentation and Traceability in Southeast Asia: Technical Concept and Specifications (CDT 201)
The “CDT201″outlines USAID Oceans’ technical approach and specifications to designing, testing, and implementing a CDTS with public and private partners in Southeast Asia. This document follows USAID Oceans’ Fisheries Catch ...
Indonesia Value Chain Assessment: Key Data Elements Gaps Analysis
This report presents a summary of learning site data collection audits, conducted in Bitung, Indonesia, together with a Key Data Element (KDE) gap analysis, and recommendations and solutions for continuous improvement to ...