Regional Guidelines for Responsible Aquaculture in Southeast Asia
In 1999, a SEAFDEC Consultant drew up a set of possible considerations in the preparation of the regional guidelines of CCRF Article 9. The report was circulated to the fisheries agencies of all the member countries for their respective aquaculture experts to review. On 31 July to 2 August 2000, a Pre-Technical Meeting of Core Experts was held in Iloilo City, Philippines and produced a set of draft regional guidelines. The scientists and staff of the SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department facilitated the discussions in this and the subsequent meetings on the regionalization of CCRF Article 9. By the end of August, the Core Experts were assigned: Mr. Haji Abdul Rajid Haji Metali (Brunei Darussalam), Mr. Srun Lim Song (Cambodia), Mr. Anro Sunaryanto (Indonesia), Mr. Bounma Luang Amath (Lao PDR), Mr. K. Subramanian (Malaysia), Mr. U Hla Win (Myanmar), Mr. Nelson A. Lopez (Philippines), Ms. Renee Chou (Singapore), Mr. Siri Tookwinas (Thailand) and Mr. Tran Van Quynh (Vietnam). The Core Aquaculture Experts Consultation was held on 21- 22 November 2000 in Iloilo City. The Core Experts deliberated on the draft guidelines and made sure important regional issues were covered. The revised regional guidelines were then circulated to all the SEAFDEC member countries. Each country held a national seminar in February-May 2001 to allow the various stakeholders in the aquaculture sector to know and comment on the regional guidelines. On 17-19 July 2001, the Government Consultation on the Regional CCRF on Aquaculture Development was convened in Iloilo City as the final step in the regionalization process. After another round of deliberation, review, and revision, the representatives of the various southeast Asian governments reached a consensus on the final wording of the Regional Guidelines for Responsible Aquaculture in Southeast Asia. SEAFDEC obtained the commitment of these representatives that their governments will support and implement the Regional Guidelines
Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, T. (2000). Regional Guidelines for Responsible Aquaculture in Southeast Asia. Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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