Evaluation of Capacity Building on Offshore and High Sea Fisheries Management and Reducing IUU Fishing Activities in SEAFDEC Member Countries
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In every country in the Southeast Asian Region, efforts are now focusing on the promotion of sustainable fisheries management and countermeasures against IUU fishing. The recognizes fishing management schemes such as fishing license, boats registration and etc. as effective measures to promote the sustainable use and the long-term conservation of marine living resources. Following the direction of Resolution and Plan of Action, the SEAFDEC Training Department (TD) has been implemented the project of “Promotion of Countermeasures to reduce IUU Fishing”, aim to collaboration with Member Countries to reduce IUU fishing in the region. An activity in this project is strengthening of Port State Measures and other surveillance measures in the region. Under this activity, the on-site training on offshore and high sea fisheries management and reducing IUU fishing activities was organized in Indonesia, Malaysia and Myanmar in 2013 and 2014. During on-site training, the evaluation of understanding on related training subject was carried out by pre and post evaluation. Aim to assessment effective of training which imparts knowledge and understanding to trainees.
Saraphaivanich, K., Suthipol , Y., & Imsamrarn , N. (2014). Evaluation of Capacity Building on Offshore and High Sea Fisheries Management and Reducing IUU Fishing Activities in SEAFDEC Member Countries . SEAFDEC Technical Seminar 2014 (pp. 17-20). Samut Prakan: Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.