Report of the Regional Workshop Towards a new era of support for small-scale fisheries in Southeast Asia
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The Regional Workshop on Towards a New Era of Support for Small-scale Fisheries in Southeast Asia was organized on 29‒31 August 2023. The Workshop was aimed at 1) compiling the description/recognition/contribution of SSF in the region (or in each country), 2) obtaining the current concepts and approaches of small-scale fisheries management systems in the region, 3) compiling the critical challenges/needs on small-scale fisheries management in fisheries resources, human, governance, socioeconomic contexts, etc., in the SEAFDEC Member Countries, and 4) identifying the recommendation and ways forward to strengthen small-scale fisheries management in the region that aligns with international norms and regional best practice and guidance. The Workshop was attended by representatives from the SEAFDEC Member Countries, namely: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, and Viet Nam. The Workshop was also attended by the resource persons from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations/Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (FAO/RAP), Too Big to Ignore (TBTI), Mahidol University (MU), Asia-Pacific Rural and Agriculture Credit Association (APRACA), Sustainable Development Foundation (SDF) and staff of the SEAFDEC from Secretariat (SEC), Inland Fishery Resources Development and Management Department (IFRDMD) and Training Department (TD).
Training Department. (2023). Report of the Regional Workshop Towards a new era of support for small-scale fisheries in Southeast Asia. Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.