Funded by The Kingdom of Spain through the Spanish Agency of International Cooperation for Development (AECID). Regional Livelihoods Fisheries Programme for South and Southeast Asia (RFLP) An Introduction for CTFF, Bali. Don Griffiths, RFLP Technical Advisor. Viet Nam. Philippines.
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Funded by The Kingdom of Spain
through the Spanish Agency of International Cooperation for Development (AECID)
Regional Livelihoods Fisheries Programme for South and Southeast Asia (RFLP)
An Introduction for CTFF, Bali
Don Griffiths, RFLP Technical Advisor
Where is RFLP being implemented?
Strengthened capacity among participating small-scale fishing communities and their supporting institutions towards improved livelihoods and sustainable fisheries resource management
Coastal fishers, processors, traders and their families, their organizations and their communities, including the local authorities
Other beneficiaries are government organizations and institutions responsible for the administration, management and development of the coastal fisheries at local, district/province and national levels
Output 1 Co-management
Output 2: Safety at sea and vulnerability reduction
Public awareness campaigns on food safety issues;
Training on fish handling, processing and business management for processors and traders;
Value chain analysis;
Improved landing centre management;
Piloting of value addition and marketing;
Linkage of fishers and markets
Improved market information mechanisms
Output 3: Post-harvest and marketing
Livelihood & gender analysis;
Strengthening of current options;
Prioritization of new options based on financial, technical, environmental, social impact and market assessments;
Piloting of alternative options;
Training in diversified income options;
Pilot operations for small-scale aquaculture.
Output 4: Strengthened and diversified livelihoods
Review available MFS for coastal fisher communities;
Policy revision and drafting;
Awareness raising for coastal fishers of available MFS;
Training on financial planning and management for coastal fishers
Training of MFS providers on fishery sector needs and issues;
Simplify and modify saving and lending systems;
Publication of microfinance briefing materials.
Output 5: Facilitated access to Micro-Finance Services
Current RFLP Status
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