ACP FISH II. STRENGTHENING FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN ACP COUNTRIES. Second Open Day of the Department of Sustainable Economic Development and Trade Focus on Climate Change Brussels, 11 October 2011. PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES AND MAIN FEATURES.
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STRENGTHENING FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN ACP COUNTRIES
Second Open Day of the
Department of Sustainable Economic Development and Trade
Focus on Climate Change
Brussels, 11 October 2011
Expected Results according to 5 Programme Components:
Improved fisheries policies and management plans at regional and national levels
Reinforced control and enforcement capabilities
Reinforced national and regional research strategies and initiatives
Developed business supportive regulatory frameworks and private sector investment
Increased knowledge-sharing on fisheries management and trade at regional level
In terms of targeted regions, the 187 projects are implemented as follows
Budget Allocation by component
Why are fisheries management and regulation part of natural resources management:
Management of fisheries is the management of natural resources, through
ACPFISH II main purpose is to strengthen the capacity of fisheries administrations and the awareness of direct users on the appropriate management of their natural resources
ACPFISH II Projects concern mainly natural resources management.
In total, 147 projects out of 187 (79%)