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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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acp fish ii

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
PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES AND MAIN FEATURES
  • Overall objective is “to contribute to the sustainable and equitable management of fisheries in ACP regions, thus leading to poverty alleviation and improving food security in ACP States”
  • Specific Objective is to strengthen fisheries sectoral policy development and implementation in ACP countries
    • €5 million of funded projects under the Programme Estimate 1 (September 2010 – May 2011)
    • €15 million to fund projects under the Programme Estimate 2 (June 2011 – November 2012
  • Decentralised management with 1 CU and 6 RFUs

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components and results
COMPONENTS AND RESULTS

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

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elegibility to the programme
ELEGIBILITY TO THE PROGRAMME
  • The Programme is running from June 2009 to date
  • Implementation through 1,5 year budgets, Programme Estimates 1 and 2
    • The PE1 ended in May 2011
    • The PE2 runs from June 2011 to November 2012
  • The total budget to fund projects is around €20 M
  • Access to the Programme funds is based on a demand-driven principle. The FAs and the RFBs can propose projects, under the framework of the ACP FISH II 5 Components
    • 6 Regional Action Plans with the projects to be implemented were approved and are being implemented
implementation of pe1
IMPLEMENTATION OF PE1
  • According to the Regional Action Plans, the following 44 projects were implemented under PE1 (Sep 2010 to May 2011):
implementation of pe1 pe2
IMPLEMENTATION OF PE1+PE2

In terms of targeted regions, the 187 projects are implemented as follows

29

implementation of pe1 pe21
IMPLEMENTATION OF PE1+PE2

Budget Allocation by component

natural resources management 1
NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (1)

Why are fisheries management and regulation part of natural resources management:

  • Fisheries represent renewable living resources, subject to exploitation, at country and international level;
  • Fish and fish resources are renewable only if exploited in a sustainable manner;
  • When sustainably exploited, fish resources can be used at their optimumlevel:
    • The highest possible catch, bellow the point in which resources cannot keep the growth rate,
    • With the maximum economic return (higher income within a sustainable catch in relation to the cost/effort ratio) and
    • The best use of investment, manpower and financial resources
natural resources management 2
NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (2)
  • Therefore, fisheries, as other renewable resources, must have exploitation conditions regulated and enforced
  • Fisheries management is assured by state administrations and regional bodies. It must be acknowledged and supported by private stakeholders and civil society

Management of fisheries is the management of natural resources, through

    • Policy devising and enforcement,
    • Assessment and evaluation of the stocks’ exploitation conditions
    • Regulating the use of the resources by the private actors

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

natural resources management 3
NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (3)

ACPFISH II Projects concern mainly natural resources management.

In total, 147 projects out of 187 (79%)

natural resources management 4
NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (4)
  • 2 projects, among all 147 concerning natural resources management deal directly with climate changes or the identification of drivers of climate change;
  • Support to SADC project “Strengthening co-management and value chains for shared resources in the Zambezi Basin” – Southern and Eastern Africa
  • Training in Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries (EAF) and Climate Change for the Caribbean Network of Fisherfolk Organisations - Caribbean