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Collaboration approaches for CEAFM. “a fisheries perspective”. Implementing the CEAFM. HOW ???. Expanding the management base. Tasks for promoting agency Define broad goals and strategies Maximum community participation Motivation rather than education Demand-based process

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Collaboration approaches for ceafm
Collaboration approaches for CEAFM

“a fisheries perspective”

Implementing the ceafm
Implementing the CEAFM

HOW ???

Expanding the management base

Collaboration approaches for ceafm

Tasks for promoting agency

Define broad goals and strategies

Maximum community participation

Motivation rather than education

Demand-based process

Review work of other groups

Combine approaches

Avoid confusion and disenchantment

Establish consultative multi-disciplinary group

Ecosystem management advisory group (EMAG)

Legal basis for CEAFM

Authority to manage

Legal support for EMAG

Facilitators with appropriate skills

Development vs. Management skills

Facilitation skills/people skills

Culturally appropriate process

Collaboration approaches for ceafm

The Community involvement process

Assess community requests

Awareness of problems

Concern for the marine environment

Willingness to take actions

Define scope

Broad parameters (what, where, who)



Stroll through environmental assessment

Identify and prioritise issues

Develop Management Plan

Formalising and implementation

Collaboration and more coordinated approach

Island issues why collaboration is needed
Island Issues……… why collaboration is needed??


    • Community undertakings

    • Fisheries Undertakings

  • Limited to fisheries impacts

  • Other impacts??

Impacts on marine ecosystem
Impacts on marine ecosystem………

  • CBFM expanded with simple EAF principles

  • Establish consultative group - legal relevance

  • Identify problems and set priorities - risk assessment

  • For each problem, agree on indicators of performance and precautionary reference points.

  • Agree on monitoring arrangements – who is responsible

  • Complication

  • Community

  • Fisheries

  • Environment

  • Land

  • Forests

  • Trade and commerce

  • Tourism,

  • Climate change etc

Marshall islands
Marshall Islands

Coastal Management Advisory Council (CMAC)

  • A cross-sectoral working group of people with a common interest in the development, conservation and management of coastal and marine environment

  • Advisory, coordination and collaboration of national effort

  • Members

    • MIMRA

    • RMI Environment Protection Agency

    • College of Marshall Islands

    • Marshall Islands Visitors Authority

    • Office of Environment Planning and Policy Coordination

    • Marshall Islands Conservation Society

    • Natural Resources Assessments Surveys Marshall Islands

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Marshall Islands

Legal basis (FMOs – Fisheries Management Ordinances)

Moving forward
Moving forward..

  • Continuing community commitment

  • Cooperation and collaboration

    • multi-agency group

    • Funds and resources

    • Staff and activities

  • Various interests

    • donor/national/communities

Some key points
Some key points

  • National CEAFM model/approach/process

    • Traditional/cultural

    • Legal framework

  • Levels of collaboration

    • Local communities

    • Governmental

    • Countries

    • Regional

    • NGOs, government etc…

  • Collaboration and coordination

    • Improved delivery of services

    • Efficiency and cost effective

    • Avoid confusion at community level

    • Improved ecosystem management