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Sherlene Audinett

Friday, 01 July 2016 16:19

Project Details

Funding Agency:

United Nations University Fisheries Training Programme ("UNU-FTP")

Beneficiary Countries:

CRFM Member States

Project Length:

Three years (2016 - 2019)

Financials:

UNU Project Objectives:

 To enhance institutional capacity in fisheries in the Caribbean by providing post-graduate fellowships and short training courses to professionals from the CRFM Member States who are actively working in the fisheries and aquaculture sector.

Update #1

Update #2

Information Note

Final Workshop Programme

Opening Ceremony Programme

Guidelines for preparation of Exercise 1

Guidelines for Exercise 2

 

LECTURE MATERIAL

DAY 1

Fish Market and Marketing

UNU-FTP and CRFM Cooperation 2005-2016

Importance of Fisheries Sector including Trade in Fish & Seafood

 Day 2

Fish Processing, Product Development and Utilization

Development of the Icelandic Value Chain

Supply Demand and Price Determination

Theories of Value Chains

Smoked Bonito Value Chain

Day 3

Evaluating and developing a Market-driven value chain 

Day 4

Value  Chain Analysis

Tilapia Case Study in Trinidad and Tobago

 Day 5

Comparison of Value Chain Performance

 

Resource Document

Below is the Links to the documents:

1.  FARNET Adding Value To Local Fisheries Guide-3 (EN)

2.   Value Chain Handbook

3.   Value Chain Analysis Of The Artisanal Fisheries Mauritius

4.    Value Chain Analysis Methodologies

5.    Revised Value Chain Approaches In Fisheries Planning (Policy_Brief)

6.    Value Chain Dynamics And The Small Scale Sector

 7.   ACP Manual On Value Chain Analysis And Promotion (Part 1)

8.    Caribbean Roots And Tubers VCA Manual September 2015.

9.    CTA FAO Caribbean Value Chain Analysis Case Studies 2014

10.   Fish Value Chain Myanmar 2015

11.   Iton Moonsammy And Marine Choice Of Place Fish Buying 2015

12.   Lem IIFAT ValueChain Article

13.   Manual SA-4.1-B20.1-39 MAURITIUS

14.   Value Chain Analysis Malawi

15.   ACP Manual On Value Chain Analysis And Promotion Part-1

16.   ACP Manual On Value Chain Analysis And Promotion Part-2

17.   Agricultural Value Chain Guide For The Pacific Island

18.   Promoting Regional Trade and Agribusiness Development in the Caribbean: Case Studies on Linking Fisheries To Tourism-Related market

 The University of the West Indies, Mona has received financing from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), toward the cost of the Investment Plan for the Caribbean Regional Track of the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services.

The consulting services (“the Services”) include: (i) developing and testing an ICT-based Early Warning and Emergency Response System (EWERS) for fishers (at sea), including the respective system’s e-services, and; (ii) conducting the requisite training in the use and administration of the system.  

 The University of the West Indies, through its Mona Office for Research and Innovation, now invites eligible consulting firms (“Consultants”) to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. 

 Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below (in person, by mail or by e-mail) by 27th May 2016. Click here for further details.

 

Mona Office for Research and Innovation

Attn: Erica Haughton- Procurement Officer

First Floor, Assembly Hall Building

The University of the West Indies

Tel: 1-876-970-3175 ● 1-876-935-8192

E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

 Applications are invited from interested and suitably qualified individuals to fill the position of CLME+ Communications Specialist with assigned duty station in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia where he/she will work with the CLME+ Project Coordination Unit. 

Expression of interest in English Language, with full curriculum details, including nationality, work experience, educational qualifications, summary of professional skills and/or expertise, list of professional publications, coordinates (including  telephone and e-mail addresses) of three referees (at least two of whom must be familiar with the applicant’s work), and other relevant information, should be addressed to the Executive Director, CRFM Secretariat, Belize City, Belize, and sent by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

The successful candidate will have a minimum qualification of an advanced university degree or equivalent qualification in communication, social science, journalism or related studies, and 5 years of relevant experience in public outreach and promotional work and must be able to work in both English and Spanish.

An initial contract of one-year duration will be issued to the successful candidate in the first instance.  The contract may be extended upon satisfactory performance, up to the end of the CLME+ Project in December 2019.

The deadline for submission of applications is Friday 1 April 2016.

Please refer to the attched Terms of Reference for further details.

Friday, 13 November 2015 11:46

CARIFICO Outputs

Report of CRFM / CARIFICO Seminar: Strengthening Fisheries Co-Management in the Region. CRFM Technical & Advisory Document No. 2017/4

Co-Management of FAD Fisheries - A Socio-Economic Analysis of Off-Shore Fishers Residing on CARIFICO Member Islands 

Project “Fish in Ice”: Illustrated Manual on Ice Box Construction on Fishing Vessel. CRFM Special Publication No. 17 

Project “Fish in Ice”: Illustrated Manual on Ice Box Construction on Fishing Vessel. CRFM Special Publication No. 18

Manual of Best Practices in Fisheries that uses Moored Fish Aggregating Devices: FAD Design, Construction and Deployment. CRFM Special Publication No. 6. Vol. I (English Version)

 Manual of Best Practices in Fisheries that uses Moored Fish Aggregating Devices: FAD Design, Construction and Deployment. CRFM Special Publication No. 6. Vol. I (French Version)

Manual of Best Practices in Fisheries that use Fish Aggregating Devices: Maintaining Good Quality of FAD-Caught Fish: From the point of capture to the point of sale. CRFM Special Publication No. 6, Vol. II (English Version)

Manual of Best Practices in Fisheries that use Fish Aggregating Devices: Maintaining Good Quality of FAD-Caught Fish: From the point of capture to the point of sale. CRFM Special Publication No. 6, Vol. II (French Version)

2015 Draft Sub-Regional Management Plan for FAD Fisheries in the Eastern Caribbean (Stakeholder Working Document).CRFM Technical & Advisory Document 2015 / 05

 Report of Write-shop on FAD Fisheries Management. Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, 23 - 25 June 2015. CRFM Technical & Advisory Document No. 2015 / 04

Developing a Model Logbook for FAD Fisheries in the Eastern CaribbeanCRFM Technical and Advisory Document No. 2015 / 2

FAD Fishery Model LogbookCRFM Special Punlication No. 4.

Review of Fisheries Data Collection Systems in Selected CRFM Member States and Recommendations of Integrated FAD Fisheries. CRFM Technical and Advisory Document No. 2014 / 8

CRFM / CARIFICO Regional Workshop on FAD Management.CRFM Technical & Advisory Document No. 2014 / 7

Report of Fisheries Seminar Series for Japan-CARICOM Friendship 2014. CRFM Technical & Advisory Document, No. 2014 / 06

Report of CRFM - JICA CARIFICO / WECAFC - IFREMER MAGDELESA Workshop on FAD Fishery Management - CRFM Technical & Advisory Document No. 2013 / 9

Report of the CRFM / JICA Fish Aggregating Devices (FAD) Management Workshop for OECS Countries, 13 March 2013, Roseau, Dominica. CRFM Technical and Advisory Document  No. 2013 / 5

JICA / CRFM Workshop: Promoting the Development of Good Practices for Fisheries Management and Development.  CRFM Technical and Advisory Document No. 2012 / 11 

Report of the CRFM / JICA Master Plan Dissemination Workshop, 16 - 17 January 2012, St. Lucia.  CRFM Technical and Advisory Document No. 2012 / 02

 

Tuesday, 08 September 2015 12:01

JICA Project Outputs

Date Author     Title
       

2015 Draft Sub-Regional Management Plan for FAD Fisheries in the Eastern Caribbean (Stakeholder Working Document).CRFM Technical & Advisory Document 2015 / 05

ISBN: 978-976-8257-15-4

2015 CRFM    

Report of Write-shop on FAD Fisheries Management. Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, 23 - 25 June 2015. CRFM Technical & Advisory Document No. 2015 / 04

ISBN: 978-976-8257-13-0

       

Developing a Model Logbook for FAD Fisheries in the Eastern CaribbeanCRFM Technical and Advisory Document No. 2015 / 2

       

FAD Fishery Model LogbookCRFM Special Punlication No. 4.

2014 CRFM  

 

Review of Fisheries Data Collection Systems in Selected CRFM Member States and Recommendations of Integrated FAD Fisheries. CRFM Technical and Advisory Document No. 2014 / 8

ISBN: 978-976-8257-05-5

2014 CRFM

 

 

CRFM / CARIFICO Regional Workshop on FAD Management.CRFM Technical & Advisory Document No. 2014 / 7

ISBN: 978-976-8257-09-3

   

 

 

Report of Fisheries Seminar Series for Japan-CARICOM Friendship 2014. CRFM Technical & Advisory Document, No. 2014 / 6

ISBN: 978-976-8257-04-8

2013 CRFM

 

 

REPORT OF CRFM - JICA CARIFICO / WECAFC - IFREMER MAGDELESA Workshop on FAD Fishery Management - CRFM Technical & Advisory Document No. 2013 / 9

ISBN: 978-976-8165-81-7

2013 CRFM

 

 

Report of the CRFM / JICA Fish Aggregating Devices (FAD) Management Workshop for OECS Countries, 13 March 2013, Roseau, Dominica. CRFM Technical and Advisory Document  No. 2013 / 5

ISBN: 978-976-8165-73-2

2012 CRFM    

JICA / CRFM Workshop: Promoting the Development of Good Practices for Fisheries Management and Development.  CRFM Technical and Advisory Document No. 2012 / 11

ISBN: 978-976-8165-59-6

 

2012 CRFM

 

 

Report of the CRFM / JICA Master Plan Dissemination Workshop, 16 - 17 January 2012, St. Lucia.  CRFM Technical and Advisory Document No. 2012 / 2

ISBN# 978-976-8165-42-8

2012 CRFM

 

 

Promoting the Development of Good Practices for Quality Assurance and Marketing of Fish and Fish Products, 15 - 17 February 2012, St. Vincent and the Grenadines. CRFM Technical and Advisory Document No. 2012 / 1

ISBN:978-976-8165-47-3

2012 CRFM

 

 

Study on the Formulation of a Master Plan on the Sustainable Use of Fisheries Resource for Coastal Community Development in the Caribbean Final Report

2011 CRFM

 

 

CARICOM/CRFM/JICA Second Regional Workshop on Aquaculture Development Planning . CRFM Technical & Advisory Document No. 2011 / 4

ISBN: 978-976-8165-44-2

2011 CRFM

 

 

CARICOM / CRFM / JICA First Regional Workshop on Aquaculture Development Planning, CRFM Technical and Advisory Document - No. 2011 / 3

ISBN: 978-976-8165-41-1

2009 JICA     Inception Report - Study on Formulation of Master Plan on Sustainable Use of Fisheries Resources for Coastal Community Development in the Caribbean
         
         

Social protection exists when governments develop policies and programmes to address economic, environmental and social vulnerabilities to food insecurity and poverty. The Caribbean Community Common Fisheries Policy (CCCFP) is one such policy which Caribbean Countries believe can help to enhance the income, status and capacities of fisherfolk; thus, enabling them to sustainably provide for themselves and their family members.

By stimulating improved fisheries management and production, the CCCFP can contribute to social protection in fishing communities, which provides greater income stability and ability to manage risk, thus contributing to reducing poverty and food insecurity in the longer-term.

Fisherman’s Day 2015 is an occasion to focus the region’s attention on the crucial role that can be played by the CCCFP in eradicating hunger and poverty.

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