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Report of the Tenth Meeting of the Advisory Committee. Male, Maldives, February 17-18, 1986 - BOBP/REP/26









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    Report of the Eleventh Meeting of the Advisory Committee - BOBP/REP/38
    Bangkok, Thailand, March 26-28,1987.
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    This document records the recommendations of the Eleventh Meeting of the Advisory Committee of the Bay of Bengal Programme for Fisheries Development (BOBP) held March 26-28, in Bangkok, Thailand. The meeting was held in conjunction with the Fifth Session of the Bay of Bengal Committee (Indian Ocean Fishery Commission’s Committee for the Management and Development of Fisheries in the Bay of Bengal). The main component of the Bay of Bengal Programme is a small-scale fisheries project, wh ich was funded entirely by SIDA during the period 1979-1986, and covered five countries- Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Thailand. From 1987 a new project is being funded jointly by DANIDA and SIDA, and covers seven countries- Indonesia and Maldives in addition to the five countries mentioned earlier. The aims of the project are to develop, demonstrate and promote methodologies and technologies to improve the conditions of small-scale fisherfolk in member countries. During earl ier years, the BOBP’s Advisory Committee was concerned with the small-scale fisheries project alone. From 1987, the Advisory Committee will concern itself with all components of the BOBP. The BOBP’s Advisory Committee is composed of member-countries, agencies funding the BOBP’s projects and the FAO, The committee meets once a year in the participating countries on a rotational basis.
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    Report of the Ninth Meeting of the Advisory Committee. Bangkok, Thailand, February 25-26, 1985 - BOBP/REP/22 1985
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    This document is the report of the ninth meeting of the Advisory Committee of the Project for Small-Scale Fisheries Development of the Bay of Bengal Programme (BOBP). The meeting was hosted by the Government of Thailand and was held in Bangkok, February 25-26, 1985. The meeting constituted a session of the third meeting of the Committee for the Development and Management of Fisheries in the Bay of Bengal (briefly Bay of Bengal Committee or BOBC) held from February 25 to March 1. This report is therefore an extract of the proceedings of the BOBC meeting. (The full report of the BOBC meeting is being published under the FAO fisheries report series by the FAO headquarters.) The report records the deliberations and conclusions of the Advisory Committee meeting.lt includes a description and analysis of progress made by the project in 1984, the sixth year of operation. It may therefore serve as a source of reference to officials of fisheries agencies of member countries and to donor ag encies. It may also interest other institutions and individuals engaged in small-scale fisheries development, particularly in the Bay of Bengal region.
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    Report of the Fifteenth Meeting of the Advisory Committee. - BOBP/REP/48
    Colombo, Sri Lanka; January 28-30, 1991
    1991
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    This document records the recommendations of the 15th meeting of the Advisory Committee of the Bay of Bengal Programme for Fisheries Development (BOBP), held 28 - 30 January at Colombo, Sri Lanka. The document also contains the annual reports (or status reports) of the projects in the Programme. These reports briefly recapitulate the objectives and status of the activities, describe the work and achievements during 1990, assess the progress and indicate the work plan for 1991. The reports w ere prepared at the end of 1990 and presented to the 15th meeting of the Advisory Committee. The Bay of Bengal Programme (BOBP) is a regional fisheries programme which covers seven countries around the Bay of Bengal - Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldives, Sri Lanka and Thailand. The Programme plays a catalytic and consultative role : it develops, demonstrates and promotes new techniques, technologies or ideas to help improve the conditions of small-scale fisherfolk communities i n membercountries. The BOBP is sponsored by the governments of Denmark, Sweden and the United Kingdom, by member-governments in the Bay of Bengal region, and also by UNFPA (United Nations Population Fund), AGFUND (Arab Gulf Fund for United Nations Development Organizations) and UNDP (United Nations Development Programme). The main executing agency is the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations). The BOBP’s Advisory Committee is composed of member countries, agencie s funding BOBP projects, and the FAO. The committee meets once a year in member-countries on a rotational basis

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