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Minutes of the Joint Meeting of the EAF-Nansen Project Regional Steering Committees.








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    Minutes of the MEETING OF THE EAF–NANSEN PROJECT REGIONAL STEERING COMMITTEE FOR THE BENGUELA CURRENT COMMISSION AREA. Windhoek, Namibia, 29 September 2009 2010
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    The first meeting of the EAF-Nansen project Regional Steering Committee for the Benguela Current Commission (BCC) area was held at the UNDP offices in Windhoek, Namibia on 29th September 2009. The meeting was attended by representatives from South Africa, Namibia, Angola and also the BCC, FAO and IMR (Institute of Marine Research, Bergen). Namibia and Angola were elected chair and vice Chair respectively. Moses Maurihungirire Director, Resource Management of the Ministry of Fisheries a nd Marine Resources of Namibia chaired the meeting; he was assisted by Kumbi Nsingui Kilongo of the National Institute of Fisheries Research of Angola. The meeting was started with an overview of the EAF-Nansen project by the Project Coordinator who also elaborated on the basic principles of the ecosystem approach to fisheries (EAF). Activities and achievements under each component of the project were presented and discussed. Also presented were the project management structure, ecos ystem survey activities under the project, the mid-tern review of the EAF-Nansen project and the work plan for 2010. Special mention was made of the three projects that the EAF-Nansen project will be implementing with the BCC. On the last issue it was noted that considering the proposed budgets of the projects and the provision made by the BCC Ecosystem Advisory Committee, cost sharing or co-financing will be necessary for successful implementation of the EAF-Nansen/BCC projects. T he recommendations compiled in the course of the meeting were discussed and adopted by the members.
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    Minutes of the Meeting of the EAF-Nansen Project Regional Steering Committee for the CECAF-South area
    Accra, Ghana, 29 October 2009
    2012
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    The first meeting of the EAF-Nansen Project Regional Steering Committee for the CECAFSouth area was held at the Miklin Hotel in Accra, Ghana on 29 October 2009. The meeting was attended by representatives from Benin, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Nigeria, Republic of Congo, Liberia, Sao Tome and Principe, Sierra Leone and Togo. There were also representatives of the African Union Strategic Partnership for the Fisheries Investment Fund, the Subregion al Fishery Committee for the West Central Gulf of Guinea (FCWC) and FAO. Mr Séraphin Nadjé Dedi, Secretary-General of the FCWC and Mr Frederick Adeyemi, Ag. Director of Fisheries of Nigeria, were elected Chair and Vice Chair respectively. The meeting started with an overview of the EAF-Nansen Project by the project coordinator who also elaborated on the basic principles of the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries (EAF). Activities and achievements under each component of the project were presented an d discussed. Also presented were the project management structure, ecosystem survey activities under the project, the mid-term review of the EAF-Nansen Project and the work plan for 2010. Many committee members bemoaned the fact that the region appears to have fallen behind in the implementation of the EAF-Nansen project. The problem that the Guinea Current Large Marine Ecosystem (GCLME) project has faced and the effect on the countries as a result of lack of surveys by the Norwegian R/V DR. FRI DTJOF NANSEN in the region was also raised. The recommendations compiled in the course of the meeting were discussed and adopted by the members.
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    Compte-rendu de la Réunion conjointe des Comités directeur régionaux du projet EAF-Nansen 2012
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    La première réunion conjointe des Comités directeurs régionaux du projet EAF-Nansen s’est tenue à l'hôtel Novotel à Accra, au Ghana le 24 mars 2011. Les représentants des quatre comités directeur régionaux étaient présents à la réunion, à savoir la zone COPACE Nord, COPACE Sud, BCC et CPSOOI et des projets partenaires également, l'Institut de recherche marine et la FAO. MM. Paul Bannerman (Ghana) et Guy Rerambyath (Gabon) ont été élus Président et Vice- Président respectivement. Le Coordonnateur de projet du projet EAF-Nansen a présenté une mise à jour de l'état d'avancement du projet. Les activités et réalisations au titre de chaque composante du projet ont été présentées et discutées. Une attention particulière a été accordée aux projets des pays sur l’Approche écosystémique des pêches (AEP) et à leurs réalisations, au renforcement des capacités et en particulier aux cours sur l’AEP organisés en partenariat avec les universités africaines. La réunion a aussi passé en revue les sites des campagnes du N/R DR FRIDTJOF NANSEN menées sur l'écosystème en collaboration avec les partenaires du projets, et évoqué la Cinquième réunion annuelle Norad/FAO/IMR qui s'est tenue à Accra avant la réunion conjointe des Comités directeur. Il a été rapporté que la Norad a exprimé sa satisfaction sur la mise en oeuvre du projet et a indiqué que le projet se poursuivra lorsque la première phase touchera à sa fin en décembre 2011, l'Afrique restant au centre du projet. Les participants ont félici té le projet pour les progrès accomplis dans la mise en oeuvre et les diverses activités entreprises. Les recommandations rassemblées dans le cadre de la réunion ont été discutées et adoptées par les participants.
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    Minutes of the MEETING OF THE EAF–NANSEN PROJECT REGIONAL STEERING COMMITTEE FOR THE BENGUELA CURRENT COMMISSION AREA. Windhoek, Namibia, 29 September 2009 2010
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    The first meeting of the EAF-Nansen project Regional Steering Committee for the Benguela Current Commission (BCC) area was held at the UNDP offices in Windhoek, Namibia on 29th September 2009. The meeting was attended by representatives from South Africa, Namibia, Angola and also the BCC, FAO and IMR (Institute of Marine Research, Bergen). Namibia and Angola were elected chair and vice Chair respectively. Moses Maurihungirire Director, Resource Management of the Ministry of Fisheries a nd Marine Resources of Namibia chaired the meeting; he was assisted by Kumbi Nsingui Kilongo of the National Institute of Fisheries Research of Angola. The meeting was started with an overview of the EAF-Nansen project by the Project Coordinator who also elaborated on the basic principles of the ecosystem approach to fisheries (EAF). Activities and achievements under each component of the project were presented and discussed. Also presented were the project management structure, ecos ystem survey activities under the project, the mid-tern review of the EAF-Nansen project and the work plan for 2010. Special mention was made of the three projects that the EAF-Nansen project will be implementing with the BCC. On the last issue it was noted that considering the proposed budgets of the projects and the provision made by the BCC Ecosystem Advisory Committee, cost sharing or co-financing will be necessary for successful implementation of the EAF-Nansen/BCC projects. T he recommendations compiled in the course of the meeting were discussed and adopted by the members.
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    Minutes of the Meeting of the EAF-Nansen Project Regional Steering Committee for the CECAF-South area
    Accra, Ghana, 29 October 2009
    2012
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    The first meeting of the EAF-Nansen Project Regional Steering Committee for the CECAFSouth area was held at the Miklin Hotel in Accra, Ghana on 29 October 2009. The meeting was attended by representatives from Benin, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Nigeria, Republic of Congo, Liberia, Sao Tome and Principe, Sierra Leone and Togo. There were also representatives of the African Union Strategic Partnership for the Fisheries Investment Fund, the Subregion al Fishery Committee for the West Central Gulf of Guinea (FCWC) and FAO. Mr Séraphin Nadjé Dedi, Secretary-General of the FCWC and Mr Frederick Adeyemi, Ag. Director of Fisheries of Nigeria, were elected Chair and Vice Chair respectively. The meeting started with an overview of the EAF-Nansen Project by the project coordinator who also elaborated on the basic principles of the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries (EAF). Activities and achievements under each component of the project were presented an d discussed. Also presented were the project management structure, ecosystem survey activities under the project, the mid-term review of the EAF-Nansen Project and the work plan for 2010. Many committee members bemoaned the fact that the region appears to have fallen behind in the implementation of the EAF-Nansen project. The problem that the Guinea Current Large Marine Ecosystem (GCLME) project has faced and the effect on the countries as a result of lack of surveys by the Norwegian R/V DR. FRI DTJOF NANSEN in the region was also raised. The recommendations compiled in the course of the meeting were discussed and adopted by the members.
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    Compte-rendu de la Réunion conjointe des Comités directeur régionaux du projet EAF-Nansen 2012
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    La première réunion conjointe des Comités directeurs régionaux du projet EAF-Nansen s’est tenue à l'hôtel Novotel à Accra, au Ghana le 24 mars 2011. Les représentants des quatre comités directeur régionaux étaient présents à la réunion, à savoir la zone COPACE Nord, COPACE Sud, BCC et CPSOOI et des projets partenaires également, l'Institut de recherche marine et la FAO. MM. Paul Bannerman (Ghana) et Guy Rerambyath (Gabon) ont été élus Président et Vice- Président respectivement. Le Coordonnateur de projet du projet EAF-Nansen a présenté une mise à jour de l'état d'avancement du projet. Les activités et réalisations au titre de chaque composante du projet ont été présentées et discutées. Une attention particulière a été accordée aux projets des pays sur l’Approche écosystémique des pêches (AEP) et à leurs réalisations, au renforcement des capacités et en particulier aux cours sur l’AEP organisés en partenariat avec les universités africaines. La réunion a aussi passé en revue les sites des campagnes du N/R DR FRIDTJOF NANSEN menées sur l'écosystème en collaboration avec les partenaires du projets, et évoqué la Cinquième réunion annuelle Norad/FAO/IMR qui s'est tenue à Accra avant la réunion conjointe des Comités directeur. Il a été rapporté que la Norad a exprimé sa satisfaction sur la mise en oeuvre du projet et a indiqué que le projet se poursuivra lorsque la première phase touchera à sa fin en décembre 2011, l'Afrique restant au centre du projet. Les participants ont félici té le projet pour les progrès accomplis dans la mise en oeuvre et les diverses activités entreprises. Les recommandations rassemblées dans le cadre de la réunion ont été discutées et adoptées par les participants.

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