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    Final report 1984
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    The paper presents the final report of the master fisherman who joined the Project (RAB/81/002) during December 1982. His duty station was Port Sudan, with sub-stations at Mohammed Qol and Arakiyia, plus other fishing camps. He replaced the previous master fisherman who had left in August, 1982. His terms of reference with: assisting the Cooperatives in the operation of fishing boats and handling, storing, transporting and marketing their catch; maintaining of the Project boats and fishing equip ment provided to the sub-station, either by the FAO or the Government; designing, constructing and maintaining relevant, improved or new fishing gear; introducing of proven modifications or innovations into the existing fishery, through demonstration and on-the-job training of fishermen and extension workers; continually assessing the fishing situation and conditions in the areas of his activities; identifying technical shortcomings and the needs as felt by the fishermen and their communities, a nd assisting in the formulation of local fishery development activities, taking into account related socio-economic factors and utilization distribution aspects; performing other related duties as identified by himself or the Project manager, and keeping all people concerned continually informed of his activities.
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    Stock assessment for the goldstripe sardinella (Sardinella gibbosa) caught by purse seine from the Gulf of Suez and more southern Red Sea waters 1984
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    The UNDP/FAO Project for the Development of Fisheries in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden RAB/83/028 (previously RAB/77/008 and RAB/81/002) commenced a joint biological study of the Gulf of Suez and Egyptian Red Sea fisheries during late 1979. Emphasis was directed towards the collection and analysis of data relevent to assessing the state of the fish stocks, and providing an improved basis for the management of the fisheries. This report contains the fifth of a series of stock assessments based on these data. It deals with the Goldstripe sardinella which is caught by purse seine principally from the Gulf of Suez, but also from more southern waters off the Egyptian Red Sea coast. During the study period the Goldstripe sardinella contributed up to 15% of the purse seine catches from the Gulf of Suez; and up to 20% of the catches from the more southern ground within and adjacent to Foul Bay.
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    Project proposals to support regional fisheries development
    Red Sea and Gulf of Aden
    1981
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    A brief description of the present fisheries situation in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden area is reviewed in this document. It is indicated that the fisheries is predominantly traditional and that the potential resources offer sufficient scope for increasing much needed fish supplies. Eighteen project proposals are presented covering all main areas of fisheries development. Fifteen of these projects are developmental and the remaining three are intended to be commercially-oriented investment proje cts. The proposals specifically cover fields that most need assistance including training, resource development, marketing, development of small-scale fisheries and statistics. They require 29.3 years of activities at a total cost of about US$ 19 million. The regional approach is used for executing these projects but, implementation on a national basis may be considered. Fisheries development in the area will be dependent on external help and assistance, therefore, these proposals are brought to the attention of donors interested in developing fisheries in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. At present UNDP/FAO/RAB/77/008 is the only regional framework concerned with developing fisheries in the area.

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