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国际手工渔业和水产养殖年








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    国际手工渔业和水产养殖年 2022 2020
    联合国大会宣布2022年为国际手工渔业和水产养殖年(IYAFA 2022)。为庆祝IYAFA 2022,粮农组织作为牵头机构与联合国相关组织以及其他伙伴展开合作。IYAFA 2022是对数以百万计的小规模渔民、养殖渔民和渔业工作者的重要认可,他们为数十亿人提供了健康营养的食品,并为实现零饥饿做出了贡献。 庆祝IYAFA 2022的目标具有双重性。国际年旨在将全世界的注意力集中在小规模渔民、养殖渔民和渔业工作者在粮食安全和营养、消除贫困和可持续自然资源利用中所发挥的作用,从而增进全球了解,加强行动,为其提供支持。
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    International Year of Artisanal Fisheries and Aquaculture 2022 - Visual identity guidelines for graphic designers
    Second edition
    2022
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    The United Nations General Assembly has declared 2022 the International Year of Artisanal Fisheries and Aquaculture (IYAFA 2022). The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is the lead agency for celebrating the year in collaboration with other relevant organizations and bodies of the United Nations system. Small-scale artisanal fishers and fish farmers produce a large portion of this food, and as such, IYAFA 2022 is an opportunity to highlight the importance of small-scale artisanal fisheries and aquaculture for our food systems, livelihoods, culture and the environment. These visual identity guidelines were designed to support all stakeholders that want to take part in activities and events related to IYAFA 2022. Therefore, for consistency, when using the IYAFA 2022 visual identity you must always comply with these visual identity guidelines.
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    FAO Aquaculture News, May 2022 - No. 65 2022
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    The FAO Aquaculture News (FAN) is issued twice a year by the FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Division. It presents articles and views from the FAO aquaculture programme and discusses various aspects of aquaculture as seen from the perspective of both headquarters and the field programme. Articles are contributed by FAO staff from within and outside the Fisheries and Aquaculture Division, from FAO regional offices and field projects, by FAO consultants and by invitation from other sources. FAN is distributed free of charge to various institutions, scientists, planners and managers in Member countries. This Special Issue of FAN is dedicated to the International Year of Artisanal Fisheries and Aquaculture 2022 (IYAFA), with each article considering IYAFA and small-scale aquaculture from different contexts. This includes an article on the upcoming FAO Sub-Committee on Aquaculture (COFI:AQ), immediately followed by an editorial from the vice-chair of the IYAFA International Steering Committee on why IYAFA is important to the COFI:AQ. This issue also includes a global update from the IYAFA Secretariat, and updates from the IYAFA regional steering committees in Latin America and the Caribbean and Africa. Several articles provide information on FAO national projects in Nigeria, Tunisia and Uzbekistan, as well as two regional articles from Asia. Finally, there are a series of thematic articles, covering issues ranging from the value chain approach to aquatic genetic resources to gender, andwith each thematic discussion presents its context through the lens of small-scale aquaculture.

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