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Strengthening Institutional Capacities for Sustainable Fisheries Management in the Western-Central Mediterranean - GCP/INT/028/SPA








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    Various scientific studies have shown that many fish populations in the Mediterranean are subject to excessive exploitation, with signs of overfishing and overcapacity, degradation of living resources, loss of income for fishers, and reduction of marine resources in certain areas. Against this background, Phase II of the CopeMed project (the first phase was implemented from 1996 to 2005) aimed to strengthen science-based fisheries management through enhanced technical-scientific capacities, and the promotion of scientific cooperation among participating countries in the central and western Mediterranean subregions. The current project, which represented the ninth year of the second phase, aimed to consolidate and build on the achievements obtained so far. The participating countries were Algeria, France, Italy, Libya, Malta, Morocco, Spain and Tunisia.
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    Fisheries management in the Mediterranean is complex for several reasons, including, among others, fishing overcapacity; different levels of information development, in particular for biological and socio economic data that were neither readily available nor standardized; insufficient and weak legal aspects and measures for monitoring, surveillance and control activities; and inadequate institutional frameworks for subregional fisheries management. Against this background, Phase II of the CopeMed project (the first phase was implemented from 1996 to 2005) sought to strengthen science based fisheries management through enhanced technical scientific capacities, and the promotion of scientific cooperation among participating countries in the central and western Mediterranean subregions . The participation of all stakeholders in the fisheries management process was not yet sufficient. Therefore, the current project, representing the tenth year of the second phase, aimed to strengthen regional cooperation, in support to the sustainable management of fisheries, in particular in three target countries, Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia; as well as to consolidate and build on the achievements obtained so far.
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