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Report of the Regional Workshop on the Precautionary Approach to Fishery Management - BOBP\REP\82

Medan, Indonesia; 25-28 February, 1997









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    This document records the recommendations of the 20th Meeting of the Advisory Committee of the Bay of Bengal Programme for Coastal Fisheries Management (BOBP), held 26-29 March 1996, in Pulau Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia. The document 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 1995 and evaluate the progress that was made. Work plans for 1996, where applicable, have been indicated. The report was prepared at the end of 1995 and presented to the 20th Meeting of the Advisory Committee. The Advisory Committee is composed of member countries, agencies funding BOBP projects, and the FAO. The Committee meets once a year in member-countries on a rotational basis.
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    This document records the recommendations of the 22nd Meeting of the Advisory Committee of the Bay of Bengal Programme (BOBP). The meeting was held on 23-24 September 1997, in New Delhi, India, in conjunction with the meeting of the 10th session of the Bay of Bengal Committee (the Indian Ocean Fishery Commission’s Committee for the Development and Management of Fisheries in the Bay of Bengal). The document contains an Interim Progress Report for 1997 (February - August 1997) of the BOBP, an d a regional workplan for 1997 - 1999. It also contains Project Factsheets that describe the progress of activities carried out in each country under the Coastal Fisheries Management Project during the Programme’s third phase (1995, 1996 and 1997). The Advisory Committe is composed of member-countries, agencies funding BOBP Projects, and the FAO. The Committee usually meets once a year by rotation in member-countries.
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    Report of the National Workshop on the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries - BOBP/REP/90
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    For bibliographic purposes, this document should be cited as Yadava, YS (ed), Report of the National Workshop on the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries, 29-30 September, 2000, Chennai, India, BOBP Report No. 90. Pages 166. The Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries is one of the most important international instruments devised for wholesale management of the living aquatic resources of our planet. The Code is an outcome of several contemporary global initiatives, which expressed c oncern about the overexploitation of important fish stocks, damage to the ecosystems, economic losses, and issues affecting the fish trade. As a first step toward promoting implementation of the Code ofConduct for Responsible Fisheries in India, a National Workshop for coastal States and Union Territories was organized by the Bay of Bengal Programme (BOBP) in association with the Government of India at Chennai during 29-30 September 2000. The objectives of the Workshop were to fully familia rise government functionaries with the elements of the Code and the technical guidelines that have been prepared by FAO to assist member-countries in implementing the Code. The National Workshop brought together senior fisheries administrators working with the Union Ministry of Agriculture and the State and Union Territory Governments, scientists and experts from fisheries institutions, and representatives from national and international NGOs. The Workshop, saw an enthusiastic participation by 43 de’egates and incidentally, it was the first occasion when senior fisheries administrators from the Union and the coastal States and Union Territories had assembled to discuss the Code and arrive at an implementable plan of action. For many of the participants, the Workshop also marked the first systematic exposure to the Code of Conduct.

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