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Report on fisheries development in member countries through international aid









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    Arab countries face a number of food security risks due to their high dependence on wheat imports. This study explores ways in which countries can mitigate these risks. The authors evaluate the wheatimport supply chain (WISC) from the unloading port to bulk storage at the flour mill, before the wheat is milled into flour. Existing literature treats isolated topics related to the supply chain, such as strategic storage and the use of financial instruments. This study is unique in that it takes a holistic view of the supply chain by examining how strategic storage, logistics improvements, and procurement strategies can all be used to improve food security.
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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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    Final report 1984
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    This report covers the period from January 1981 when the author joined the Project (RAB/77/008), to his departure in April 1984 during RAB/81/002. Previous to joining the Project, he had visited the site in Port Sudan from 10 to 15 July 1980 and written a report giving the situation and suggesting action to be taken. The background situation described here is based on that report and some alterations made through being able to verify particular points more thoroughly during the three years of my employment in the area. The work was centered at two places at different times: Mohammed Qol and Suakin. The timetable was dictated by the nature of the work. The nature of the work was not affected by the change in the Project’s overall phases.

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