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Supporting the Strategic Reorientation of the CECAF and Implementing the Eighth Session of its Scientific Sub-Committee - GCP/RAF/509/EC









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    Soutien à la réorientation stratégique du COPACE et à l’organisation de la huitième session de son Sous-Comité scientifique - GCP/RAF/509/EC 2020
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    The CECAF was established by FAO to promote the sustainability of fisheries resources in its mandate area through the formulation and dissemination of scientific advice and the management of fisheries and fishing operations. It was decided at a meeting of CECAF Member States that an analysis of the functioning of the Committee was necessary, in order to improve it. This project was designed to meet this need through an independent study, which included a cost-benefit analysis (CBA), and to support the organization of the Eighth Session of the SSC of the CECAF. The interventions that took place under the project aligned with Africa’s Regional Initiative 2 (Sustainable production intensification and value chain development), as well as FAO’s Strategic Objective 2 (Make agriculture, forestry and fisheries more productive and sustainable), and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2 (Zero hunger), 6 (Clean water and sanitation), 13 (Climate action) and 14 (Life below water).
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    Report of the Eighth Session of the Scientific Sub-Committee of the Fishery Committee for the Eastern Central Atlantic, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, 23–26 October 2018 / Rapport de la huitième session du Sous-Comité scientifique du Comité des pêches pour l’Atlantique Centre-Est, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, 23–26 octobre 2018 2019
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    This document is the final report of the eighth session of the Scientific Sub-Committee of the Fishery Committee for the Eastern Central Atlantic (CECAF), which was held in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire from 23 to 26 October 2018. The SSC was immediately preceeded by a one-day meeting, on 22 October, on the EAF-Nansen Programme and upcoming survey related activities in the CECAF region. Major topics discussed were: (i) the reports of the assessment Working Groups on small pelagics and demersal species, as presented by the subgroups, and the report of the artisanal fisheries Working Group; (ii) fishery management advice in the CECAF region; (iii) reporting on the state of resources for the CECAF area and considerations for a revised advice framework; (iv) overview and coordination of ongoing research activities; (v) CECAF-FIRMS fisheries inventories; (vi) overview of CECAF statistics; (vii) deep-sea fisheries and vulnerable marine ecosystems; (viii) report of work of other projects/programmes in the CECAF region, report of work of research institutions or scientific groups in CECAF member countries; and (ix) future programme of work in the region. Le présent document constitue le rapport final de la huitième session du sous-comité scientifique du Comité des pêches pour l'Atlantique Centre-Est (COPACE), qui s'est tenue à Abidjan, en Côte d'Ivoire, du 23 au 26 octobre 2018. La session a été précédée d’une réunion d’une journée, le 22 octobre, sur le programme EAF-Nansen et les activités relatives aux enquêtes à venir dans la région du COPACE. Les principaux sujets de discussion ont été les suivants: (i) les rapports des groupes de travail sur l'évaluation des petits pélagiques et des espèces démersales, présentés par les sous-groupes, et le rapport du groupe de travail sur la pêche artisanale; ii) avis de gestion de la pêche dans la région du COPACE; (iii) rendre compte de l'état des ressources pour la zone COPACE et des considérations pour un cadre d'avis révisé; (iv) aperçu et coordination des activités de recherche en cours; (v) inventaires des pêcheries CECAF-FIRMS; vi) aperçu des statistiques du COPACE; vii) pêche hauturière et écosystèmes marins vulnérables; viii) rapport sur les travaux d'autres projets / programmes dans la région du COPACE, rapport sur les travaux d'institutions de recherche ou de groupes scientifiques dans les pays membres du COPACE; et (ix) programme de travail futur dans la région.
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    Strengthening Fisheries Management Regional Processes in the Fishery Committee for the Eastern Central Atlantic Region - GCP/RAF/522/EC 2024
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    FAO established the Fishery Committee for the Eastern Central Atlantic (CECAF) to promote the sustainable use of living marine resources within its area of jurisdiction, through the proper management and development of fisheries and fishing operations. The Scientific Sub-Committee (SSC) supports the CECAF in reviewing the outcomes and recommendations of the fisheries working groups, to formulate scientific advice for improved management and recommendations for future actions. From previous SSC sessions it emerged that CECAF’s performance was not meeting the expectations of its member nations. In view of this, an independent cost-benefit analysis (CBA) study was conducted, aimed at restructuring the CECAF to improve its delivery to members. The general objective of this European Union-funded project was to contribute to strengthening fisheries management regional processes in the CECAF region, by supporting the organization of the CECAF intersessional follow-up meeting on the outcomes of the independent CBA study, as well as the implementation of the Ninth Session of the SSC.
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    Soutien à la réorientation stratégique du COPACE et à l’organisation de la huitième session de son Sous-Comité scientifique - GCP/RAF/509/EC 2020
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    The CECAF was established by FAO to promote the sustainability of fisheries resources in its mandate area through the formulation and dissemination of scientific advice and the management of fisheries and fishing operations. It was decided at a meeting of CECAF Member States that an analysis of the functioning of the Committee was necessary, in order to improve it. This project was designed to meet this need through an independent study, which included a cost-benefit analysis (CBA), and to support the organization of the Eighth Session of the SSC of the CECAF. The interventions that took place under the project aligned with Africa’s Regional Initiative 2 (Sustainable production intensification and value chain development), as well as FAO’s Strategic Objective 2 (Make agriculture, forestry and fisheries more productive and sustainable), and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2 (Zero hunger), 6 (Clean water and sanitation), 13 (Climate action) and 14 (Life below water).
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    Report of the Eighth Session of the Scientific Sub-Committee of the Fishery Committee for the Eastern Central Atlantic, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, 23–26 October 2018 / Rapport de la huitième session du Sous-Comité scientifique du Comité des pêches pour l’Atlantique Centre-Est, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, 23–26 octobre 2018 2019
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    This document is the final report of the eighth session of the Scientific Sub-Committee of the Fishery Committee for the Eastern Central Atlantic (CECAF), which was held in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire from 23 to 26 October 2018. The SSC was immediately preceeded by a one-day meeting, on 22 October, on the EAF-Nansen Programme and upcoming survey related activities in the CECAF region. Major topics discussed were: (i) the reports of the assessment Working Groups on small pelagics and demersal species, as presented by the subgroups, and the report of the artisanal fisheries Working Group; (ii) fishery management advice in the CECAF region; (iii) reporting on the state of resources for the CECAF area and considerations for a revised advice framework; (iv) overview and coordination of ongoing research activities; (v) CECAF-FIRMS fisheries inventories; (vi) overview of CECAF statistics; (vii) deep-sea fisheries and vulnerable marine ecosystems; (viii) report of work of other projects/programmes in the CECAF region, report of work of research institutions or scientific groups in CECAF member countries; and (ix) future programme of work in the region. Le présent document constitue le rapport final de la huitième session du sous-comité scientifique du Comité des pêches pour l'Atlantique Centre-Est (COPACE), qui s'est tenue à Abidjan, en Côte d'Ivoire, du 23 au 26 octobre 2018. La session a été précédée d’une réunion d’une journée, le 22 octobre, sur le programme EAF-Nansen et les activités relatives aux enquêtes à venir dans la région du COPACE. Les principaux sujets de discussion ont été les suivants: (i) les rapports des groupes de travail sur l'évaluation des petits pélagiques et des espèces démersales, présentés par les sous-groupes, et le rapport du groupe de travail sur la pêche artisanale; ii) avis de gestion de la pêche dans la région du COPACE; (iii) rendre compte de l'état des ressources pour la zone COPACE et des considérations pour un cadre d'avis révisé; (iv) aperçu et coordination des activités de recherche en cours; (v) inventaires des pêcheries CECAF-FIRMS; vi) aperçu des statistiques du COPACE; vii) pêche hauturière et écosystèmes marins vulnérables; viii) rapport sur les travaux d'autres projets / programmes dans la région du COPACE, rapport sur les travaux d'institutions de recherche ou de groupes scientifiques dans les pays membres du COPACE; et (ix) programme de travail futur dans la région.
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    Strengthening Fisheries Management Regional Processes in the Fishery Committee for the Eastern Central Atlantic Region - GCP/RAF/522/EC 2024
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    FAO established the Fishery Committee for the Eastern Central Atlantic (CECAF) to promote the sustainable use of living marine resources within its area of jurisdiction, through the proper management and development of fisheries and fishing operations. The Scientific Sub-Committee (SSC) supports the CECAF in reviewing the outcomes and recommendations of the fisheries working groups, to formulate scientific advice for improved management and recommendations for future actions. From previous SSC sessions it emerged that CECAF’s performance was not meeting the expectations of its member nations. In view of this, an independent cost-benefit analysis (CBA) study was conducted, aimed at restructuring the CECAF to improve its delivery to members. The general objective of this European Union-funded project was to contribute to strengthening fisheries management regional processes in the CECAF region, by supporting the organization of the CECAF intersessional follow-up meeting on the outcomes of the independent CBA study, as well as the implementation of the Ninth Session of the SSC.

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