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Researcher of SEAFDEC / IFRDMD had trained on Course on Essential Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management
Activity 26 September 2016

trainingMr. Chandra Yoga Ditya participated on Training Course on Essential Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management, held in Siem Reap, Cambodia on September 5 to 9, 2016. This course held by SEAFDEC Training Department. Twenty of trainees participated for this intensive training course, from the fisheries officers who work in fisheries management and who be involved in the development of fisheries management plans, and also the person who were involved in the human capacity building of fisheries management program or as fisheries extension officers.

Opened by Secretary General of SEAFDEC, Dr. Kom Silaparjn, he said that the need to apply an ecosystem approach to capture fisheries management is now globally accepted and had endorsed in several international fora. This approach represents a move away from fisheries management systems that focus only on the sustainable harvest of the target species, towards systems and decision- making processes that balance environmental well-being with human and social well-being, improved governance within frameworks.

This component equip trainees to manage fisheries more holistically; reduce user group conflicts; help unlock financial resources; work cooperatively with other stakeholders; fisheries and better resolve issues and challenges. (#dina_mth).

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