Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center/Training Department (SEAFDEC/TD)

Agenda and Timetable

PROVISIONAL AGENDA and TIMETABLE

1. Provisional Agenda

    1. Opening of the Meeting

       1.1 Welcome and general introductions
       1.2 Officially welcome from Japanese Trust Fund
       1.3 Opening remarks
       1.4 Participant introduction
       1.5 Chair person election

    2. Meeting orientation, agenda, and objectives

    3. Presentation of SEAFDEC Member Countries on the national activities of fisheries resources enhancement includes management measure of fisheries resources enhancement

       3.1 Fish Enhancing Devices and Artificial reef
       3.2 Others habitat rehabilitation (Coral Reef, Sea Grass Bed, Mangrove Forest, Inland Habitats)

    4. Update SEAFDEC activities on fisheries resources enhancement

    5. Resource person presentation

    6. Identification needs of SEAFDEC Member Countries on national implementation of fisheries resources enhancement programs

    7. Conclusion and Way forward

    8. Closing of the Meeting

       8.1 Thank you remarks from participant representative
       8.2 Thank you remarks from Japanese Trust Fund
       8.3 Closing remarks

2. Tentative Schedule

 

24 April 2018

Time Agenda
0900-0930 Agenda 1: Opening Session
- Welcome and Introduction (Organizer)
- Officially welcome from Japanese Trust Fund (Manager of Japanese Trust Fund)
- Opening remark (Dr.Kom Silapajarn, Secretary-General, SEAFDEC)
- Participant introductions
- Chairperson election
0930-0945 Agenda 2: Meeting orientation, background objectives, and agenda
0945-1030 Group photo and coffee break
1030-1200 Agenda 3: Presentation of SEAFDEC Member Countries on the national activities of fisheries resources enhancement includes management measure of fisheries resources enhancement

Agenda 3.1: Fish Enhancing Devices and Artificial reef
Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Japan, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Viet Nam and SEAFDEC
1300-1700 Agenda 3.1(Continue): Fish Enhancing Devices and Artificial reef
Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Japan, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Viet Nam and SEAFDEC

25 April 2018

Time Agenda
0830-0845 Recap of Day One
0845-1200

Agenda 3.2: Habitat Rehabilitation (Coral Reef, Sea Grass Bed, Mangrove Forests, Inland Habitats)

Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Japan, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Viet Nam

1200-1300 Lunch
1300-1500

Agenda 3.2(Continue): Habitat Rehabilitation (Coral Reef, Sea Grass Bed, Mangrove Forests, Inland Habitats)

Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Japan, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Viet Nam

1500-1530 Coffee break
1530-1700


Agenda 4: Update SEAFDEC activities on fisheries resources enhancement

- Collaborative Project SEAFDEC Sweden
- Project Fisheries Refugia
- SEAFDEC/AQD
- SEAFDEC/MFRDMD
- SEAFDEC/TD
- SEAFDEC/SEC

26 April 2018
 

Time Agenda
0845-0845

Recap of Day Two

0845-0930

Agenda 5: Resource person presentation

Agenda 5.1: Design and construction of Artificial Reef and Fish Enhancing Devices or Fish Aggregating Devices for fisheries resources enhancement in Japan

0930-1015

Agenda 5.2: Study of impact assessment on the installation of Artificial habitat (Environmental or/and socio-economic), lesson learned from case study of Thailand

1015-1045 Coffee break
1045-1215

Agenda 5.3: Term and definition of FEDs, FADs, ARs

1215-1330 Lunch
1330-1530

Agenda 6: Identification needs of SEAFDEC Member Countries on national implementation of fisheries resources enhancement programs

1630

Agenda 8: Closing Session

- Thank you remarks from participant representative
- Thank you remarks from Japanese Trust Fund
- Closing remarks (Dr.Kom Silapajarn, Secretary-General, SEAFDEC)

 


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