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

UNIVERSITY STUDENTS STUDY VISITS SEAFDEC/TD

The SEAFDEC Training Department (SEAFDEC/TD) welcomed thirty-two students (10 males and 22 females) from the Faculty of Fisheries, Kasetsart University who learned in the subject of Coastal Navigation including two (2) lecturers for a study visit on 13 March 2020. The aim of visiting was to increase knowledge and experience through practiced on coastal navigation outside the study room. The introduction of SEAFDEC and Departments was presented as a promotion of organization activities in the region. The students also had a chance of visiting TD facilities such as the fishing workshop, library, and M.V.SEAFDEC 2. Moreover, skip boat control was practiced for all students in Chao Phraya River undertook care and assisted by SEAFDEC staff.

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TRAINING ON INLAND FISHING GEAR FOR THAI FISHERIES OFFICERS

The SEAFDEC Training Department (SEAFDEC/TD) organized “The Training Course on Inland Fishing Gear” from 24 to 28 February 2020 at SEAFDEC/TD, Samut Prakan, Thailand. There were 32 fisheries officers (20 males and 12 females) from Inland Fisheries Research and Development Division, Department of Fisheries (DOF), Thailand participated in the said Training. The training course was requested by DOF, Thailand’s main aims to impart knowledge on basic fishing gear through skill development of baseline survey for inland fishing gear. The course methodology consisted of lectures, practice, and study trip. In the end, the participants were expected to understand basic inland fishing gear and can apply this knowledge to their job relevant to baseline survey on inland fishing gear.

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WORKSHOP ON THE INTRODUCTION OF EACDS FOR FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN CAMBODIA

The workshop on the introduction of electronic ASEAN Catch Document Scheme (eACDS) was organized by the SEAFDEC Training Department (SEAFDEC/TD) in cooperation with Fisheries Administration (FiA), Cambodia from 17 to 19 February 2020 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. There were thirty participants from FiA Central in Phnom Penh, Koh Kong, Kep, and Preah Sihanouk Provinces and SEAFDEC attended this workshop. The Workshop aimed to introduce eACDS application to relevant agencies. All participants had a chance to discuss and familiarized themselves with the demonstration of eACDS application in the part of the port in port out through request and issuance of the Catch Declaration (CD). The pilot site will be selected by FiA for the implementation of eACDS soon. Moreover, the importance of Key Data Elements (KDEs) for eACDS database through eACDS implementation plan for 2020 was conducted.

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ONE-DAY TECHNICAL MEETING ON MARINE DEBRIS

The SEAFDEC Training Department (SEAFDEC/TD) organized “The Technical Ad Hoc Meeting on Marine Debris in Thailand” on 29 January 2020 at SEAFDEC/TD, Samut Prakan, Thailand. There were 15 participants (11 Males and 4 Females) from Japan, Thailand, SEAFDEC Secretariat, and SEAFDEC/TD participated in this Meeting. The aims of this Meeting are establishing collaboration between Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) and Science and Technology Research Partnership for Sustainable Development (SATREPS) Program, understanding project detail, SEAFDEC’s role, and implementation plan of “Formation of a Center of Excellence for Marine Plastic Pollution Studies in the Southeast Asian Seas” and establishing and strengthening the marine debris researcher networks.

The Science and Technology Research Partnership for Sustainable Development (SATREPS) is a Japanese government program that promotes international joint research. The program is structured as collaboration between the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST), which provides competitive research funds for science and technology projects, and the Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development (AMED), which provides competitive research funds for medical research and development, and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), which provides development assistance (ODA).

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SEAFDEC PARTICIPATES IN eCDT TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE WORKSHOP

Two (2) representatives from the SEAFDEC Training Department (SEAFDEC/TD) participated in the “Electronic Catch Documentation and Traceability (eCDT) Technology Showcase for Marine and Freshwater Fisheries Management in the Mekong Region.” This Workshop was organized by the USAID Ocean Partnership project from 14-16 January 2020 in Vientiane, Lao PDR. The objectives of the workshop are 1) to introduce the purpose, costs, and benefits of using eCDT technologies, and share USAID Oceans learning site knowledge and lessons regarding the testing and implementation of these technologies; 2) provide an opportunity for technology company partners to ‘showcase’ their available eCDT technologies with fisheries managers from the Mekong region; and 3) develop country-level national CDT roadmaps for testing and implementing eCDT technologies in Lao PDR. There were thirty (30) participants from Lao PDR National and Provincial fisheries managers, SEAFDEC, representatives from private technology and fishing companies that have developed or implemented the available eCDT technologies and USAID Oceans staff and technical consultants. In this Workshop, SEAFDEC introduced the electronic ASEAN Catch Documentation Scheme (eACDS) as a tool to prevent the entry of fish and fishery products from IUU fishing activities into the Supply Chain. The eACDS activities can be implemented in many good practices such as responsible fishing, labor control (if required), good fish handling, and food safety which link to the good governance and enhance the healthy ecosystem approach, sustainable resources management, and enhance human well-being.

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