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SEAFDEC/TD Organizes Online Training on eACDS for Myanmar

The SEAFDEC Training Department (SEAFDEC/TD) organized “The Online Training on the Use of electronic ASEAN Catch Documentation Scheme (eACDS) in the part on Movement Document (MD), Statement of Catch (SC) and Catch Certification (CC) for Myanmar” from 26 to 28 January 2022 via zoom platform. The aims to strengthen and enhance understanding on the use of eACDS application for Myanmar officer. There were 10 participants (3 males and 7 females) from the Department of Myanmar who engage in the eACDS activities and will be trainer for relevant stakeholder in the future attended in this online training. In the end, the online training came up with understanding on the use of eACDS application through capacity building for Myanmar officer to be trainer for relevant stakeholder in supply chain for the use of eACDS application in the future. This online training is an activity under the project of “Strengthening Regional Cooperation and Enhancing National Capacities to Eliminate IUU Fishing in Southeast Asia”.

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