Le Centre technique de coopération agricole et rurale (CTA) confirme sa fermeture pour la fin 2020.

Completion report IOC Fisheries

Aiming at improving the governance of the fisheries sector and strengthening the development of more inclusive and sustainable fisheries value chains in the Seychelles and the IOC region, the activities of the project were implemented in partnership with the following partners:
Seychelles Fisheries Authority (SFA)Seychelles Fishers and Boat Owners Association (FBOA)Fédération des Pêcheurs Artisans de l’Océan Indien (FPAOI)ABALOBI (ICT start-up based in Cape Town, South Africa)The main activities and highlights can be summarised in the list below:
Capacity strengthening of fisheries value chain actors (both public and private)Detailed needs assessment of the Seychelles stakeholders and FPAOI membersTraining curriculum with three modules developed and adopted (fisheries governance and co-management, leadership and communication)Series of training workshops held with SFA, FBOA and FPAOI members (video: http://bit.ly/2lWhLld)Consensus building among fisheries actors through participatory mappingParticipatory mapping workshop for Praslin island and La Digue (in partnership with UNDP-GEF)Facilitation of multi-stakeholders’ dialogue and policy engagementSeries of policy dialogue workshops with SFA and FBOA on the sea cucumber fisheries co-management plan in SeychellesFPAOI advocacy strategy developed through a participatory process including a policy workshopSupporting the integration of ICTs (mobile applications) into the fisheries sectorFeasibility study for the adaptation of the ABALOBI suite in SeychellesDesign and adaptation of two ABALOBI mobile apps for the Seychelles market (Fisher app and Marketplace app)Training of and engagement with fishermen and hotels & restaurants in Mahé islandInformation, Communication and Knowledge ManagementFPAOI communication strategy developed through a participatory process including a policy workshop