Completion Report: SEAFDEC-Sweden Collaborative Project Fisheries and Habitat Management, Climate Change and Social Well-being in Southeast Asia 2013-2019
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This Completion Report provides an overview of the SEAFDEC-Sweden Collaborative Project, titled “Fisheries and Habitat Management, Social Well-being and Climate Change.” The Report outlines the results and achievements of the Project in 2019 and the whole period of the Project from 2013-2019, administration and reporting practices, collaboration and networking, lessons learned, the challenges encountered, and work beyond its completion. The Project was implemented from 1 January 2013 to 31 December 2019, with the financial support from Sida and implemented by SEAFDEC. The original contribution was 48 Million Swedish Kroners (MSEK); actual spending was 42 MSEK. The Outcome Objective of the Project is “sustainable use of aquatic resources and reduced vulnerability to climate change, by fishing communities in the ASEAN region”. Its three Output Objectives are: 1) Capacity built for integration of fisheries and habitat management and adaptation to climate change; 2) Capacity built and system improved for the management of fishing capacity (monitoring, record and control); and 3) Capacity built and policy development process improved and support drafting and implementation of regional and sub-regional agreements.
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