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Report of the Thirty-Sixth Meeting of the Program Committee of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Centre. The Thirty-Sixth Meeting of the Program Committee of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) was held from 25 to 27 November 2013 in Penang, Malaysia and hosted by the Department of Marine Fisheries Resources Development and Management (MFRDMD).

ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA AND ARRANGEMENTS OF THE MEETING

REVIEW OF SEAFDEC PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION FOR THE YEAR 2013 AND PROPOSED PROGRAMS FOR THE YEAR 2014

IDENTIFICATION OF REGIONAL PRIORITIES FOR FUTURE PROGRAM FORMULATION

RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE THIRTY-SIXTH MEETING OF THE PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Programs under the ASEAN-SEAFDEC Strategic Partnership Fisheries Consultative Group (FCG/ASSP) Mechanism for the year 2013-2014. FAO Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FCG ASEAN-SEAFDEC Fisheries Consultative Group GEF Global Environmental Facility.

INTRODUCTION

REPORT OF THE 36TH MEETING OF THE PROGRAM COMMITTEE SOUTHEAST ASIA'S FISHERIES DEVELOPMENT CENTRE.

OPENING OF THE MEETING

ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA AND ARRANGEMENTS OF THE MEETING 4. The Agenda which appears as Annex 3 was adopted

REVIEW OF SEAFDEC PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION FOR THE YEAR 2013 AND PROPOSED PROGRAMS FOR THE YEAR 2014

  • Progress of Implementation of Programs under the FCG/ASSP Mechanism in 2013
  • Special Project
  • New Special Projects for the Year 2014
  • Departmental Programs
    • Aquaculture Department
    • Training Department
  • Other Programs

In this regard, the Program Committee Member for Thailand offered to share the results of the project with other member countries through relevant SEAFDEC training courses. The Program Committee member for Myanmar informed the Program Committee of the country's readiness to participate in the project on the Promotion of Countermeasures to Reduce IUU Fishing Activities.

PIPELINE PROJECTS AND EMERGING NEEDS FOR PREPARATION OF FUTURE PROJECT PROPOSALS

In addition, he added that eel species experts from Japan could be invited to serve as resources during the SEAFDEC consultation. The Program Committee Program for Myanmar requested SEAFDEC/AQD to consider the implementation of hatchery eel seed production activities and suggested that private sector representatives be invited to participate in the proposed eel species expert consultation.

IDENTIFICATION OF REGIONAL PRIORITIES FOR FUTURE PROGRAM FORMULATION

Country Inputs on Regional Priorities for Future Program Formulation

In response to the inquiry of the Program Committee Member for Cambodia on the status of this eel species in the Southeast Asian region, the Deputy Director of the MFRDMD informed the meeting that in view of the high demand for the eel species in Japan, a survey culture of the bicolor eel species was underway in Indonesia, therefore some information on the culture of the species could already be available.

Suggested Way Forward for Improving SEAFDEC’s Work Efficiency

However, the program committee member for Japan explained that the JTF projects are prioritized each year in light of the limited budget available for such projects. Considering the need to improve the formulation of the SEAFDEC programs, the Program Committee member for Japan reiterated that the JTF projects should have, for example, clear outcomes, and for this reason it became necessary to improve the mechanism for formulation of the SEAFDEC review programs.

OTHER MATTERS

  • Introduction of 2014 JTF Projects and New JTF-VI Projects for 2015
  • Monitoring and Reporting of SEAFDEC Program Thrusts
  • Proposed Collaborative Program on Fisheries Resources and Environmental Survey in the Gulf of Thailand Using the M.V. SEAFDEC
  • Collaborative Program Framework for the Oceanic Tuna Resources in the Sulu-Sulawesi Seas Sub-region

The Program Committee discussed the proposed cooperative program framework for oceanic tuna stocks in the Sulu-Sulawesi Seas sub-region (Annex 13), as presented by the SEAFDEC Secretariat. Considering that the proposal has previously been thoroughly discussed, the Program Committee members of the participating countries, namely: Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines, reiterated their support for the implementation of the activity.

COOPERATION WITH NON-MEMBER GOVERNMENTS AND INTERNATIONAL/

Although the Fisheries Industry Officer for the FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Mr. Rusty Brainard, expressed his appreciation to SEAFDEC for extending the invitation to NOAA to participate in the 36th meeting of the SEAFDEC Program Committee.

RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE THIRTY-SIXTH MEETING OF THE PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Adoption of Report of the Meeting

NOAA Technical Lead Research Division Chief for an Ecosystem Approach to US Fisheries Management, Swedish Marine and Water Management Agency's (SwAM) International Coordination Unit Senior Analyst, Mr.

Date and Venue of the Thirty-seventh Meeting of the Program Committee

He also informed the meeting that NOAA and DOI are scientific and technical agencies of the US Government that provide regional, multinational, cross-border technical assistance and capacity building. Additionally, NOAA looked forward to working closely with SEAFDEC in implementing regional projects in the future.

CLOSING OF THE MEETING

Department of the Interior (DOI) and SEAFDEC in promoting sustainable fisheries to combat IUU fishing in the Southeast Asia region and in supporting the continued success of the CTI-CFF. Peter Funegård expressed his appreciation for the invitation extended to SwAM to participate in this Program Committee meeting and he looked forward to continued dialogue and cooperation with SEAFDEC in the future.

LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

Del Socorro Regional Director

  • OPENING REMARKS
  • AGENDA
  • Opening of the Meeting
  • Adoption of Agenda and Arrangement of the Meeting
  • PROGRAMS UNDER THE FISHERIES CONSULTATIVE GROUP
    • Existing Projects Appendix

SEAFDEC is also saddened by the suffering of the people of the affected provinces in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. Specifically, the Programs under the FCG/ASSP mechanism are grouped accordingly under the Program Thrusts of the SEAFDEC Program Framework adopted by the SEAFDEC Board in 2009.

Addressing International Fisheries Related Issues from a Regional Perspective 20 Assistance of Capacity Building in the Region to Address

Proposed New Special Projects Appendix

  • PROJECT
    • Goal/Overall Objectives and Performance Indicators
    • Project Description/Framework
  • PROGRESS/ACHIEVEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES IN THE YEAR 2013 1 Activities Achievements in the Year 2013
  • PROPOSED ACTIVITIES FOR THE YEAR 2014 1 Planning of the Project Activities
    • Expected Outcomes/Outputs of the Year 2014
    • Evaluation of the Project Outcomes Till the Year 2013 .1 Theme/Program Thrust and Issues

To increase cooperation and collaboration among member countries to improve capacity building in the rehabilitation of critical fishing grounds. Investigation/Review of the Current Status of Critical Fisheries Grounds in the Southeast Asia Region.

Regional Human Resource Development for Sustainable Fisheries through the application of existing fisheries management tools and approaches

Inadequate use of existing tools and approaches for appropriate fisheries management in each individual area/country. Inadequate competence of fisheries officers to handle fisheries data/information when used for sustainable fisheries management.

Follow up and onsite training activity of knowledge and experience gained from the previous Regional Training for the Trainer Courses on two main aspects as categorized

Insufficient understanding of the importance of fisheries data/information as basic information for appropriate and effective fisheries management. The use of ecosystem and MCS approaches for fisheries management will be understood and applied across the region.

Production of the training toolkits and awareness building materials and distribute to Member Countries

  • PROPOSED ACTIVITIES FOR THE YEAR 2014 1 Planning of the Project Activities
  • INTRODUCTION/BACKGROUND
    • Expected Outcomes and Outputs
  • PROGRESS/ACHIEVEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES IN THE YEAR 2013 1 Activities Achievements in the Year 2013
    • Evaluation of the Project Outcomes Till the Year 2013 .1 Theme/Program Thrust and Issues

Application and improvement of fisheries information collection in small-scale coastal and inland fisheries of the Southeast Asian region. Application and improvement of fisheries information collection in small-scale coastal and inland fisheries of the Southeast Asian region.

Translation of the existing guidelines/manuals on energy optimization and safety at sea for fishing vessels into national languages

PROGRESS/ACHIEVEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES IN 2013 3.1 Activities Achievements in 2013 3.1 Activities Achievements in 2013.

  • PROPOSED ACTIVITIES FOR THE YEAR 2014
    • Planning of the Project Activities
    • Project Description/Framework (for total duration of the project)
  • Establishment of adaptive measures supporting resource enhancement for a changing environment
  • Annual progress meeting and international workshop 1 Annual progress meeting
  • Coordination by the project leader
  • Establishment of managing technology of aquaculture environment
  • Socioeconomic assessment and impact analysis of transfer and adoption of sustainable aquaculture technologies
  • Annual progress meeting and international workshop 1 Annual progress meeting
  • Coordination by the project leader - Semi-annual progress meeting
    • Evaluation of the Project Outcomes Till the Year 2013 <in general>
  • Genetic improvement of commercially important species and development of hatchery technology Selective breeding of mud crab Scylla serrata
  • Development of environment-friendly feeds using regionally available ingredients
  • Technology extension and demonstration Abalone hatchery training program
  • INTRODUCTION/BACKGROUND 1 Situation Analysis
    • Stakeholder Analysis
    • Problem Analysis
    • Links to Regional Provisions
    • Links to SEAFDEC Program Thrust
    • Evaluation of the Project Outcomes Till the Year 2013 .1 Theme/Program Thrust and Issues

Thus, the development of environmentally friendly feed is essential for the promotion of sustainable aquaculture in the region. The EOP will be organized in the last year of the project to complete the project and share the results of the project among the member countries.

Regional Technical Consultation Meeting in Biotoxins Monitoring in ASEAN

Establish biotoxin monitoring programs in member states for routine surveillance testing of fish and fishery products, especially in those countries that do not have such programs. Improve knowledge and understanding on levels of biotoxin incidents and incidents in fish and fishery products in the ASEAN region and facilitate the exchange of information between member countries.

Regional Training Course in Biotoxins Analyses

Build regional laboratory capacity and credibility for ASP, AZA and BTX biotoxin testing by conducting a regional methodology training course for Member States and a Member State biotoxin monitoring survey.

Biotoxins Monitoring Survey

Preparation and Publication of Technical Compilation

End-of-Project Seminar

  • INTRODUCTION/BACKGROUND 1 Situation analysis
    • Stakeholder analysis
    • Problem analysis
    • Links to regional provisions
    • Links to the SEAFDEC Program Thrust

The preparation of the Technical Compendium on Traceability Systems for Aquaculture Products in the ASEAN Region started after the 2nd On-Site Workshop. Strengthen regional capacities for the implementation of traceability systems for aquaculture products and promote their implementation in the region.

Regional Technical Consultation in Traceability Systems for Aquaculture Products in ASEAN Region

Provide a platform for sharing information and experiences among ASEAN Member States on the implementation of traceability systems for aquaculture products in the region, as well as an overview of the status of the implementation of traceability systems in the aquaculture industries in the ASEAN region.

Regional On-site Training Workshops on Traceability Systems for Aquaculture Products in ASEAN Region

Mid-Term Project Review Meeting

Documentation and Publication of Technical Compilation

  • Links with other SEAFDEC’s projects
    • Expected Final Goal of the Project

ASEAN Member States on the implementation of traceability systems for aquaculture products in the region as well as an overview of the status of implementation of traceability systems in aquaculture industries in the ASEAN Region. The preparation of the Technical Brief on traceability systems for aquaculture products in the ASEAN Region started after the second field workshop and will continue in 2014.

Project Inception and Planning Meeting

To exploit indigenous freshwater fish species for the development of value-added products in participating countries. To provide a better overview and understanding of freshwater fishery resources as well as traditional freshwater fish products in participating countries.

Regional Training Course in Processing of Value Added Products

Product development and processing trials

Preparation and Publication of the Processing Handbook

End-of-Project Seminar

  • Evaluation of Project Activities in 2013
  • Expected Outcomes/Outputs of the Year 2014 None as the project has been completed in 2013
  • Innovative Research to Guarantee Food Safety and Sustainable Production
  • Dissemination of Output of the Project
  • Coordination by the project leader - Semi-annual progress meeting
  • Accelerating awareness about fish health management in resource-deprived countries through industry-wide capacity building
  • Innovative research to guarantee food safety and sustainable production
  • Surveillance of chemical contaminants in aquaculture products and feeds: Levels and classification of contaminants in aquaculture products,
  • Establishment of guidelines on appropriate administration and regulation of antibiotics/other chemicals
  • Dissemination of food safety awareness and manual publication (No activity scheduled in 2013)
  • Coordination by the project leader - Semi-annual progress meeting
  • Withdrawal period of antibiotics in some fish species cultured in the tropics Withdrawal period of antibiotics in Grouper, Epinephelus coioides
  • Surveillance of chemical contaminants in aquaculture products and feeds Establishment of micro-organism method to detect antibiotics
  • Establishment of guidelines on appropriate administration and regulation of antibiotics/other chemicals Guideline preparation for antibiotics/chemicals usage and regulations
  • Training course/workshop

Support ASEAN's efforts to develop guidelines on the use of chemicals in aquaculture in ASEAN. Contribute to the establishment of guidelines for the production of safe aquaculture products from Southeast Asia.

The initial step is strengthened project work plans and standardization of data and information collection and analysis

Existing national and regional policies and strategies for the management of trawl by-catches need to be adapted to the current situation of fish resources. Institutional arrangements and processes for partnerships in the public and private sectors are in place and support management of trawl by-catch in all project areas.

Intermediate step is strengthened implementation of trawl fisheries management concepts/plans in the areas covered by the project

Finalization and evaluation on the result, experiences and lessons learnt from the intermediate step activities provides the knowledge to develop appropriate trawl fisheries management at national and regional

  • Trawl Fisheries Economic Incentives Workshop
  • Year 2015 Work Plan Development Workshop
  • An unspecified workshop
  • Mapping Fisheries Resources through the use of GIS The spatial representation of data is of considerable interest to
  • Socio-economic surveys and trawl by-catch information collection
  • Project Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Evaluation of the Project Outcomes till the Year 2013 .1 Theme/Program Thrust and Issues

Activity 2: Strengthening port state measures and other surveillance measures in the region The technical assistance to improve PSMs and existing mechanisms in SEAFDEC member states will be provided. The output information will be used to prepare and organize an on-site training and workshop on strengthening PSMs and other surveillance measures to reduce IUU fishing in collaboration with SEAFDEC member countries.

Consultation, gathering and sharing information concerned Step 2: Coordination and cooperation with Member Countries

The output information will be used to prepare and organize an on-site training and workshop on strengthening PSMs and other surveillance measures to reduce IUU fishing, in collaboration with Indonesia.

  • Expected Outcomes/Outputs of the Year 2014 - Development of Regional Fishing Vessel Record database
  • Evaluation of the Project Outcomes Till the Year 2013 .1 Theme/Program Thrust and Issues

Sub-activity 2.2: On-site training and workshop on strengthening PSMs and other surveillance measures to reduce IUU fishing in the region. Member States can ultimately reduce IUU fishing activities in the region through the catch documentation system.

Identification of existing mechanisms and associated problems with EU catch certificates in the regions

The meeting participants identified problems related to EU catch certificates in the South East Asian region (Activity 2.1). Problems related to EU catch certificates in the South East Asian region were identified during the October 2013 Nuclear Expert Meeting and will be compiled by SEAFDEC/MFRDMD.

Suggestion of possible solutions to those problems associated with EU catch certificates - Possible solutions to those problems associate with EU catch certificates

SEAFDEC/MFRDMD organized the meeting in June with Malaysian officials to prepare the core expert meeting and questionnaires related to Activity 2. The MFRDMD invited fish and fishery trade experts from SEAFDEC member countries and the SEAFDEC Secretariat to attend the core expert meeting on catch certification in October 2013.

Development of improved cooperation among MCs in combating IUU fishing

  • PROGRESS OF ACTIVITIES IN THE YEAR 2013 1 Activities Achievements in the Year 2013
    • Evaluation of the Project Outcomes Till the Year 2013 .1 Theme and Issues

The human capacity of the Member States in the field of fisheries resource research is very much needed. Fisheries resources at sea and/or in some areas of the region are still underutilized.

Collaborative arrangement of SEAFDEC/TD and the requested country for the cruise survey - SEAFDEC/TD and the country proceed with all arrangement for the cruise survey

Result reporting

  • PROPOSED FUTURE ACTIVITIES FOR THE YEAR 2014 1 Planning of the Project Activities
    • Expected Outcomes in the year 2014
  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Working Scheme for the Collaborative Research with the Member Countries

1 The revised guidelines on the cost sharing policy for the operation of the M.V. Outline of the proposed cost sharing policy. Therefore SEAFDEC in close cooperation with the member countries supported the exploration of fisheries/living resources in the EEZ of the countries in SEA.

Review and gather information on the national, regional, and international initiatives related to offshore fisheries in Southeast Asian waters for regional analysis on potential offshore fisheries development in Southeast

Information available for potential fishery resources in offshore areas in the Southeast Asian region; and - A set of recommendations for the medium and long-term development and management plan for exploration.

Enhance knowledge and skill of fisheries technicians of the Member Countries on offshore fisheries resources exploration

Support sea-trial, survey, data collection of the selected countries/area for offshore fisheries resources exploration

  • Project Description/Framework Activity 1: Meeting/Workshop

The aim of the action plan is to conserve and improve sea turtle populations in the region. The Southeast Asian region is home to six of the world's seven species of sea turtles.

Activity 4: Action plan for the management of sea turtle feeding habitats Sub-activity 4.1: Development of an action plan for the management of sea turtle feeding habitats. Contribute to the formulation of a management plan/action plan for sea turtles inhabiting the ASEAN region based on biological and ecological information;.

Research for stock enhancement of sea turtles

The successful conservation and enhancement of sea turtle resources requires scientific evidence on their ecological aspects such as migration routes, reproductive and feeding behaviors and genetic structure, as well as on the status of bycatch and habitat reduction in relation to their mortality. Develop and disseminate fisheries mitigation measures appropriate for the ASEAN region to reduce sea turtle bycatch.

Research and management of sea turtles in foraging habitats in the Southeast Asian Waters

The purpose of the action plan is to preserve and improve the population of sea turtles in the region. Dissemination of the results from research into interaction between sea turtles and fishing, including hook-and-line.

Regionally review the current status of implementation of the NPOA-Sharks in the Member Countries Step 2: Build national capacity on shark fisheries data collection

The following subjects are considered to be the priority areas of the ASEAN countries for implementation of NPOA-Sharks: (i) research in fishery biology, physiology, fishing area and habitats of sharks; (ii) fishing effort and stock assessment involving data compilation from various sources (eg catch landings, fishing boat census, fishing technology, CPU); (iii) monitoring, collection and compilation of information on shark exploitation, trade, import and export statistics; (iv) effective methodologies in information gathering at national, regional and international level to make it more reliable; and (v) sharing information through the establishment of shark network and database. Compilation of shark fisheries data collected by the Member States for regional analysis; and - Regional analysis of implementation of NPOA-Shark in the member states.

Sharing, updating, and exchanging information on shark fisheries among the Member Countries and other relevant organizations/initiatives

Activity 1: Regional Workshop on Improving Fisheries Information Collection in Small-Scale Coastal and Inland Fisheries in the Southeast Asian Region, the outcome of the workshop will identify the key issues in fisheries data collection that should be addressed by countries. Activity 1: Regional Workshop on Improving Fisheries Information Collection in Small-Scale Coastal and Inland Fisheries in the Southeast Asian Region., Bangkok, Thailand.

Seeking the problems and constraints in fisheries data collection in coastal small-scale and inland fisheries at national level by organizing the Regional Workshop on Improvement of Fisheries Information

Failure to effectively collect fisheries information included a socio-economic aspect of fisheries census creation. Improving the national capacity to strengthen an effective way of collecting fisheries information included a socio-economic aspect for setting up fisheries census in the future.

Assist regional initiative on appropriate cost effective way of fisheries activities information gathering included socio-economic aspect for setting up fisheries census in future for Southeast Asian region

A suitable efficient way of collecting fishing activities including socio-economic aspects for SEA was established. Fisheries officers from SEAFDEC member countries improved knowledge of fishing activities, information gathering included socio-economic aspects to create fisheries census in the future.

Assist national initiative on appropriate participatory mechanism of autonomous community based co- resource management including the methodology on gathering fisheries activity information

Monitoring and further supporting the activities of Member States to facilitate autonomous community-based co-resource management and collection of fishing activity information. Activity 2: Monitoring and further supporting Member States' activities to facilitate autonomous community-based co-resource management and collection of fishing activity information.

Capacity building for countries to enhance capacity in collection of fishery statistics Step 2: Harmonization of fishery statistics through development of regional statistics framework

  • Project Description/Framework (for total duration of the project) Activity 1: Comparative Studies for CPUE and TAC

Expected outcomes/outputs Performance rate (%) - Coordination of statistical work and participation in the relevant work. Project title: Comparative studies for the management of purse seine fisheries in the South East Asian region.

Information compilation and analysis for sustainable pelagic fisheries in the South China Sea and Andaman Sea

Small pelagic fish such as Indian mackerel, sardine and sardinella are very important in the Southeast Asian region. To contribute to the formulation of management strategies for small pelagic fisheries in the region;.

Small pelagic fish such as Indian mackerels, sardines and sardines are very important in Southeast Asia.

Formulation of recommendation for management of small pelagic fish resources in the Southeast Asian region

Strengthened shark and ray data collection in the region will be established for sustainable use. Provide basic biological data on sharks and rays in the region through research activities;

Workshop on taxonomy and identification of sharks and rays

Expertise in identification and biological data collection of sharks and rays in the region needs to be strengthened. To publish field guide books on sharks and rays in the region with key features and biology.

Research on Biology of Sharks and Rays

About 126 thousand tons of sharks and rays were caught in 2009 in the Southeast Asian region. To train technical officers in the participating member states to be able to collect biological data on sharks and rays in the region.

Publish books on sharks and rays and identify human resources who work on sharks and rays in the region

  • PROJECT (2013-2017)

SEAFDEC/MFRDMD will prepare and publish a book on biological information on sharks and rays in the Southeast Asian region. Third, Member States are expected to participate in international forums related to the fish trade, such as CITES.

Information & Dissemination of the Results of SEAFDEC-JTF Project 3.1 Drafting Project

The Ninth Session of the WCPFC Scientific Committee was held in Pohnpei, Micronesia from 6-14 August 2013 in order to update on the status of tuna resources and management measures by the WCPFC. Better understanding of issues related to international fish trade by SEAFDEC member countries to meet the requirements of international measures and ensure the sustainable development of fisheries in the region.

In depth studies based on identified issues addressed by International fora on fish trade and environmental task-related issues

Required cooperation between ASEAN-SEAFDEC Member States and the development of the ASEAN-SEAFDEC common/coordinated positions to address the regional interests and concerns related to the International Fish Trade Related Issues fora. Regional cooperation dealing with international fisheries-related issues is strengthened - ASEAN-SEAFDEC common positions on fisheries-related issues.

Raising the Policy Recommendation to ASEAN Sectoral Working Group on Fisheries for their consideration and discussion for the Region common position to meet/due on the issues

Adoption of an ASEAN-SEAFDEC joint position and/or harmonized positions on specific issues related to international fish trade. ASEAN-SEAFDEC Member States' Joint Position on the Proposed List of Commercially Exploited Aquatic Species (CEAS) for CITES-CoP16.

Information & Dissemination of the Results of SEAFDEC-JTF Project 3.1 Drafting Project Results

  • Goals and Objectives
  • Project Description
  • PROGRESS OF ACTIVITIES IN THE YEAR 2013 1 Activities Achievements in the Year 2013
    • Evaluation of the Project Outputs Till the Year 2013 .1 Theme and issues

Program category: Programs under the Fisheries Consultative Group of the ASEAN-SEAFDEC Strategic Partnership Mechanism (FCG/ASSP). Activity 3: Information & Dissemination of SEAFDEC-JTF Project Results 3.1) Summary of SEAFDEC-JTF results/outcomes.

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