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Essential EAFM in Mexico

Supporting fisheries management in Mexico. Working with The Nature Conservancy, Mexican government agencies CONAPESCA and INAPESCA, and fisheries consultant Derek Staples, Silvia is running the Essential EAFM course in Mexico City this week. The main participants are INAPESCA and CONAPESCA fisheries agencies from both Pacific and Atlantic programmes, plus SEMARNAT (environment agency) and FAO.

This is the 1st of a longer-term series of nine modules (online and face-to-face) planned over a 3-year for building capacity for the two main government agencies. The popular Essential EAFM course has been translated in Spanish and is running for the first time in the central and Latin America region. Spanish materials and an online version, in both English and Spanish, will be available soon at www.eafmlearn.org

 

 

  • WHY: To support fisheries management in Mexico
  • WHO: Mexican Government Agencies
  • HOW: Consultancy
  • WHERE: Mexico
  • WHEN: May 2017

Tags: Consultancy, Multi-Stakeholder, Silvia Capezzuoli



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