Building Equal Opportunities in Fisheries: The Global Marine Commodities Project Gender Strategy


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The GMC Project Gender Strategy has been designed in strict accordance with the guidelines of the UNDP and the GEF. The UNDP views gender equality as a human rights principle and as a stand-alone sustainable development objective. It is the basis of one of the key principles of the 2030 Agenda for Development: the concept of “leave no one behind”. For the GEF, gender relations between women and men and between girls and boys play a fundamental role in accessing environmental resources, and controlling those resources and the goods and services they provide. This strategy aims to ensure that women are provided equal opportunities and rights to participate in activities throughout fisheries value chains, and to access the benefits that the Project intends to generate.

Organization(s): PNUD
Publication year: 2020
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Brief Gender Profile of the Indonesian Yellowfin and Skipjack Tuna Pole and Line Fishery Improvement Project


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The FIP gender profile aims to assess the roles of women and men along the fishery value chain, access to resources and benefits as well as participation in decision making in fisheries, and identify critical points of integration of gender considerations in the FIP. Gender analysis is applied for each stage of the BSC value chain. This document summarize the results of the FIP Gender Profile of the Indonesian of the Indonesian Yellowfin and Skipjack Tuna Pole and Line Fishery Improvement Project.

Organization(s): PNUD
Publication year: 2020
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Brief Gender Profile of the Indonesian Blue Swimming Crab Fishery Improvement Project


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The FIP gender profile aims to assess the roles of women and men along the fishery value chain, access to resources and benefits as well as participation in decision making in fisheries, and identify critical points of integration of gender considerations in the FIP. Gender analysis is applied for each stage of the BSC value chain. This document summarize the results of the FIP Gender Profile of the Indonesian Blue Swimming Crab Fishery Improvement Project.

Organization(s): PNUD
Publication year: 2020
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Impacts of COVID-19 in Target 75 Fisheries


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The present brief provides a high-level overview about the impact of COVID-19 in some T75 fisheries that are key for global seafood production and supply, and identifies the measures taken by vendors and suppliers and their perspectives for the near future. T75 fisheries are high-volume fisheries with product destined mainly for the export market. The final goal of this analysis is to inform the development of targeted interventions that can be implemented by SFP, as well as by other organizations and partners interested in providing support during the crisis.

Organization(s): PNUD
Publication year: 2020
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Stakeholder Participation in Environmental Policy Toolkit


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Environmental policy and management only succeed if key stakeholders feel engaged and have bought into the design of the actions concerned. The Toolkit for Stakeholder Participation in Environmental Policy (in further text: Toolkit) provides practical guidance on how to achieve this, focusing on the Large Marine Ecosystem (LME) projects, which seek to advance ecosystem-based management approach and action in five modules: productivity, fish and fisheries, pollution and ecosystem health, socioeconomics, and governance.

Organization(s): GEF LME: LEARN
Publication year: 2018
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