Programme

ESA Fishworkshop

 

Fishing Communities and Sustainable Development in Eastern
and Southern Africa: The Role of Small-scale Fisheries
14 to 17 March 2006 - Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

 

Venue:
Kurasini Training and Conference Centre,
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

 

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Day - I, Tuesday, 14 March 2006

0830 - 0900 hrs

Registration

0900 - 1000 hrs

Welcome and Introduction to Workshop

Chair: Julius Francis, WIOMSA

Background to Workshop - Chandrika Sharma, ICSF & Jackie Sunde, Masifundise

Introduction to the Workshop and Expected Outcome - Brian O'Riordan, ICSF

Norwegian Programme of Support for Managing Tanzania's Marine Resources- Eirik Janssen

Book Release: ICSF Handbook on 'International Legal Instruments of

Relevance to Fisheries and Fishing Communities'

1000 - 1100 hrs

Problems and Prospects for Small-scale Fisheries in East Africa

Kenya / Seychelles / Mozambique /Zambia

1100 - 1130 hrs

Tea Break

1130 - 1230 hrs

Problems and Prospects for Small-scale Fisheries in East Africa (contd..)

Mauritius / Tanzania / Zanzibar

1230 - 1400 hrs

Lunch Break

1400 - 1530 hrs

Problems and Prospects for Small-scale Fisheries in East Africa (contd..)

Malawi / South Africa / Somalia

Discussion

1530 - 1600 hrs

Tea Break

1600 - 1830 hrs

Co-management in Eastern and Southern Africa

Status of Participatory Fishery Management Arrangements (PFM) inMalawiLakes- Friday Njaya

Co- management in Lake Victoria- Dr. Obiero Ong'ang'a

Fisheries (Co) Management inMozambique: The Situation,
Constraints and Challenges - Simeao Lopes

South and East African Co-management Experiences and Perspectives: Implications for Communities - Dr Mafaniso Hara

Discussion

1830 - 1930 hrs

Free Time, Iinformal Discussions / Dinner

Day - II, Wednesday, 15 March 2006

0900 - 0930 hrs

Plenary, Resumé of Day 1

0930 - 1100 hrs

Biodiversity Protection Approaches and Small-scale Fisheries / Fishery Management: Issues and Concerns for Small-scale Fishing Communities

Chair: Magnus Ngoile, Marine and Coastal Environment Management
Project (MACEMP)

MPAs in Tanzania- Julius Francis, WIOMSA

Collaborative Fisheries Management Tanga - Melita Samoilys, IUCN

The Integrated Coastal Area Management (ICAM) Process and KenyaCoastal Management Program (KCMP) - Wainaina Mburu

Discussion

1100 - 1130 hrs

Tea Break

1130 - 1200 hrs

Working Groups on Co-management, ICM, MPAs

1200 - 1300 hrs

Working Groups on Co-management, ICM, MPAs (contd...)

1300 - 1430 hrs

Lunch Break

1430 - 1530 hrs

Working Groups on Co-management, ICM, MPAs (contd...)

1530 - 1600 hrs

Tea Break

1600 - 1700 hrs

Plenary Feed Back from Working Groups

Discussion

1700 - 1830 hrs

Free Time, Informal Discussions / Dinner

Evening Event

Video - Darwin's Nightmare

Day - III, Thursday, 16 March 2006

0900 - 0930 hrs

Plenary, Resumé of Day II

0930 - 1100 hrs

Aquaculture Development in Southern and Eastern Africa: Prospects and Pitfalls for Coastal and Inland Fishing Communities

Coastal Aquaculture in Tanzania - Dr Ian BrycesonThe Blue Revolution - Dr Daniel Jamu

Discussion

1100 - 1130 hrs

Tea Break

1130 - 1300 hrs

Fishing by Foreign Fleets - Issues for Small-scale Fisheries: Legal Fisheries Arrangements and IUU Fishing

IUU Fishing and Indian Ocean Piracy - Andrew Mwangura

Legal Fisheries Arrangement - The Role of Small-scale Fisheries - Magese E. Bulayi

Some MCS Issues - Dr Aubrey Harris

Discussion

1300 - 1430 hrs

Lunch Break

1430 - 1545 hrs

Cross Cutting Issues: Trade

Fish Trade in Lake Victoria: Status andChallenges- Dr Richard Abila

Trade in Fish and Fish Products - Sebastian Mathew

ESA- EU Fishery Relation - Brian O'Riordan

Discussion

1545 - 1600 hrs

Tea Break

1600 - 1800 hrs

Cross Cutting Issues: Gender and Alternative Livelihoods

Women in Fisheries, Zanzibar- Narriman Jiddawi

Women of Fishing Communities fromLake Victoria- Margaret Nakato

Shifting Gendered Identities in Small-scale Fisheries in South Africa-
Jackie Sunde & Maria Magdalena Hoffman

Women in Organizations - Chandrika Sharma

Rumaki Seascape Programme -Modesta Medard

Discussion

1800 - 1900 hrs

Free Time, Informal Discussions / Dinner

Day - IV, Friday, 17 March 2006

0900 - 0930 hrs

Plenary, Resumé of Day III

0930 - 1030 hrs

Fishworkers: Issues and Organizational Strategies - The Experience in Other Parts of the World

World Forum of Fish Harvesters and Fishworkers (WFF) - Margaret Nakato

World Forum of Fisher People (WFFP) - Jackie Sundae

Organizing Fishing Communities - Sebastian Mathew

Fishworker Organizations - Brian O'Riordan

Discussion

1030 - 1100 hrs

Information and Documentation

International Instruments: A Tool Box for Fishworkers - Chandrika Sharma

1100 - 1130 hrs

Tea Break

1130 - 1215 hrs

Regional Instruments and Processes

South West Indian Ocean Fisheries Commission - Aubrey Harris

Southern African Development Community (SADC) Fisheries - Using Regional Instruments and Opportunities to Protect and Promote Small-scale Fisheries in Southern and Eastern AfricaRegional Instruments: The SADC Fisheries Protocol - Jackie Sunde

Discussion

1215 - 1315 hrs

Working Groups

Strengthening Organized Fisherfolk in Eastern and Southern Africa

  1. Forms of Organisation
  2. What kind of support needed
  3. What issues

1315 - 1430 hrs

Lunch Break

1430 - 1530 hrs

Working Groups (...contd.)

1530 - 1600 hrs

Tea Break

1600 - 1730 hrs

Plenary, Feed Back, Close of Workshop

1730 - 1830 hrs

Free Time, Informal Discussions / Dinner

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