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Report of the first Coordination Meeting : Beirut, Lebanon 19 - 24 January 2004 ; Enabling Participation in the Fishery Statistics and Information System in the Mediterranean (TCP/INT/2904)
Mediterranean Fishery Statistics and Information System - MedFisis
||Mittelmeer , Fischerei , Statistisches Modell , Kongress
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||21.3 Küsten- und Hochseefischerei
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||MedFisis technical document (Bd. 1)
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||This document reports on the first coordination meeting of the TCP project ‘Enabling participation in the fishery statistics and information system in the Mediterranean (TCP/INT/2904)’. The meeting was held to establish a working strategy and planning for the project.
Countries of the Eastern Mediterranean (Cyprus, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria and Turkey) are participating in this project. The project aims to prepare participating countries to set-up and harmonize their fishery statistics systems and participate in full in the activities of the MedFIsis
project. The General Fishery Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM), at its Twenty-sixth Session (Ischia, September 2001), endorsed a project proposal to develop a Mediterranean Fishery Statistics and Information System (MedFIsis), as presented by the Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) Sub-Committee on Statistics and Information (SCSI). The three year project MedFIsis is jointly financed by FAO and the European Union. Such a regional system is recognized to be necessary to complement other fisheries management means and serve as the
basic vital tool for international bodies to monitor the state of the Mediterranean fisheries and the well-being of the whole ecosystem in the basin.
During the meeting the five participating countries presented an overview of the national statistical systems, organizations involved presented their work (FIDI, GFCM, FIRM), several options for upgrading national statistical system were presented, some examples of countries where the MedStat approach was applied presented their experiences, and finally a strategic working paper
was produced and a planning for implementation was agreed upon.