Logbook and UVI Training

Logbook and UVI Training

by August 1, 2015 0 comments

Building upon the successful creation of the multi-stakeholder DMC and successful implementation of data collection in mini-plants, IMACS engaged APRI to expand the availability of fishery data via self reporting by stakeholders, as a first step towards establishing auditable control documents and a transparent traceability system.
APRI, with the assistance of SFP, UNHALU, and DKP Kendari conducted a series of training program from May to July 2015 for mini-plant logbooks, fisher logbooks, and UVI numbers. A total of 208 vessels were registered with UVI numbers, the correlating fishers working on those vessels were trained to fill-in logbooks. A total of 12 mini-plants were trained to fill-in mini-plant logbooks at their receiving centers.
Implementation of UVI numbers for vessels, fisher logbooks, and mini-plant logbooks are the building blocks by which blue swimmer crab fisheries can have a transparent and auditable control document system. APRI initiated logbook data collection for both fishers and mini-plants.

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