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World Food Day; 16 October 2018
   World Food Day - 16 October 2018

Posted on October 16 2018

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Workshop on Knowledge Management in Marine Fisheries; 12 October 2018; Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
  BOBP-IGO organized a Workshop on ‘Knowledge Management in Marine Fisheries’ in Chennai on 12 October 2018...More details Please click.

Posted on October 12 2018

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Regional Cooperation in Management of Highly Migratory Fish Stocks in the Bay of Bengal Region-First Regional Consultative Forum Meeting; 05 October 2018; Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
  Regional Cooperation in Management of Highly Migratory Fish Stocks in the Bay of Bengal Region- First Regional Consultative Forum Meeting Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, 05 October 2018...More details Please click.

Posted on October 06 2018

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Second Regional Workshop on Monitoring, Control and Surveillance; 03-04 October 2018; Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
  BOBP-IGO Revisits 2008 Chittagong Resolution on Monitoring Control and Surveillance...More details Please click.

Posted on October 03 2018

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Exposure Visit of Indian Fishers to Sri Lanka; 24-26 September 2018.
Exposure Visit of Tamil Nadu Fishers to Sri Lanka - a visit to boat yards, landing centres, meeting with fishers, visiting MCS centre and meeting with Senior Officials of the Ministry/Department of Fisheries, Sri Lanka on the last day of the tour that fishers reported a very productive one!

Posted on September 28 2018

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FAO/BOBP-IGO Expert Meeting on methodologies for Conducting Fishing Fleet Techno-Economic Performance Reviews; 18-20 Sep 2018; Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
  FAO/BOBP-IGO Expert Meeting on methodologies for Conducting Fishing Fleet Techno-Economic Performance Reviews - 18-20 September 2018, Chennai, Tamil Nadu...More details Please click.

Posted on September 18 2018

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Trouble in MSC tuna ‘paradise’ as PNG seeks to break from Pacifical
An association of powerful tuna firms in Papua New Guinea (PNG), which boasts some Asian giants as members, intends to obtain its own Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification and terminate a collaboration with Pacifical, an EU-based sales company which uses the marketing line "sustainable tuna straight from paradise".

Posted on September 15 2018

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