This course from the FAO explains that Knowledge sharing implies culture change, collaborative work and building trust. This course enables organizations and communities to work more effectively and enhance their visibility.
FAO's course to develop an understanding of the actors and organizations involved in rural poverty reduction and the ways in which they interact. The importance of participatory framework, approaches and methods is highlighted, and the importance of a collaborative and inclusive way of working.
FAO’s gender-sensitive value chain framework as an approach for the analysis of value chains, and for guiding interventions to address gender-based constraints. This course discussed why eliminating gender inequalities is pivotal to achieving the necessary transformations.
This course focuses on SDG Indicator 14.4.1 - Fish stocks sustainability: “Proportion of fish stocks within biologically sustainable levels”. It introduces basic fisheries concepts and definitions, illustrates some technical aspects of classical and data-limited stock assessment and provides detailed guidance on process and tools for the analysis and reporting of the Indicator.
This course has been designed to support the inclusion of climate-smart agriculture (CSA) approaches in the fisheries and aquaculture sector. It provides technical knowledge on these concepts and examines how implementation of CSA practices can enhance mitigation and adaptation to climate change in the sector.
This course has been designed to support countries in their data collection, analysis and reporting of SDG Indicator 14.b.1 - Securing sustainable small-scale fisheries: "Progress by countries in the degree of application of a legal/regulatory/policy/institutional framework which recognizes and protects access rights for small-scale fisheries".
Food loss and waste (FLW) in the fisheries sector is a complex issue with multiple and interrelated causes at different levels. This e-learning course is for programme officers and technical specialists, as well as extension agents, who are involved in loss and waste prevention and reduction.
In this e-course you will learn about the Framework for Integrated Stock and Habitat Evaluation (FISHE), a process that can guide managers and provide scientific guidance for managing fisheries with limited data. In the e-course you will apply each of the eleven steps of the FISHE framework in a hypothetical fishery.
In this e-course you will learn about fisheries management. On your journey, you travel to the hypothetical fishery of Playa del Mar, where you learn from stakeholders about the challenges in their fishery and work with them to design a management program.