India Marine Fisheries Policy


FAO - ICSF's Project on Support the social, economic and environmental transformation of the small-scale fisheries sector towards its better contribution to food security and poverty eradication as a result of improved policies, strategies and initiatives

India 

International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF) Trust
22,First floor, Venkatrathinam Nagar,
Adyar, Chennai-600 020,
INDIA
Email: icsf@icsf.net
Phone: 91 44 24451217 / 216

Outcome:

Elements of the SSF Guidelines are better integrated into policies and programmes on marine and inland fisheries at the national and subnational levels

Activities:

  • Organize workshop/s in partnership with CSOs/NGOs to develop action points on the SSF Guidelines for the Implementation Plan of the National Policy on Marine Fisheries with special emphasis on the vulnerable and marginalized groups
  • Organize a national workshop of local governments to raise awareness about the SSF Guidelines
  • Organize a national workshop based on the SSF Guidelines on mainstreaming gender into fisheries policies and legislation
  • Organize a national workshop on improving inland fisheries governance by adapting the SSF Guidelines


National Workshop: 2017 National Policy on Marine Fisheries, India and the SSF Guidelines, Asha Nivas Social Service Centre, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, 19 to 21 July 2019

Concept Note

English

Hindi

Gujarati

Malayalam

Telugu

Kannada

Odia

Bengali

Marathi

Tamil

National Policy on Marine Fisheries 2017 in Indian Languages

English and Hindi

Gujarati

Marathi

Kannada

Tamil

Odia

Bengali

Malayalam

Draft  Action  Points on NPMF, 2017 (PDF, XLS)

Workshop

Programme

List of Participants

Feedback

Press Release

Presentations

1. National Policy on Marine Fisheries 2017: Integrating the SSF Guidelines - Sebastian Mathew

2. Fisheries Management from the SSF Guidelines Perspective - K Sunil Mohamed

3. Fisheries Post-Harvest and Trade from the SSF Guidelines Perspective - Nikita Gopal

4. Mariculture Policy for complementing  SSF guidelines for improving the plight of Indian coastal fishermen  -  G.Gopakumar

5. Draft National Policy on Mariculture 2018 - Marianne Manuel

6. Mariculture, Deep Sea Fishing and Other New Initiatives in India-from the SSF Guidelines Perspective - C.M.Muralidharan

7. Social Development of Fishing Communities in the NMFP 2017- From the perspective of the SSF Guidelines - V. Vivekanandan

8. Gender Equity in Fisheries from the SSF Guidelines Perspective - Nalini Nayak

9. Coastal and Marine Environment, Climate Change and Blue Growth
Coastal and Marine Environment, Climate Change and Blue Growth from SSF Guidelines Perspective - E. Vivekanandan

Group Discussion

1. Group A: Fisheries Management

2. Group B: Fisheries Management

3. Group 1C: Fisheries Post- Harvest and Trade

4. Group 1D: Fisheries Post- Harvest and Trade

5. Group 3: Mariculture, Deep Sea Fishing, Environment and Climate Change: Maharashtra and Gujarat

6. Group 2: Environment and Mariculture: Goa and Karnataka

7. Group: Puducherry, Kerala and Tamil Nadu: Mariculture, Deep Sea Fishing, Environment and Climate Change

8. Group: Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and West Bengal: Mariculture

9. Welfare and Gender: Maharashtra and Gujarat

10. Fishermen welfare, social security and Gender: Review of NPMF 2017: Karnataka and Goa presentation

11. Group: Puducherry, Kerala and Tamil Nadu: Fishers Welfare, Social Security Nets and Institutional Credit

12. Gender Equity and Social Development: Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and West Bengal

Fisheries sector schemes compiled

Description of Fisheries Support Schemes during the year 2019-2020 with Number of Beneficiaries and Outlay under the SSF Guidelines’ Categories

Photos

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

News Articles Compilation

West Bengal

Odisha

Andhra Pradesh

Tamil Nadu

Puducherry

Kerala

Karnataka

Goa

Maharashtra

Gujarat

Arunachal Pradesh

Assam

Bihar

Manipur

Madhya Pradesh

Jharkhand

Tripura

Uttar Pradesh


Group Photo (jpg)


NPMF