has for more than 40 years been providing an opportunity for coastal developing countries to assess and manage their fisheries for a sustainable use of the oceans. The goals and objectives of the programme evolved over time, responding to new global challenges and the needs of recipient countries.
is a H2020 project that focuses on assessing the effects of climate change on fisheries and aquaculture, and how to adapt to those changes. The project has shown that climate change is causing fish stocks to change behaviour and distribution, which in also the fact in some of the FarFish case studies. ClimeFish produced a CWA on how to develop climate adaptation plans, in a similar approach as the FarFish project is producing a CWA on how to develop management recommendations.
is a H2020 project that has the overall objective to enhance the economic sustainability and competitiveness of European fisheries and aquaculture sectors. The project has analysed markets and supply chains relevant for FarFish.
includes a team of specialists whose aim is to promote, facilitate and support the implementation of sustainable fisheries standards on a global scale, and particularly the Fisheries Language for Universal Exchange (UN/FLUX).
is an intergovernmental organisation (RFMO) responsible for the management of tuna and tuna-like species in the Indian Ocean. Tuna and tuna like species are a focus of one case study in the FarFish project.