Illegal, Unregulated, Unreported (IUU) Fishing

Illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing reduced through enhanced monitoring, control and surveillance of both oceanic and coastal fisheries; improved legislation; access to information; and effective marine area management

  • Support for the review of national legislation to be in line with international principles as well as the implementation of IUU national plans of action
  • Training to deal with IUU incidents and assistance with prosecutions and sanctions
  • Trials of new technology to assist national and regional monitoring, control and surveillance (MCS) efforts
  • Technical assistance with catch documentation systems, electronic monitoring and electronic reporting
  • International outreach and advocacy on IUU and control of high seas fisheries
  • Capacity building and training of MCS officers, with an emphasis on the enforcement of port state controls and coastal fisheries regulations
  • Development of tools and systems to combat IUU fishing activities in coastal waters

IUU Fishing
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Photo: Francisco Blaha
KRA Contact

Len Rodwell
FFA Fisheries Development Adviser
[email protected]

Rajneel Singh
FFA PEUMP Finance and Procurement Coordinator
[email protected]

Lead Agency

Main Partner