(in partnership with PMU and SPC RRRT)
Suva, Fiji – The Pacific-European Union (EU) Marine Partnership (PEUMP) programme has launched its new website today.
The website, which can be accessed here https://peump.dev/ contains extensive information on the programme’s activities in coastal fisheries, marine biodiversity, oceanic fisheries, education and capacity building and mainstreaming a gender and human rights-based approach in the fisheries sector.
The second Programme Steering Committee (PSC) meeting for/of the Pacific-European Union Marine Partnership (PEUMP) Programme will provide members an update on the second year of implementation (1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020).
The Pacific-European Union Marine Partnership (PEUMP) programme applies a gender, social inclusion lens and human rights-based approach across all of its programming. In response to SDG 10, PEUMP’s implementing partners are trained to act sensitively, identify opportunities to tackle poverty reduction, ensure an inclusive and fair share of benefits that leave no one behind, while supporting countries on the ground to strengthen the social dimension of their work.
Suva, Fiji (17 February, 2020) – A training workshop to raise awareness of the obstacles women and men face in the commercial fishing industry, the impact of foreign offshore fishing operations on Pacific people’s lives and the impact on human rights was recently held in Honiara, Solomon Islands.