Fisheries, Aquaculture and Marine Ecosystems

What is FAME?


FAME (SPC Division of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Marine Ecosystems) main's work is to provide the 22 SPC's member countries and territories with the information they need to make informed decisions on the management and development of their aquatic resources, and help to provide the tools and strengthen the capacity needed to implement these decisions.

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FAME is composed of two programmes: the Oceanic Fisheries Programme and the Coastal Fisheries Programme.

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SPCs vision for the region is a secure and prosperous Pacific Community whose people are educated and healthy and manage their resources in a sustainable way. While FAMEs goal mainly focuses on the sustainable management of marine resources, we don't neglect the opportunities that these provide to improve education, health and prosperity.


Oceanic Fisheries Programme
Coastal Fisheries Programme
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Late NEWS

Shark and ray ID manual .

FAME - November 2019
Shark and ray ID manual
 to improve the identification of 44 shark and ray species encountered in the Pacific tuna fisheries...
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RTMCF3 .

FAME - November 2019
Third Regional Technical Meeting on Coastal Fisheries
RTMCF3 took place at SPC headquarters in Noumea, from the 5th to the 8th of November...
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Newsletter 159 .

FAME - October 2019
SPC Fisheries Newsletter 159
Stocks of the four main tuna species fished in Oceania are in relatively good health. This is one of the conclusions...
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Tuna fishing in Vanuatu .

FAME - September 2019
Policy Brief on small-scale tuna fisheries
What lessons have been learned in the many attempts to develop small-scale tuna fisheries in the Pacific region?...
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