Sustainable Management of Bycatch in Latin America and Caribbean Trawl Fisheries (REBYC-II LAC)
The Sustainable Management of Bycatch in Latin America and Caribbean Trawl Fisheries (REBYC-II LAC) is a partnership between six countries and regional organizations to better manage bycatch and support the sustainable development of trawl fisheries and the people who depend on them. Over a five year period, the REBYC-II LAC project aims to reduce food loss and encourage sustainable livelihoods by improving the management of bycatch and minimizing discards and sea-bed damage, thereby transforming bottom trawl fisheries into responsible fisheries.
Enhanced management of bycatch and conservation of ‘blue forest’ habitats in the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) bottom/shrimp trawl fisheries through effective public and private sector partnership and adoption of best practices that support sustainable livelihoods.
North Brazil Shelf (LME) , Pacific Central-American Coastal (LME) , Caribbean Sea (LME) , Gulf of Mexico (LME)
Americas , Caribbean , Central America , SIDS (Americas) , South America , SIDS , Small island developing States
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|Project type||Full-Size Project|
|Status||active (Project Approved)|
|Start Date||23 Jun 2015|
|End Date||22 Jun 2020|
|GEF Allocation to project||5,800,000 USD|
|Total Cost of the project:||23,198,491.00 USD|
, Costa Rica
, Trinidad and Tobago
Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO)