Inland fisheries contribute to the livelihoods and well being of significant populations of the APFIC region. Despite this, they are often overlooked or ignored in development, resulting in their systematic undervaluation and near invisibility in national policies. This section contains a number of resources relating to the function and role of inland fisheries in the region.
This category contains presentations and background information relating to the APFIC Regional Consultative workshop on Low value and trash fish in the Asia-Pacific Region. The published workshop report and regional review that accompanied this work are available in the APFIC download section. http://www.apfic.org/modules/wfdownloads/viewcat.php?op=&cid=39
This section contains overviews and reviews of various marine fisheries and resources of the APFIC region.
This section contains resource background materials, relating to the policy and directions of regional countries in exploring their offshore fishery resources.
This section contains materials relevant to shark fisheries in the Asia-Pacific region.
Documents, presentations and regional reviews of the tuna resources and issues relating to tunas in the APFIC area.