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Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)
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Developing a catch documentation scheme for a tuna handline Fishery Improvement Project (FIP)

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  • The initiative is a market driven programme to improve the fishery management and safeguard the sustainability of small-scale, hand-line Yellowfin Tuna fishery in the PhilippinesIt is facilitated by WWF Germany and implemented by WWF Philippines and Blueyou Consultancy in close collaboration with all local stakeholders and international importers and retailersThe aim is to realize a better managed fishery rewarded by the MSC within 4 yearsThe initiative is bringing together fisheries and market actors, - which are financing the cost of fishery improvement -, and in exchange get direct access to a source of better productLG-1260 boats; fisher- 1915Min – boats 1351; fishers-2338Total boats – 2611; total fishers: 4253
  • The CDS needs to serve both public official purposes as well as the specific (private) needs of the partnership programmeThe developments and conceptual design of the CDS will be developed by the Initiative in close collaboration with BFAR and LGU‘sThe main responsbility for correct implementation is by the public authoritiesAs a back-up, the initiative will parallely transform paper data into IT form within the dedicated supply chainBased on the official version of the CDS, the initiative will further base private schemes such as the traceability
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    • 1. Developing a CatchDocumentation Scheme (CDS) for the tuna handline fisheryimprovement project (FIP) in the Philippines Jose Ingles WWF Coral Triangle Programme 2nd CT-Fisheries Forum Suva, Fiji, June 18-20, 2012
    • 2. outline . . .• why a need for catch documentation scheme• understanding the current system• building CDS• embracing technology
    • 3. why CDS?• building foundation of any traceability system• addresses all the three elements of IUU: – Illegal – Unreported – Unregulated
    • 4. Partnership Programme Towards Sustainable Tuna Fishery Profile• 4253 tuna full time fishers• 2611 artisanal boats• ~3 000 mt tons/yr• only 20% quality as grade A IUU Concerns • < 15% registered in 2010; • 100 %of catch undocumented • both fishery is unregulatedQuality & DocumentationFishermen Tuna Exporters Importers Retailers Consumers Traders 4253 80 8
    • 5. Overview: Main Scope and Areas Data Gathering Scientific Data for FisheryTECHNICAL & Mapping Research Management Decisions CDS UOC Legislation Registration/Licensing Traceability Product Quality & Food Safety New Tuna Management PlanSTAKEHOLDERS Knowledge Building Stakeholder Engagement Harmonization of Measures Awareness Creation Cooperation amongst LGU’s 2011 2012 2013 2014
    • 6. System Architecture of CDS Fishermen Tuna Traders Importers Market EUCatch Documentation Scheme (CDS)• According to existing laws / ordinances Supply Chain outside Partnership Programme• Based on BFAR-Processes, but adopted to the specific project needs of WWF / BY• Paper based / easy to handle• Mainly managed by local LGU‘s / BFAR Supply Chain Partnership Programme• Information is passed on to local authorities for processing of data IT Data Base Traceability• Paper information needs to transformed Processing Plant Export into electronic format based on consistent and uniform system (Private) MarketsIT-Database CDS Catch MASTER Data Base Certificates(official / public) and for Fishery ManagementManaged and update by Plan and Decision Makinglocal LGU‘s and BFAR in Auxiliarycoordination with Project Invoices (Private / Public?)Management WWF / BY (offical)
    • 7. EU – IUUSIMPLIFIED CATCHCERTIFICATE PROCESS Next Page
    • 8. Fishers fills up catchlanding form EU Simplified CDS: In TheoryBuyers document catch Approval & Taxation by Dataof target species from LGU (quarantine validationdifferent vessels clearance) Validation & Inspection of BFAR declaration and cargo by LGU police FISHERIES ->travel permit DATABASE Pre-shipment Catch Certificate Issued BFAR validates & Inspection by BFAR based on catch entries on catch, fisheries inspection declarations, health health clearance & unit certificate destinationa -> health certificate Application for export permit
    • 9. X Fishers fills up catch landing form EU Simplified CDS: In Practice X Buyers document catch of target species from different vessels X Approval & Taxation by LGU (quarantine clearance) XData validation X Validation & Inspection of declaration and cargo by LGU police ->travel permit BFAR FISHERIES DATABASE ?? ??Pre-shipment Inspection Catch Certificate Issued BFAR validates & by BFAR fisheries based on catch entries on catch, inspection unit declarations, health health clearance & -> health certificate certificate destinationa Application for export permit
    • 10. improving the sytem• revisit the forms to conform to the conditions in the fishery;• the cds should facilitate, not impede the business;• determine gaps and address weaknesses needed to efficiently implement at every stage (training, capacity)
    • 11. Fish catch certificate BFAR New Design copies of FCRs and Ais. Digitalization of all landing information (FCRs)Fish catch report (FCR) for 5each landing, a copy for Auxiliary invoice (AI)= cargoeach exporter buying from info referring to FCRs, bill ofthis landing. Signed by lading and taxation. Signed bycaptain & casa & evtl. LGU LGU, BFAR, and exporter 1 3 Digitalization of FCRs & AI by dedi- cated processors (private initiative) Fishermen Tuna Traders Exporters 4 2 Casa copies of FCRs for book-keeping
    • 12. 1. Vessel name Our Lord Savior II2. Vessel Registration no. OCM-05-03673. Fishing ground Mamburao, OCM4. Days at sea 4.a Date landed 4.b Time landed 7 days 12/30/2011 10:43 am5. Fish Landing No. 23-TQPieces Species Grade Tag Kg Trader 1 YFT A TQ-1212 32 D/L 2 YFT A TQ-1213 38 D/L 3 YFT B TQ-1214 78 FABC 4 YFT B TQ-1215 58 FABC 5 YFT B TQ-1216 50 FABC 6 YFT A TQ-1217 46 D/L 7 YFT A TQ-1218 32 D/L Total Pieces 14 tot. kg 648 Summary of retained catch Summary of retained catchSpecies Tot. pcs/binsot. weight T Species Tot. pcs/bins Tot. weightBlue Marlin 1 260Rainbow Runner 2 pcs 5Market ExportQuarantine Clearance Fishery Officer SignatureFishery Inspection BFAR representative signature Shipment ReceivalTransportation TransportationInterior temperature Interior temperatureDate/Time Date/TimeProduct Temperature Product TemperatureCasa TraderDriver Driver
    • 13. Tag & FCR Details of fishing operation 21 Landing code: 1 MMXX – ZZZZ-ZZ‘ MMXX – ZZZZ (landing site – sequential fish number) (landing site – sequential fish number) 1 3 4 5 ZZZZ Weight grade cargo 2756 63 B 2757 39 A x 2758 51 C … … … x 6 Bycatch: □… □… □… Signatures 7 1. Captain (thumb mark) 2. Landing site manager (casa) 3. Exporter (optional) 4. LGU official
    • 14. Auxiliary invoice & cargo code1 Landing codes Fish no. (Z) * Pcs. weight Cargo code MMXX – YY – ddmmyy 1,3,6,7 4 180 MM – EE – ddmmyy – VV MMXX‘ – YY‘ – ddmmyy‘ 1-5 5 225 (municipality – exporter – date – vehicle) MMXX‘‘– YY‘‘ – ddmmyy‘‘ 4-6 3 135 … 2 3 Total 12 540 Signature exporter Date and place of shipment: Vehicle number plate: 4 Destination: 5 Signature LGU
    • 15. Quarantine clearanceCargo code Pcs. weight Signature exporter1 MM – EE – ddmmyy – VV 12 540 (municipality – exporter – date – vehicle) 2 3 Tax: xx PHP per piece/kg Amount: yyy PHP 2. Signature of BFAR
    • 16. Processing4 Reception / Processing / Packing, freezing butchering loining, trimming MMXX – YYY – ddmmyy – Z (landing site – vessel – date – fish) 1 2 Packaging code (XX- YY) Internal processing bar code Export 3 (retailer bar code)
    • 17. Embracing technology:- efficient, accurate, real time & tamper-proofinformation
    • 18. Thank You for your kind attention

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