Stewardfish: INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS AND ORGANISATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF FISHERIES-RELATED STATE AGENCIES FOR ENABLING ECOSYSTEM STEWARDSHIP IN CARIBBEAN FISHERIES SECTORS - CLME+ HUB

Stewardfish: INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS AND ORGANISATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF FISHERIES-RELATED STATE AGENCIES FOR ENABLING ECOSYSTEM STEWARDSHIP IN CARIBBEAN FISHERIES SECTORS

CANARI conducted an Institutional Analysis and Organisational Assessment in each of the project countries to contribute to Outcome 1.2 “Fisheries-related state agencies have capacity to support fishing industry stewardship” and Output 1.2.1 “state agency implementation gaps are assessed regarding support for fisherfolk organisations and their role in stewardship” of the project. The aim of the analysis was to identify current strengths, as well as opportunities for improvement in each project country’s fisheries-related state agencies, in order to improve their capacity to support ecosystem stewardship by fisherfolk and their organisations. The analysis included: • Designing an institutional analysis tool adapted from the Adaptation: Rapid Institutional Assessment (ARIA) methodology, including an organisational assessment survey targeted at the fisheries authorities • Conducting desk studies, surveys, virtual and in-country interviews and focus groups with fisherfolk, fisheries authorities and other key state agencies in the project countries Facilitating national workshops3 to present, validate, refine and receive input on the preliminary findings and identify priorities for improvement, in each project country • Producing country reports of findings, including recommended priorities for improvement This report provides a brief summary of the common findings and recommendations from the institutional analyses and organisational assessments that were conducted in the seven target countries between December to September 2020

Year: 2020
Author: CANARI
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