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Total annual catch

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Source: World Bank/FAO/WorldFish (2010)





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Yinji Li

Yinji Li works as an associate professor in the School of Marine Science and Technology at Tokai University, Japan. She is a marine social scientist whose research focuses on coastal governance, coastal fisheries governance, community-based management, fishery commons, and fishing community's capacity building. From April 2019, she will be on a one-year sabbatical at the TBTI headquarters at the Memorial University of Newfoundland in Canada. [read more]

Upcoming Events

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Webinar: Gender Equity & Equality in the SSF Guidelines - April 16 & 17

Effective implementation of the gender aspects of the SSF Guidelines will require fisheries governing institutions that have the capacity and capability to integrate gender research and best practices in their policy and practice. Join us if you have an interest in gender, the implementation of the SSF Guidelines, & the governance assessment. 

This will be an interactive webinar so come ready to participate!

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News & Updates

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TBTI Digest, April 2019

Download TBTI Digest to learn about the recent project’s activities and outputs. You can also contact us if you have any news or feedback. ...[read more]

A look around the globe: building SSF pictures one question at a time

Starting this month, TBTI will publish a series of short surveys on SSF, based on our “20 Questions about SSF”. The first survey focuses on terms and definitions we use when referring to SSF in different locations around the world. ...[read more]

‘Empowering Women in the Maritime Community’: TBTI discusses partnerships and networking for gender equality

On behalf of TBTI, Milena Arias Schreiber attended the Third International Women's Conference organized by the World Maritime University in Malmö, Sweden. ...[read more]

These are our stories

For this International Woman's Day, we have compiled a number of short stories about women in small-scale fisheries, written by women scientists. ...[read more]