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Seaweed Culture in Mandapam
 
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A BOBP project which experimented with the culture and processing of seaweed at Mandapam in South India.[1989] Visit us @ www.bobpigo.org
Improving Safety and Health of Fishing Communities (Safety at sea) : A Bay of Bengal Initiative
 
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Visit http://www.bobpigo.org/safetyatsea for details on the forthcoming International Workshop on Improving Safety and Health of Fishing Communities being organized on 13--14 December 2010 in Mahabalipuram, India, at the Radisson Temple Bay Hotel, 60 km south of Chennai city, adjacent to a fishing village.
BOBP-IGO: Maintaining Marine Engines in Fishing Boats of Bangladesh (Bangla version)
 
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Every year thousand of fishermen in Bangladesh face death during fishing due to engine trouble. This video provides a step-by-step guide for troubleshooting and basic maintenance of engines. For more videos visit www.bobpigo.org
BOBP-IGO: Maintaining Long tail Engines use by fishermen in India and Sri Lanka (Tamil Version)
 
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A step-by-step guide to maintain long-tail engines generally use in artisanal and small-scale fishing boats in east coast of India and northern Sri Lanka
Indian Delegation at the 33rd Session of the Committee on Fisheries; 9-13 July 2018, FAO-UN, Rome
 
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Led by Mr Tarun Shridhar, Secretary, Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare, the Indian Delegation highlighted the importance of sustaining small-scale fisheries; implementation of SDG Goals; global support in tackling issues arising out of climate change; regional cooperation; and strengthening aquaculture, especially freshwater aquaculture. The Delegation also urged FAO to create better synergies with the Regional Fisheries Bodies and increase its presence in the field.
Use of ice aboard Fishing Boats of Andhra Pradesh
 
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A BOBP project that promoted the use ice by motorized navas in Andhra Pradesh, India. Visit us @ www.bobpigo.org
Life Float | Promoting Safety at Sea of Small-Scale Fisheries | BOBP-IGO
 
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LIFE FLOAT Promoting Safety at Sea of Small-Scale Fisheries #Lifefloat | #BOBP | #BOBPIGO Life Float - Short Film | Video BOBP-IGO - http://bobpigo.org/ OPP - http://oppbob.org/
Beach-hauling Devices,Maldives
 
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A BOBP project that tried out and promoted the use of capstans to haul dhonies ashore in the Maldives.[1989]. Visit us @ www.bobpigo.org
Cleaner fishing Harbours in the Maldives
 
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Status of fishery harbour pollution in the Maldives (1990).
Therukoothu(A Street Play)
 
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The traditional dance-drama form of Tamil Nadu is Now being used to educate rural audiences on health, hygiene, environment and social welfare. Visit us @ www.bobpigo.org
World Tuna Day - 02 May 2017
 
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The United Nations in 2016 declared 02 May as the 'World Tuna Day'. Today, tuna is a highly traded commodity in the global fisheries. According to a 2016 Report published by the Pew Charitable Trusts, globally about 4.6 million tonnes of tuna landed worldwide with an estimated end value of USD 33.3 billion. Yellowfin, Skipjack, Big Eye, Albacore and Blue Fin constitute the principal market species in tuna fisheries. The Indian Ocean harbours some of the largest stocks of tuna in the World, with the Bay of Bengal Programme Inter-Governmental Organisation member-countries such as Maldives, Sri Lanka and India harvesting a large portion of the stocks. Tunas are highly nutritious and rich in selenium, vitamin B3 (niacin), vitamin B12, vitamin B6, and protein. They are also a very good source of phosphorus, vitamin B1 (thiamin), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), choline, vitamin D, and the minerals potassium, iodine, and magnesium and omega 3 fatty acid. This is the reason that worldwide tuna sandwiches are amongst the most-liked fast foods. We observe World Tuna Day to highlight the importance of sustainably managed fish stocks in achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Background music: "Heartbeat" by Shankar Ehsaan Loy.
Whale Shark Tourism | Dr. Yugraj Yadava shares his experience | BOBP-IGO
 
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(Video: Dr. Yugraj Yadava shares his experience of meeting the friendly whale sharks of Cebu and Cebu Model of Conservation) The BOBP-IGO wishes you all the effort and support on this occasion of the World Environment Day 2018. This year, the focus is on plastics and the goal is moving towards a plastic-free future. 13 Million tonnes of plastic pollutes ocean water every year. Scientists estimate that without urgent action, there could be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050. Five countries are responsible for more than 50 percent of total plastic waste in the oceans (China, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, and Thailand).” (World Bank). Plastic enters food chain in the form of micro-plastic, which, according to a recent study becoming a preferred food for fish! Only last week a whale shark died in Thailand after consuming plastic. A European Union Study shows coastal tourism is a major source of littering and plastic pollution. Unruly behaviour by tourists as well as lack of local control can be catastrophic. However, at the same time coastal tourism can also promote conservation and supports sustainable livelihoods. Recently, Dr Yugraj Yadava travelled to Oslob in Cebu in Philippines where he had a wonderful first-hand experience of the Oslob Whale Shark Watching. Whale shark fishing in Philippines led to a drastic decline in its population and an urgent call for conservation. As a means to support conservation and livelihoods, whale shark watching in Cebu started last September 2011 and it became popular all over the world when the news hit in the internet last November 2011. By December 2011, local fishermen’s interact with the whale sharks by feeding them that result to flocking of tourist to the beach of Tan-awan. Large numbers of tourists began arriving in Oslob not just to see the whale sharks being fed but also to snorkel or dive with them. As of now, sharks are bringing millions of dollars for the local economy and tourism is booming. It seems both sharks and human are happy! However, will Cebu be able to keep the plastics and other tourism-related negative impacts at bay? We, of course, hope for the best! • BOBP-IGO IS ACTIVELY MINIMIZING USE OF PLASTIC IN ITS OFFICE. WE DISCOURAGE USE OF PLASTICS IN ANY MEETING EVENT WE ORGANISE AND PARTICIPATE!
BOBP-IGO: Maintaining Long tail Engines use by fishermen in India and Sri Lanka
 
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A step-by-step guide to maintain long-tail engines generally use in artisanal and small-scale fishing boats in east coast of India and northern Sri Lanka
Calendar 2013
 
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The 2013 Calendar of BOBP-IGO 2013 marks a decade of the establishment of BOBP as an inter-governmental organisation. In these ten years, BOBP-IGO has turned out to be a showcase of regional cooperation. Looking forward, we see challenges of course, but also opportunities to improve BOBP-IGO's ability to learn from its experiences, and to meet the aspirations of its member-countries and development partners. The 2013 Calendar, presented here in a video format with accompanying lilting music from Bangladesh, provides glimpses into the activities conducted by BOBP-IGO in the last decade.
BOBP-IGO: Maintaining Long tail Engines use by fishermen in India (Telugu version)
 
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A step-by-step guide to maintain long-tail engines generally use in artisanal and small-scale fishing boats in east coast of India and northern Sri Lanka
2014 BOBP-IGO Calendar
 
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Towards Cleaner Fishing Harbours
 
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Activities of IMO/SIDA/BOBP project on combating pollution in the Vishakhapatnam fishing harbour, India [1981]
Salt Workers of India
 
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BOBP - Salt Video Film Bay of Bengal Programme Inter-Governmental Organization
BOBP-IGO: Maintaining Marine Engines in Fishing Boats
 
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Every year thousand of fishermen in Bangladesh face death during fishing due to engine trouble. This video provides a step-by-step guide for troubleshooting and basic maintenance of engines. For Bangla version visit www.bobpigo.org
Statement of Dr Y S Yadava, Director, BOBP-IGO on the Occasion of the World Food Day-2017
 
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Statement of Dr Y S Yadava, Director, BOBP-IGO on the Occasion of the World Food Day, 2017
Presentation by Bangladeshi participants in Regional Essential EAFM Training Course
 
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Presentation by Bangladeshi participants in Regional Essential EAFM Training Course 11-16 August 2014
Small-scal Fisherfolk Communities in the Bay of Bengal
 
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Summary of BOBP's work since its inception. [1991, 15min] Slide presentation converted to video.
Tuna fishing in the Bay of Bengal Fish, Fishers and Fishing | BOBP-IGO
 
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Tuna fishing in the Bay of Bengal Fish, fishers and fishing | BOBP-IGO

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