Ministerial Conference on Fisheries Cooperation Among African States Bordering the Atlantic Ocean (ATLAFCO)
Conférence Ministérielle sur la Coopération Halieutique entre les Etats Africains Riverains de l'Océan Atlantique (COMHAFAT)
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1989. T-XT9198 - Regional Convention on Fisheries Cooperation among African States Bordering the Atlantic Ocean serves as Constituent Convention. Protocol relating to the institutional framework of ATLAFCO adopted 15 Oct 1999, Conakry (Guinea).
Promote an effective and active cooperation between Member States for conservation and sustainable development of fisheries in the region.
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Session (every 2 years); Bureau; Executive Secretariat. Networks (4): African Association of Exporters Importers of Fishery Products -- Association Africaine des Importateurs Exportateurs des Produits Halieutiques (AFIEX); African Network of Women in Fisheries Sector -- Réseau Africain des Femmes de la Pêche (RAFEP); Coalition of African Maritime Training Institutions -- Regroupement des établissements de formation maritime africains (REFMA); Network of Fisheries Research and Marine Sciences Institutes -- Réseau des Instituts de Recherche Halieutique et des Sciences de la Mer (RAFISMER).
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