Implications of international trade standards and Certification Schemes for Aquaculture on Small Scale producers

The objective of this work is to determine what consequences aquaculture certification standards may have for small scale producers, and identify means to support them in achieving standards and overcoming the constraints. The work will involve an initial phase comprising of a desk-based impact assessment and a second phase undertaking case studies within Asia and Latin America to pilot recommendations.

Ref: 

ZO1012

Start Date: 

Friday, 21 December, 2007 to Thursday, 31 January, 2008

Services Provided: 

  • Summarise international standards and certification schemes
  • Baseline quantitative survey of global developing country exports by small-scale aquaculture producers
  • Analysis of potential impacts of standards on small-scale aquaculture producers

% as lead firm: 

100

Proportion MRAG: 

100

Duration (months): 

2

Number of Staff: 

4

Name of Client: 

FAO

Client Address: 

United Kingdom

Project Tags: 

Services: 

Country: 

Asia, S.America, Caribbean

Project Value: 

12 856 EUR

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