ALLFISH (GEF) (WB-P120368)

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$ 2.01 million
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Updated in EWS Sep 28, 2018

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Project Description

ALLFISH is a partnership between the seafood industry, represented by the International Coalition of Fisheries Associations (ICFA), the World Bank, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF).

The International Coalition of Fisheries Associations is a non-governmental organization comprised of national fishing and seafood industry associations mainly from OECD countries. ICFA encourages membership by seafood and fishing industry associations from developing countries. Members meet annually to plan participation in global and regional fisheries policy forums and advance coordinated positions designed to provide practical, implementable business solutions and approaches to sustainable fisheries.

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Telephone: (202) 473-1000



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