Project Title

Report and Workshop on Capacity Building for Improvement of Economic Reactivation in Sustainable Aquaculture 

Project Year

2021   

Project Number

OFWG 05 2021 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

OFWG 05 2021 

Project Title

Report and Workshop on Capacity Building for Improvement of Economic Reactivation in Sustainable Aquaculture 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

General Project Account 

Sub-fund

None 

Project Year

2021 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

53,200 

Co-funding Amount

Total Project Value

53,200 

Sponsoring Forum

Oceans and Fisheries Working Group (OFWG) 

Topics

Fisheries; Marine Conservation; Oceans 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Peru 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

China; Indonesia; Japan; Papua New Guinea; Chinese Taipei; Thailand 

Expected Start Date

01/05/2022 

Expected Completion Date

30/04/2023 

Project Proponent Name 1

Guido Villanueva Zuniga 

Job Title 1

General Director of Aquaculture 

Organization 1

Ministry of Production 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(51-1) 6162222 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

gvillanueva@produce.gob.pe 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Guido Villanueva Zuniga 

Project Summary

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, APEC economies have taken actions to support the economic reactivation of small and micro enterprises. APEC economies account for more than 80 percent of world aquaculture production, however the impact of these economic recovery measures has not been evaluated for the aquaculture sector with a sustainable approach.
This project aims to hold a capacity building workshop of APEC developing and developed economies, to improve their expertise to carry out recovery actions and programs to benefit micro and small business aquaculture producers, in order to improve food production, economic reactivation of the aquaculture value chain and strengthening resilience to climate change.

The workshop will benefit analysts, officials and policy makers from the aquaculture sector and will provide a report on the experiences developed and the impact of economic reactivation initiatives for small and micro aquaculture enterprises in the APEC Region.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: The development of the aquaculture value chain, as a key food industry, has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly affecting the extraction volumes and risking food safety worldwide today and for future generations, since APEC economies account for over 80 percent of global aquaculture production. In this sense, it is important that the benefits of economic reactivation in the APEC Region reach aquaculture producers, to contribute to ensure the continuity of their activities through specific policies or programs.

The project will benefit all APEC economies by providing a diagnose about the impacts of economic reactivation measures in aquaculture micro and small businesses the APEC Region, as well as by developing capacity through the analysis of best practices and recommendations to improve the implementation of recovery initiatives with a sustainable approach. This approach is expected to be useful to all APEC developing economies, as well.

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: The project is designed to develop a comprehensive report and contribute to improve implementation of economic reactivation measures for the aquaculture sector in APEC economies. In that sense, the project meets the eligibility criteria under APEC General Project Account (GPA) for 2021, namely ‘Economic and Trade Policies that Strengthen Recovery’ since it will allow to have a diagnose on the results of recovery initiatives and programs for small aquaculture producers implemented by APEC economies, as well as the criteria ‘Increasing Inclusion and Sustainability for Recovery’, since the project will focus on developing recommendations for APEC officials to improve the implementation of recovery measures with a sustainable approach. In that regard, this project will also contribute to the expected outcomes of the OFWG Work Plan for 2021: Take action to implement initiatives related to COVID-19 recovery related to the sustainable management of marine ecosystem; as well as to the priorities of the OFWG Strategic Plan 2021-2023, namely Priority 1 “Sustainable use of the Marine Environment” and Priority 4 “Small scale and artisanal fisheries and aquaculture promotion”.

Relevance – Capacity Building: The Project proposes to develop a report on the effect of the actions for the economic reactivation in aquaculture producers and a workshop where it is expected that the participants, analysts and policy makers will strengthen and collect the experiences of the member economies to be used in making decision-making to promote economic reactivation with a sustainability approach for aquaculture small businesses.

Through this project, all participants will be encouraged to share their economies’ measures and initiatives for economy reactivation for aquaculture producers. This will enable to benchmark best practices and extrapolate results and recommendations to improve participant capacities and foster possible innovative approaches that are applicable in the Asia Pacific Region.

Moreover, this project will develop a research report and create a long-term impact among APEC developed and developing economies, specifically, by focusing on the needs of APEC members to better plan and implement economic recovery programs and initiatives, to overcome the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The project workshop is expected to become an enabler for participants to improve their knowledge and experience to perform a better assessment and planification of sustainable initiatives to benefit small aquaculture producers. This project is designed to be inclusive and collaborative-based, which, in turn, will strengthen the capacities of participants.

Objectives

Our objective is to build the capacity of project participants from APEC economies, through research work and a workshop, to better understand the challenges and benefits of economic recovery measures and initiatives that consider a sustainable approach to benefit the aquaculture sector and its small-scale aquaculture producers, and come up with recommendations to improve the planning and implementation of such initiatives and programs to help APEC economies address the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  The project is aligned with APEC Putrajaya Vision 2040 'Strong, Balanced, Secure, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth' and APEC New Zealand 2021 Priorities of ‘Economic and trade policies that strengthen recovery’ and ‘Increasing inclusion and sustainability for recovery by building a better society for all people and generating a green recovery’ because it proposes promoting inclusion and unlocking the potential of the aquaculture value chain for aquaculture small producers, by generating capacity to better implement specific policies for the development of recovery measures in the aquaculture sector with a sustainability approach.

Alignment – Forum: The project aligns with the Ocean and Fisheries Working Group Work Plan for 2021, contributing to take actions to implement COVID-19 recovery initiatives that are related to the sustainable management of marine ecosystem, by developing capacity of APEC economies to better assure the implementation of sustainable economic recovery measures that also improve food safety in the APEC Region, as well as policies and programs that benefit aquaculture producers, including women from the field who are exposed to the climate change impacts on their production.

This project will also contribute to OFWG Strategic Plan 2021-2023, specially to Priority 1 “Sustainable use of the Marine Environment” objective 1 “Promote the protection and conservation of the marine environment and the sustainable use of fisheries, aquaculture and ocean ecosystems in the APEC region to ensure long-term economic benefits” because it will address the sustainable approach of economic recovery measures, and Priority 4 “Small scale and artisanal fisheries and aquaculture promotion”, by developing specific recommendations to policy makers who are in charge of implementing initiatives oriented towards small aquaculture producers, to help them overcome the negative economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: The outputs of this project are outlined below:

1) A Research Report on existing policies, actions, measures and/or programs and experiences carried out by APEC economies, that have had an impact on the economic reactivation in small and medium-sized aquaculture companies. The report will serve as the baseline information for the subsequent needs to be addressed in the capacity building workshop. In this first stage of the project, a consultant will be hired to develop surveys to collect relevant information among APEC economies and secondary information will be added as a result of the interviews with those involved. The development of data collection considers the participation of biologists, engineers, economists, policy makers and other professionals involved in the implementation of economic recovery measures who will be surveyed in the research stage. At least 10 of the 21 APEC economies are expected to respond to the surveys. The consultant will carry out the work of collecting information on the APEC economies and will prepare a research report that consolidates the information on the participating economies, which will have a maximum of 60 pages. The report will describe initiatives targeting small aquaculture producers in the APEC region. To complement the research, the consultant will also incorporate information from secondary sources, such as international organizations that carry out economic reactivation actions. The Report will contain the following structure: Objective, participants, development of surveys, development of interviews, analysis of results, findings, recommendations and conclusions.

2) A capacity building 2-day Virtual Workshop. The information collected and main findings will be disseminated through a virtual workshop to be held for two days in  December 2022, which will be recorded for the purpose of preparing the final report. Members from all APEC economies and private guests are expected to participate. The target participants are government officials from APEC economies, analysts and policy makers, however, many can participate in the event. At least 30% of the participants are expected to be women. During the 2-day Workshop, the participation of experts and professionals will be promoted to discuss the experiences of the economies as well as relevant recommendations. After the Workshop an evaluation survey will be carried out. The tentative agenda will be: Day 1: Presentation of the expert on economic reactivation-1 hour, Presentation of the results of the research report-2 hours, opinion of the participants and speakers-1 hour. Day 2: Summary ½ hour, working groups 40 minutes, development of recommendations by expert 2 hours, evaluation survey.

3) A Final Report. Finally, a synthesis report of the project will be presented to the OFWG. This will include the information from surveys, the measures / initiatives / programs that APEC economies have developed to support the economic reactivation of small aquaculture producers, highlighting those with the greatest impact and that have incorporated a sustainable approach. The final report will also provide recommendations for direct application during the planning and implementation process of economic recovery measures in the aquaculture sector, which will be promoted so that economies can implement them, in order to continue supporting the reactivation of small and medium-sized enterprises. aquaculture companies in the Asia-Pacific Region. The final report will contain no more than 100 pages. The proposed structure includes an executive summary, chapters about the information collected, conclusions and recommendations.

Outcomes: Expected outcomes for this project are:

1. The Project is expected to improve understanding on the impacts, benefits and challenges of economic recovery measures to benefit the small-scale aquaculture sector, with a sustainable approach, in the context of the recovery from the negative impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.  The research can reveal the existing policies that could be replicated in the APEC Region, to support small-scale aquaculture producers. The awareness of APEC member economies to other initiatives and its impacts and results can open opportunities for cooperation and improvement of current initiatives to overcome the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

2. In turn, the project findings are expected to contribute to strengthen and improve the capacities of the Workshop participants through the exchange of experiences and knowledge of the current state of the economic reactivation and its impact on the aquaculture sector, allowing member economies to obtain, share, and discuss measures, experiences and actions, as well as their results, to support small and medium aquaculture producers.

3. Promote the practical application of the recommendations of the Final Report in the future implementation of economic recovery measures for the aquaculture sector. The results will be measured through feedback surveys of the participants.

Beneficiaries: 

1) Direct institutional beneficiaries of projects include, but are not limited to, technical institutions or government agencies / ministries responsible for aquaculture management in APEC economies (e.g., ministry / agency for fisheries / aquaculture / trade / industry, research institutions marine / fisheries of APEC economies. Representatives would be expected to be specialists from Ministries with competencies in aquaculture. Project results provide relevant information, evidence, and policy / regulatory recommendations for APEC economies  to improve measures for the economic reactivation of small-scale aquaculture enterprises, with a sustainable approach.

2) Direct individual beneficiaries of the projects include medium-high level policymakers, government officials or analysts who can attend the 2-day Workshop or be informed about the project outputs, who are in charge of planning and implementation of economic recovery actions for the aquaculture sector.

3) Long-term beneficiaries will include developing economies and other operators of the aquaculture value chain in the APEC Region.

Dissemination

The Final Report will be published as an APEC report and will be available to stakeholders from APEC economies through OFWG and other APECs for a SMEWG and GOS. The Final Report will be disseminated to economies through digital means and the APEC project database.

The Final Report will be prepared in accordance with the APEC Project Guide, the APEC Publication Guidelines, the APEC Publications Toolbox for guidance on how an APEC report should be written and submitted, and the APEC Logo Guidelines, and will follow the APEC naming standards.

The project summary is also expected to be disseminated through institutional websites and press releases that follow APEC social media guidelines.

It is also expected that the Final Report will be disseminated by APEC and through institutional websites and press releases that follow the guidelines of APEC's social networks, such as Peru’s Aquaculture Information Network and its magazine.

Electronic distribution using cloud drive/websites of reports and presentations of the research and workshop will be provided to all participants, related/involved institutions and distributed to general audiences and interested stakeholders.

Gender

Both men and women policy makers, analysts, specialists and high-level officials are target beneficiaries of the capacity building activities of this project.

The impacts of their work are key to improve implementation of recovery measures in the aquaculture sector, to overcome the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in small-scale producers. In that framework, this project will provide equal opportunity for both men and women by ensuring gender balance with respect to the selection of experts and participants. A 30% of female participants, at least, is targeted for attendance in the workshop as participants, and a 30% goal for women speakers. Likewise, the interviews will consider questions to the entities about the participation of women in the sector.

Targets

Female Participants (%)

30%

Female Speakers/Experts (%)

30%

This data will be taken into account in the survey and will be included when submitting a final report to the Secretariat upon project completion, as well as providing guidance to future producer organizations on their own gender parity targets.

Referring to the Guide on Gender Criteria for APEC Project Proposals in the Guidebook on APEC Projects, please tick the pillar or pillars that this project supports, in promoting women’s economic empowerment:

5 Pillars (you may tick more than one)

1

Access to Capital and Assets

2

Access to Markets

3

Skills, Capacity Building, and Health

X

4

Leadership, Voice and Agency

X

5

Innovation and Technology


Work Plan

Dates

Activities

Deliverables

May - Jun 2022

1. Appoint a working group for the development of project activities.

2. Preparation of the TOR for hiring the Consultant

3. Hiring the Consultant

Selected working group

Contract with Consultant

Jun – Aug 2022

1. Review and adjustments of the work plan and Gantt chart

2. Preparation of surveys and interviews

3. Communicating with focal points of APEC economies to participate in the research surveys / interviews

4. Mapping of potential speakers and experts

Invitation for speakers and experts

Surveys to APEC economies

List of potential participants and speakers

1 Oct 2022

Submit the APEC Project Monitoring Report to the Secretariat

APEC Project Monitoring Report

 Sep – Oct 2022

Preparation of Research Report:

1. Surveys / interviews with the representatives of APEC Economies.

2. Coordination with project participants.

3. Collection of information

Workshop Preparation:

1. Invitations to APEC economies, guests and 2 expert speakers

2. Selection of virtual platform and possible required equipment for the virtual workshop

3. Drafting and finalizing agenda for each session of the training and workshop.

4. Compiling presentation materials from speakers.

5. Dissemination of the General Information Circular will be carried out 8 weeks before the workshop

Research report

Workshop invitations

Dec 2022

Development of the virtual 2-day Workshop:

1. Holding the capacity building Workshop

2. Distributing questionnaire to participants to assess results and gained knowledge.

3. Collecting and analyzing evaluation from speakers and participants.

Workshop Implemented

Jan - Apr 2023

Preparation of the Final Report:

1. Drafting the final report, including the consolidated information from the surveys and the workshop and recommendations results of evaluation of the project report.

2. Circulating the final project report to APEC economies (OFWG) for inputs and review.

3. Incorporating feedback from APEC economies and circulating the final report to OFWG for endorsement.

4. Submitting the Final Report to APEC Secretariat.

Endorsed Final Report of the APEC Project

-       

Jun 2023

Submit the APE Project Completion Report and all supporting documents to APEC Secretariat.

APEC Project Completion report.

6-12 months after

project completion

Long-term evaluation survey of APEC projects /' Participation in the survey. The annual survey of the supervisors and participants of the APEC project will be carried out, which is coordinated by the Secretariat.

Results of the survey

December 2023

12 month post-event survey

Results of the survey

Risks

Potential risks

Mitigation measures

Low participation of APEC economies in surveys or information sharing / interviews

Follow up of OFWG focal points of APEC economies.

Prioritizing simple and short surveys / interviews to collect information.

Inadequate / insufficient information gathered by the project consultant to prepare the research report

Deliverables and drafts of the chapters of the research report will be revised in advance by the Project Overseer.

A list of secondary sources of information shall be provided to the project consultant, with inputs from co-sponsors.

Difficulties in the selection and confirmation of experts / speakers for the 2-day Workshop

Project overseer will coordinate with co-sponsor economies to recommend potential speakers and / or internationally recognized experts in the subjects of the Workshop.

Project overseer will prepare a backup list of speakers in case of unavailability or last-minute cancellations.

Low participation in the 2-day Workshop

With assistance of the APEC Secretariat, invitations will be sent to all APEC economies.

Project overseer will follow up with each economy individually to promote nomination and participation of officials.

Gender quota is not fulfilled

The importance of women participation will be highlighted in the general information documents of the Workshop, encouraging every economy to nominate female participants


Monitoring and Evaluation

Evaluation approach

Indicators

Objectives

Evaluation method

Reporting

Outputs

1.      Research report

1.   Contracted executed

May 30, 2022

Certification by PO

Contract

2.   No of experts hired

1

Event attendance list

Final report

3. Investigation

10 economies

1 report

Investigation report

4. No. of economies surveyed / interviewed

10

Assistance report

Final report

5.  %  of participating men / women

70/30

Assistance report

Final report

6.  Content developed and implemented

October 31, 2022

Certification by PO

Investigation report

2.      Workshop

7.  No of exhibitors hired

2

Event attendance list

Final report

8. No. of economies attending // guests

21//100

Event attendance list

Final report

9     % of participating men / women

70/30

Event attendance list

Final report

10. Content developed and implemented

December 31, 2022

Certification by PO

Final  report

3.          Final report

11.     No. of pages

100

Certification by PO

Email to the Secretariat

12. Presentation to the Secretariat

March 1, 2023

Presentation to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat

Results

1.   Improve understanding of the impacts, benefits and challenges of economic recovery measures for the benefit of the small-scale aquaculture sector, with a sustainable approach, in the context of recovering from the negative impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

1. Implementation of best practices for economic reactivation

2023 to 2024

Tracking the economies one year after the event

Report to the working group

2.    Strengthen and improve the capacities of the participants of the 2-Day Virtual Workshop

2. % of participants consider that the Workshop met the objectives

70%

Ex post evaluations

Completion Report and Final  report

3. APEC Developing Economies consider that the Workshop met the objectives

70%

Ex post evaluations

Completion Report and Final  report

1.  % of women consider that the Workshop met the objectives

70%

Ex post evaluations

Completion Report and Final report

3. Promote the practical application of the recommendations of the Final Report in the future implementation of economic recovery measures for the aquaculture sector

 5. Post year Survey

Mayo 2024

Report

Report to the working group

12 month post event survey


Linkages

This project directly links to OFWG's Strategic Plan 2021-2023, particularly to the objective of promotion of sustainable use of aquaculture ecosystems in the APEC region to ensure long-term economic benefits, as well as the priority of small-scale and artisanal fisheries and aquaculture promotion. In that regard, a key element of this project is to collaborate with relevant APEC fora and working groups such as the OFWG, CD VWGMD, PPFS, PPWE and the SMEWG. We intend to share the output results with the above fora, through the OFWG.

The project will provide essential data and information which complement past initiatives and OFWG projects related to aquaculture promotion and sustainability. In turn, the project will serve as a platform to publicize sustainable economic recovery initiatives developed by APEC economies. The project outputs will also be disseminated to the APEC member economies to ensure effective sharing information on cross-fora issues and activities with their respective governmental institutions.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, APEC economies have taken a diverse set of actions to support the economic reactivation of small and micro enterprises. APEC economies account for more than 80 percent of world aquaculture production, however the impact of these economic recovery measures has not been evaluated for the aquaculture sector with a sustainable approach, that is why APEC is the best source for this project, in order to gain relevant insights to improve management of economic recovery for the aquaculture sector in the Asia-Pacific.

Sustainability

The most important result of the project will be the lessons learned by the participants, who will seek ways to improve actions for economic reactivation for small and medium aquaculture producers. In that sense, the workshop materials will be available for use by participants, economies, stakeholders, and interested parties.

The project overseer will monitor and follow results by being in contact with project participants by mail and social media.

To monitor implementation of the project recommendations, a survey will be conducted, at least, one year after project completion. The results of this 12 month post-survey will be reported to the OFWG.

Project Overseers

The project will be supervised by Mr. Guido Villanueva, a fisheries engineer, with 10 years of experience in the aquaculture and fisheries sector, including his participation in fisheries and aquaculture organizations.

Mr Villanuevais current Director General of Aquaculture in the Ministry of Production, with a team of professionals to support project development, including engineers, economists, managers, among other specialists from the Directorates of Aquaculture Management and Aquaculture Promotion and Development, as well as from the Office of Technical Cooperation and International Affairs of the Ministry.

In turn, the Project Overseer shall also receive support from specialized technical bodies of the Ministry of Production, such as the National Institute of the Sea (IMARPE) of Peru.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

No.

Specific tasks

No. of Hours

Hourly rate

Total

1.               

Contractor:

1)     Preparation of study survey (20-30 questions) and annual survey (15 questions). The consultant will design the two surveys. The first will be 20 to 30 questions addressed to all the economies to identify which ones have economic reactivation activities, and describe them. At least 10 economies are expected to have implemented such actions. The second survey refers to whether the economies have implemented the recommendations given to support the aquaculture sector.

2)     Interviews: The interviews will be virtual and will be carried out with at least 10 economies’ representatives that have led actions for economic reactivation for small and medium sized aquaculture companies.

3)     Evaluation of results

4)     Research Report: Desk research will be conducted and a report of up to 60 pages will be prepared covering information on initiatives taken by APEC participating economies that aim to revive aquaculture producers in the APEC region, and secondary source information from international organizations as well as the results of the survey

60 hours

100 hours

 80 hours

120 hours

 40

50

80

80

2,400

5,000

6,400

9,600

2.               

Workshop-administrative and logistics management:

Develop the event agenda, contacting experts and participants, identifying a virtual platform, among others.

80 hours

50

4,000

3.               

Final report (100 pages). The final report will contain all the information on the research activities and the development of the workshop, as well as graphic reviews of its preparation. It will also contain comments given by the forum.

120 hours

80

9,600

Graphic DesignerThe graphic designer will be in charge of coordinating with PO and the Project Contractor the design of the Investigation Report, the Final Report and infographics.

The graphic designer will present their designs in an editable version and in pdf, which may be a magazine, catalog or other proposal for the project documents.

The graphic designer will create the editable backgrounds, banners and animations for the workshop

Waivers

Simultaneous interpretation from Spanish to English is requested for the Workshop (2 days), since fluency is not required in Peru to practice the profession. Likewise, APEC members with native Spanish languages will participate, so this exemption could allow one more event. productive, to have the participation of field experts with experience in the implementation of economic recovery measures in the aquaculture sector. By allowing them to share their experiences, all 21 economies will benefit during the event. Said translation may be financed with an amount of $2,000.  The interpreter will participate during all workshop sessions, 5 hours per day.  The interpreter will coordinate with the Project Consultant and the PO before and after the workshop.

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