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Pacific Fisheries for Food Security Program: Final Evaluation Report

31 January 2016

Summary of publication

The Pacific Fisheries for Food Security Program (PFFSP) was initiated in November 2010 to support the Pacific Community (SPC) to deliver priority food security projects across the Pacific Islands region, through its Division of Fisheries Aquaculture and Marine Ecosystems (FAME). The Program content was developed by SPC – FAME, initially in two Parts comprising four and three Components respectively. The Final Evaluation was carried out in November 2015 and broadly followed the structure of the Mid-Term Review.

In January 2015, Australia moved to provide core funding to SPC FAME in accordance with the recommendations of the Mid-Term Review. The three recommendations of the Final Evaluation will be incorporated in to the future work of the Division, as guided by the decisions of SPC’s Members.

Full publication

Pacific Fisheries for Food Security Program - Final Evaluation Report [PDF 2.4 MB]

Last Updated: 21 September 2016

Category: Aid

Topic: Food security

Regions: The Pacific