What is FAME?


FAME (SPC Division of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Marine Ecosystems) main's work is to provide the 22 SPC's member countries and territories with the information they need to make informed decisions on the management and development of their aquatic resources, and help to provide the tools and strengthen the capacity needed to implement these decisions.

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FAME is composed of two programmes: the Oceanic Fisheries Programme and the Coastal Fisheries Programme.

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SPCs vision for the region is a secure and prosperous Pacific Community whose people are educated and healthy and manage their resources in a sustainable way. While FAMEs goal mainly focuses on the sustainable management of marine resources, we don't neglect the opportunities that these provide to improve education, health and prosperity.


Oceanic Fisheries Programme
Coastal Fisheries Programme
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Late NEWS

TFAR 20 .

FAME - December 2020
2019 overview and status of tuna stocks
The tuna fisheries assessment report provides the most recent information on the tuna fisheries of the western and central Pacific Ocean...
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FAME - December 2020
Status of mangrove crabs in Pohnpei, FSM
Mangrove crab populations around Pohnpei are currently in a sustainable state but are displaying characteristics associated with heavy fishing pressure...
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HoF12 outcomes .

FAME - September 2020
SPC Fisheries Newsletter #162
Thirteen original articles covering topics such as the use of genetics in fisheries science, or the spawing potential of reef fish species...
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FAME - September 2020
Comparison of artisanal fishing activities across a human population gradient in Kiribati
This study aims to assess artisanal coastal fishing activities in Kiribati and their impact on six reef species...
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