The Development and Sustainable Fisheries Center is a Latin American NGO, based in Mar del Plata, Argentina, whose mission is to work for sustainable and socially equitable fisheries in the region. To complete your mission, running CeDePesca outreach projects, training, support and research.
Integrating social factors, cultural, economic and environmental consequences for fisheries management policies.
Proposals and implementing projects of sustainable fisheries management.
Educate and inform stakeholders and the wider community about the discussions and proposals on the fisheries issue.
Since its formation in 1997, CeDePesca managed to install some important issues in the media and in the fields of local and national decision. Over a decade, the focus of the organization changed from local to international, and today is a projection Latin American NGOs. In the words of its founder, this growth is due to CeDePesca is "an NGO dedicated to working with the fishing industry, whether artisanal or industrial, whether private or public, to generate synergies that motoric a change towards sustainability where everybody wins."
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