Terminal evaluation of the Oceanic Fishery Management Project - as large (US$200M) regional programme of assistance to Pacific Island states focused on strengthening their capacity to improve monitoring and management of oceanic tuna stocks and fisheries against a backdrop of rising exploitation, and dominance of the fishery by the fleets of metropolitan countries.
Examination of recent mariculture development in the island countries of the South Pacific, drawing on national case study material from PNG, the Solomon Islands, the Marshall Islands, Fiji and the Cook Islands, and drawing on the successes and failures to inform guidelines on further and future developments.
Advice on the Monitoring and Evaluation requirements of the second regional Oceanic Fisheries Management Project for South Pacific Island countries - a project seeking to further strengthen island countries' capacities to meet their obligations under the Conservation and Management Measures agreed through the Western Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC), and to consolidate and extend innovative approaches to strengthening management of the region's important tuna fisheries and boosting the economic benefits that these island countries derive from these fisheries - in terms of both r
Provision of independent evaluation advice to the NZ government on the processes and content of an evaluation of ten years of NZAID assistance to fisheries development in the small island development states (SIDS) of the South Pacific
Techno-economic assessment of the potential for further development of giant clam farming and export, based on available technologies, global market assessment, and comparative advantage - in collaboration with Hambrey Consulting
Study of sea cucumber fisheries in PNG, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Fiji and Tonga, and the international trade in dried sea cucumber - beche-de-mer - with a view to advising on how to move towards more sustainable fishing and trading management regimes and practices