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CONSULTATIVE MEETING ON CAPACITY BUILDING AND TRAINING FOR
EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF THE BENGUELA CURRENT LARGE MARINE
ECOSYSTEM PROGRAMME (BCLME)

15-16 March 2004
Safari Hotel
Windhoek, Namibia

FINAL REPORT
20 May 2004

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Program Agenda

2. Report on Proceedings - Day 1: Monday, 15 March 2004

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Presentations & Discussion

3. Report on Proceedings - Day 2: Tuesday, 16 March 2004

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Presentations & Discussion

3.3 Training & Capacity Building Workshop and Advisory Group TOR

3.4 Closing

4. List of Annexes

5. List of Participants

6. Annex A to W



                           1. PROGRAM AGENDA


  PROGRAM AGENDA - DAY 1
MONDAY, 15 MARCH 2004
08h30 -   Welcome and opening of meeting (Ms. Mary Tamba Baldeh,
08h35     Deputy Resident Representative, UNDP, Namibia)
08h35 -   Introduction and background to meeting (M. O’Toole, CTA, BCLME
08h45     Programme)
          Summary of Scoping Report on “Training & Capacity Needs
08h45 -
          Assessment for the BCLME” and recommendations (B. Clark,
09h00
          Anchor Environmental Consultants)
          Perceived training and capacity building needs by Ministry of
09h00 -
          Fisheries, IIM, IPA and Ministry of Urbanism & Environment in
09h30
          Angola (V. de Barros Neto, IIM; A. Duarte, IPA; C. Santos, MUA)
          Perceived training and capacity building needs by fisheries and
09h30 -   environmental ministries in Namibia (M. Maurihungiere, MFMR; B.
10h00     van Zyl, NatMIRC; J. Iitenge, MWTC; S. Shikongo, MET; R. Roeis,
          MAWRD)
10h00 -   Perceived training and capacity building needs by MCM in South
10h30     Africa (J. Augustyn, MCM; W. Sauer, Rhodes University)
10h30 -
          Tea/Coffee
10h45
          Overview of training and capacity building components of BCLME
10h45 -
          project activities (L. Staegemann, H. Hamukuaya and M. de
11h15
          Lourdes Sardinha, BCLME Activity Centres)
11h15 -
          Review of the BENEFIT Training Plan (N. Sweijd, BENEFIT)
11h45
          Training and capacity building for monitoring, control and
11h45 -
          surveillance in BCLME region - anticipated needs (C.
12h00
          Alexanderson, EU/MCS Programme)
12h00 -   Addressing the capacity building needs of the BCLME (G.B.
12h15     Brundrit and F.A. Shillington, UCT; presented by V. Shannon)
12h15 -   TRAIN-SEA-COAST Specialized courses for BCLME (K. Prochazka
12h30     and J. Collins, UWC)
          Reflections on how ICT can play a role in information sharing and
12h30 -
          capacity building for effective management of the BCLME (F.
12h45
          Odendaal, EcoAfrica)
          Training and capacity building needs for environmental impact
12h45 -
          assessment of industrial developments in the BCLME (P. Tarr,
13h00
          SAIEA Group)
13h00 -
          Lunch
14h00
14h00 -   Planning of workshops: appointments of facilitators and
14h15     rapporteurs
14h00 -   Mini-workshop on “Identification of key future training and
15h45     capacity building needs i.e., that are transboundary and can be
                realistically addressed that are required to effectively manage the
                BCLME as an integrated system on a sustainable basis”
  15h45 -
                Tea/Coffee
  16h00
                Mini-workshop on “Identify some modest new training and
  16h00 -       capacity building action within key ministries where
  17h00         BCLME/BENEFIT interventions would be beneficial and which can
                in the short term be funded by these programmes”




  PROGRAM AGENDA - DAY 2
  TUESDAY, 16 MARCH 2004
  09h00 -       Brief overview of Day 1 and discussion of work plan for the day
  09h15         (M. O’Toole and N. Sweijd)
                BCLME training and capacity building Advisory Group: Approval of
  09h15 -
                terms of reference and nomination of representatives (M.
  09h30
                O’Toole)
                Discussion and agreement on modalities for administration and
  09h30 -
                management of training and capacity building initiatives (N.
  10h15
                Sweijd and M. O’Toole)
  10h15 -
                Tea/Coffee
  10h30
                Development of framework for “Strategic workshop on Training
                Needs and Capacity Building for effective, integrated and
  10h30 -       sustainable management of the BCLME” to be held in early 2005.
  12h30         This should include scope, objectives, programme, participants,
                facilitation, sponsorship, venue, time, costs, reporting,
                partnerships and donor community.
  12h30         Close
  12h30 -
                Lunch
  14h00




      2. REPORT ON PROCEEDINGS - DAY 1: MONDAY, 15 MARCH 2004

                                2.1 Introduction

Dr. O’Toole welcomed everyone to the meeting and introduced Ms. Mary Tamba
Baldeh, (Deputy Resident Representative, UNDP) who gave a welcome speech and
opened the meeting. Mr. Ashley Naidoo was introduced as the Chairperson.
General housekeeping announcements included the introduction of PCU staff as
workshop assistants, identified breakaway rooms, conference materials and
programme literature. An interpreter was available for communication in Portuguese.
Copies of all presentations were given to the record keeper to be included in the final
report.

Announcements included apologies from Ms N. Mbako,the Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources and Ms A. Nelumba, the Director General of
the Angolan Ministry of Fisheries. Dr. O’Toole apologised for the short notice with
regard to holding this workshop and pointed out a potential time management problem
which may lead to rescheduling of some presentations. It was noted that this meeting
is intended as a broad-based scoping exercise and not for developing proposals or
training plans for individual organisations. Participants were asked to briefly introduce
themselves prior to the start of the presentations.

                           2.2 Presentations & Discussion

Opening address by Tamba Mary Baldeh, Deputy Res. Rep. (UNDP)

Presentation #1: Introduction and background to meeting (Dr. O’Toole, CTA, BCLME
Programme) (Annex A)

Presentation #2: Summary of Scoping Report on “Training & Capacity Needs
Assessment for the BCLME” and recommendations (B. Clark, Anchor Environmental
Consultants) (Annex B)

Questions/Comments:

      Institutions need to grow in order to effectively build capacity

Presentation #3: Perceived training and capacity building needs by Ministry of
Fisheries, IIM, IPA and Ministry of Urbanism & Environment in Angola (V. de Barros
Neto, IIM; A. Duarte, IPA; C. Santos, MUA) (Annex C)

Questions/Comments:

      There are a number of training needs in Angola. BCLME can help to address
       these by bringing in other donors to assist with training needs, as well as the
       continued funding of BENEFIT, especially with on-the-job training. BCLME
       should focus on transboundary management and encourage other donors to
       address the remaining needs.
      Although the relationship between the Marine Research Institute and the
       university is a close one now, more participation and partnership in research
       projects is anticipated in the future as this process unfolds.

Presentation #4: Perceived training and capacity building needs by fisheries and
environmental ministries in Namibia (M. Maurihungiere, MFMR; B. van Zyl, NatMIRC; J.
Iitenge, MWTC; S. Shikongo, MET; R. Roeis, MAWRD) (Annex D)

Questions/Comments:
      Staff turnover isn’t just a Namibian problem; it is probably relevant to all
       governments worldwide, especially when there is high pressure on government
       to manage public services while competing with the private sector. While it is
       impossible to prevent, staff could be motivated to stay through training and a
       competitive salary. Additionally the ministry should convince the public sector
       of the importance of retaining these individuals in the government. There is
       some improvement in staff levels due to the creation of management posts.

      The ministry should summarize past training efforts and its effectiveness. There
       has not been a concrete training strategy for the last five years and probably
       about 95% of trained staff have left the ministry.




Presentation #5: Perceived training and capacity building needs by fisheries and
environmental ministries in Namibia (G. Schneider, MME) (Annex E)

Presentation #6: Perceived training and capacity building needs by fisheries and
environmental ministries in Namibia (M. Maurihungiere, MFMR; B. van Zyl, NatMIRC; J.
Iitenge, MWTC; S. Shikongo, MET; R. Roeis, MAWRD) (Annex F)

Presentation #7: Perceived training and capacity building needs by fisheries and
environmental ministries in Namibia (M. Maurihungiere, MFMR; B. van Zyl, NatMIRC; J.
Iitenge, MWTC; S. Shikongo, MET; R. Roeis, MAWRD) (Annex G)

Presentation #8: Perceived training and capacity building needs by fisheries and
environmental ministries in Namibia (M. Maurihungiere, MFMR; B. van Zyl, NatMIRC; J.
Iitenge, MWTC; S. Shikongo, MET; R. Roeis, MAWRD) (Annex H)

Presentation #9: Perceived training and capacity building needs by MCM in South
Africa (J. Augustyn, MCM; W. Sauer, Rhodes University) (Annexes I and J)

Questions/Comments:

      The challenge is to educate managers to develop both technical knowledge and
       political function (i.e., leadership, ability to interact with government).
       Innovative ways to develop fisheries managers are needed, since one can only
       teach management skills and not the capacity to be a manager. Another
       problem is how leadership becomes appointed from outside of the ministry, and
       appointed persons may not have relevant backgrounds for the job. Another
       problem is that bureaucracy grows along with management levels.
      Institutional memory is important to transfer and expand knowledge and
       experience. Staff should be rewarded appropriately to avoid “brain drain”.
       There is a need for role models for youth and/or new staff to emulate.

Presentation #10: Overview of training and capacity building components of BCLME
project activities (L. Staegemann, H. Hamukuaya and M. de Lourdes Sardinha, BCLME
Activity Centres) (Annexes K, L and M)

Questions/Comments:
       How will BCLME ensure the transfer of knowledge, since a significant amount of
       funds are committed to projects already involving a capacity building
       component that will most likely be contracted out? BCLME's contracts and
       Terms of Reference require reporting on training activities and the use of
       contractors to fulfil training needs; all but one contract utilises local (i.e.,
       regional) consultants. The BCLME’s programme review will compare planned vs.
       actual training activities and evaluate for efficacy.




Presentation #11: Review of the BENEFIT Training Plan (N. Sweijd, BENEFIT) (Annex
N)

Questions/Comments:

      To give an idea of training that’s occurred, BENEFIT has produced six MSc and
       two PhD graduates.
      There is need for a Training Officer or administrative position to oversee and
       coordinate training and interact with donors, someone to drive the programme.
      How would BCLME training programmes link with BENEFIT? Parameters would
       need to be defined, since BENEFIT training has focused on managing research,
       not other kinds of training i.e. management

Presentation #12: Training and capacity building needs for environmental impact
assessment of industrial developments in the BCLME (P. Tarr, SAIEA Group) (Annex
O)

Questions/Comments:

      Who’s watching EIA’s to see the results and if the recommendations are
       implemented afterwards? Developers themselves should be more involved in
       monitoring EIA’s to check results and that recommendations are implemented.
       Regarding external monitoring, costs are the problem, not the expertise. One
       solution that would build capacity would have developers put funds in a kitty for
       external monitoring of their activities.




Presentation #13: Training and capacity building for monitoring, control and
surveillance in BCLME region - anticipated needs (C. Alexanderson, EU/MCS
Programme) (Annex P)

Questions/Comments:

      MCS stands for monitoring, control and surveillance of fisheries. The MCS
       programme has an operational budget of 1,4 million Euros.




Presentation #14: Addressing the capacity building needs of the BCLME (G.B. Brundrit
and F.A. Shillington, UCT; presented by V. Shannon) (Annex Q)

Presentation #15: TRAIN-SEA-COAST Specialized courses for BCLME (K. Prochazka
and J. Collins, UWC) (Annex R)

Questions/Comments:

      UNDP questioned the time frame of courses, i.e., from time the course was
       approved to that of it being introduced; timely feedback, and organisational
       staff turnover. Who is the target audience for courses? For now by invitation
       only, aimed at people already working in the field, not students. It is possible to
       transfer courses from one country to another through collaboration with the
       Course Development Unit in the country. It is up to the CDU in the respective
       country to find funds or up to the participants.




Presentation #16: Reflections on how ICT can play a role in information sharing and
capacity building for effective management of the BCLME (F. Odendaal, EcoAfrica)
(Annex S)

Questions/Comments:

      Isolated communities may have a problem with access to computers, however
       coastal programmes such as conservation programs or NORAD will have
       computers. Angola plans to put in resource centres in a number of points along
       the coast.




It was decided that the mini-workshops would be moved forward to Tuesday’s agenda
as the entire first day was spent on information-sharing presentations and discussion.

The meeting adjourned at 16h15.




       3. REPORT ON PROCEEDINGS - DAY 2: TUESDAY, 16 MARCH 2004

                                   3.1 Introduction

Dr. O’Toole welcomed everyone to the second day of the workshop and reviewed the
amended agenda as follows:

Today’s Programme:

8h30 - 11h00 Identify key future training & capacity building (T&CB) needs
Coffee/tea break

11h00-? Identify some modest training and capacity building projects for action

11h30-12h00 Discuss TOR’s for T&CB advisory group

12h00-12h30 Strategic planning of the T&CB workshop

12h30 Close

13h00 Lunch

The first task is to identify key future T&CB needs in the two areas of management
and marine science. Participants were asked to assemble into four mixed groups that
will collaborate for a maximum of one hour on specific questions. Suggestions should
be as specific as possible and rapporteurs should write-up a summary which will be
presented to the plenary, allowing fifteen minutes per presentation.

The three questions under consideration are:

1) What are the transboundary science/management training and capacity building
needs? Prioritise.

2) How can these needs be realistically addressed; (i.e., what actions are needed to
attain capacity?)

3) How can capacity be retained, continued, maintained and expanded?

 Breakout groups ran from 9h00-11h00 after which a report back session was held in
                                  the plenary.

                            3.2 Presentations & Discussion

Presentation #1: Marine Science Group #1 (Annex T)

Presentation #2: Marine Science Group #3 (Annex U)

Questions/Comments:

Add “Hypothesis creation” under regional technical needs. Need to develop centres of
excellence within institutions, building partnerships around these (can be virtual
centres as well). The idea should focus on scientists joining programmes, not
institutions. Another issue is rather than retaining trained scientific skill in the region,
data and data products should be retained.

Presentation #3: Management Group #2 (Annex V)

Questions/Comments:
Remember to include the maritime point of view and the issue of safe shipping and
maritime involvement in the BCLME area. Harbour and port authorities should be
involved in monitoring shipping and related activities with regard to pollution as affects
both resources and stocks. Although the European Union is addressing this topic, it
should maintain priority in order to have effective management.

Add non-consumptive resource management (i.e., ecotourism, etc) to the issue of
marine pollution to be addressed or integrated with coastal management.

Presentation #4: Management Group #4 (Annex W)

Questions/Comments:

With regard to staff retention, it is difficult for government salaries to be changed as
they are pre-determined by the Office of the Prime Minister. Since the ministries aren’t
independent entities, perhaps this is where the science community needs to “sell
science” so that governments and countries recognise its importance.

     3.3 Training & Capacity Building Workshop and Advisory Board Group TOR

I. Identify up to nine actions for BCLME/BENEFIT intervention

         May not be appropriate now
         Urgent ones only (consultation: IIM, MFMR, MCM, Benefit)
         Other actions to await outcome of strategic planning workshop (to occur July
          2004)

II. Strategic Planning Workshop

A.        Move forward six to nine months (July 2004)
B.        Develop TOR for workshop (CTA-consultations)
C.        Use strategic planning expert facilitator to organize/facilitate workshop
D.        Nominate Advisory group members
E.        Small group 15-20 members
F.        Venue: Johannesburg or Windhoek

NOTES:

         Should incorporate BENEFIT strategic planning update with this agenda also
         Fund update of BENEFIT Training Plan - integrate two in same workshop,
          BENEFIT as sub-section
         Use key inputs from today’s workshop for the next one in July-will be a
          consolidation of information and professional output to use as a lever with
          donors to solicit more funds
         Report from this workshop will be generated electronically to all participants, to
          gather more inputs also

III. T&CB Advisory Group Draft TOR

      1. Provide advice to the BCLME Activity Centres and PCU on T&CB projects;
   2. Assist with the development of T&CB projects;
   3. Coordinate activities and provide support for development of strategic
      planning/T&CB workshop;
   4. Identify gaps in T&CB that need addressed and prioritise them;
   5. Work closely with experts, bodies and institutions including relevant NGOs and
      stakeholders;
   6. Monitor and evaluate T&CB programme and report back on progress;
   7. Coordinate administration and management of T&CB projects with BENEFIT
      Training Plan;
   8. Promote T&CB in BCLME region including on-the-job training, distance learning
      and specialised courses, (e.g., Train-Sea-Coast);
   9. Build in long-term sustainability.

Comments:

      Monitor and evaluate BCLME programme, not projects;
      See long-term sustainability built into the TOR;
      Will this be a BCLME T&CB programme in the future? What is this effort leading
       towards in the future? Address these questions at July’s planning workshop;
      Do we nominate members as part of Advisory group members will be
       nominated during the July workshop, in the interim two to three people can be
       identified to help with planning;
      Nominations should be up to three members per country to include people from
       other sectors; (Include representation from those organisations to be trained in
       the planning phase). Ensure tertiary institutions are informed as to what
       expectations are.

                                      3.4 Closing

Dr. O’Toole thanked all participants, Rapporteurs, and the PCU staff for organising the
workshop. It was a good networking and information-sharing experience.

The workshop report will be available to all participants in two to three weeks’ time.

The meeting closed at 12h30.




                                 4. LIST OF ANNEXES

Annex A - Presentation #1: Introduction and background to meeting (Dr. O’Toole,
CTA, BCLME Programme) - Hard copy only

Annex B (MS PowerPoint - 1.93MB) - Presentation #2: Summary of Scoping Report on
“Training & Capacity Needs Assessment for the BCLME” and recommendations (B.
Clark, Anchor Environmental Consultants)

Annex C (MS PowerPoint - 75KB) - Presentation #3: Perceived training and capacity
building needs by Ministry of Fisheries, IIM, IPA and Ministry of Urbanism &
Environment in Angola (V. de Barros Neto, IIM; A. Duarte, IPA; C. Santos, MUA)

Annex D (MS PowerPoint - 16.5KB) - Presentation #4: Perceived training and capacity
building needs by fisheries and environmental ministries in Namibia (M. Maurihungiere,
MFMR; B. van Zyl, NatMIRC; J. Intenge, MWTC; S. Shikongo, MET; R. Roeis, MAWRD)

Annex E - Presentation #5: Perceived training and capacity building needs by fisheries
and environmental ministries in Namibia (G. Schneider, MME) - Hard copy only

Annex F (MS Word doc - 29KB) - Presentation #6: Perceived training and capacity
building needs by fisheries and environmental ministries in Namibia (M. Maurihungiere,
MFMR; B. van Zyl, NatMIRC; J. Iitenge, MWTC; S. Shikongo, MET; R. Roeis, MAWRD)

Annex G (MS PowerPoint - 4.94MB) - Presentation #7: Perceived training and capacity
building needs by fisheries and environmental ministries in Namibia (M. Maurihungiere,
MFMR; B. van Zyl, NatMIRC; J. Iitenge, MWTC; S. Shikongo, MET; R. Roeis, MAWRD)

Annex H - Presentation #8: Perceived training and capacity building needs by fisheries
and environmental ministries in Namibia (M. Maurihungiere, MFMR; B. van Zyl,
NatMIRC; J. Iitenge, MWTC; S. Shikongo, MET; R. Roeis, MAWRD) - Hard copy only

Annex I (MS PowerPoint - 6.43MB) - Presentation #9: Perceived training and capacity
building needs by MCM in South Africa (J. Augustyn, MCM; W. Sauer, Rhodes
University)

Annex J (MS PowerPoint - 757KB) - Presentation #9: Perceived training and capacity
building needs by MCM in South Africa (J. Augustyn, MCM; W. Sauer, Rhodes
University)

Annex K - Presentation #10: Overview of training and capacity building components of
BCLME project activities (L. Staegemann, H. Hamukuaya and M. de Lourdes Sardinha,
BCLME Activity Centres) - Hard copy only

Annex L (MS Word doc - 119KB) - Presentation #11: Overview of training and capacity
building components of BCLME project activities (L. Staegemann, H. Hamukuaya and
M. de Lourdes Sardinha, BCLME Activity Centres)

Annex M (MS PowerPoint - 49.5KB)- Presentation #12: Overview of training and
capacity building components of BCLME project activities (L. Staegemann, H.
Hamukuaya and M. de Lourdes Sardinha, BCLME Activity Centres)

Annex N (MS PowerPoint - 226KB) - Presentation #13: Review of the BENEFIT Training
Plan (N. Sweijd, BENEFIT)

Annex O (MS PowerPoint - 4.16MB) - Presentation #14: Training and capacity building
needs for environmental impact assessment of industrial developments in the BCLME
(P. Tarr, SAIEA Group)

Annex P (MS PowerPoint - 130KB) - Presentation #15: Training and capacity building
for monitoring, control and surveillance in BCLME region - anticipated needs (C.
Alexanderson, EU/MCS Programme)

Annex Q (MS PowerPoint - 78KB) - Presentation #16: Addressing the capacity building
needs of the BCLME (G.B. Brundrit and F.A. Shillington, UCT; presented by V.
Shannon)

Annex R (MS PowerPoint - 827KB) - Presentation #17: TRAIN-SEA-COAST Specialized
courses for BCLME (K. Prochazka and J. Collins, UWC)

Annex S (MS PowerPoint - 4.04MB) - Presentation #18: Reflections on how ICT can
play a role in information sharing and capacity building for effective management of
the BCLME (F. Odendaal, EcoAfrica)

Annex T (MS Word doc - 21.5KB) - Presentation #19: Marine Science Group #1

Annex U (MS PowerPoint - 39.5KB) - Presentation #20: Marine Science Group #3

Annex V (MS Word doc - 53.5KB)- Presentation #21: Management Group #2

Annex W (MS PowerPoint - 44.5KB) - Presentation #22 Management Group #4




                             5. LIST OF PARTICIPANTS


Dr. Michael O’Toole                         Ashley Naidoo
Chief Technical Advisor                     Deputy Director (Research Admin)
BCLME, Windhoek, Namibia                    MCM, DEAT, South Africa
Tel: 061-246948                             Tel: 27-21-4023144
Fax: 061-246803                             Fax: 27-21-4217406
Email: otoole@bclme.un.na                   Email: adnaidoo@mcm.wcape.gov.za
Tamba Baldeh                                Martha Mwandingi
Deputy Resident Representative              Head - Environment Unit
UNDP, Windhoek, Namibia                     UNDP, Windhoek, Namibia
Tel: 061-2046217                            Tel: 061-2046231
Fax: 061-2046203                            Fax: 061-2046203
Email: tamba.mary.baldeh@undp.org           Email: martha.mwandingi@undp.org
Linda Van Herck                             Hilaria Shivolo
Programme Officer - Environment Unit        Chief Training Officer
UNDP, Windhoek, Namibia                     Ministry of Fisheries & Marine Resources
Tel: 061-2046228                            Tel: 061-2053092
Fax: 061-2046203                            Fax: 061-246009
Email: linda.vanherck@undp.org              Email: hshivolo@mfmr.gov.na
Lesley Staegemann                           Maria de Lourdes Sardinha
Director (EVAC, BCLME)                      Director (BEHP, BCLME)
Cape Town, South Africa                    Luanda, Angola
Tel: 27-21-4023418                         Tel: 244-2-309330
Fax: 27-21-4217406                         Fax: 244-2-309330
Email: bclmeevg@deat.gov.za                Email: milu_sardinha@yahoo.com
Hashali Hamukuaya                          Steven Ambabi
Director (LMR, BCLME)                      Deputy Director
Swakopmund, Namibia                        Ministry of Fisheries & Marine Resources
Tel: 064-4101106                           Tel: 064-2016111
Fax: 064-4101188                           Fax: 064-2016219
Email: hhamukuaya@benguela.org             Email: sambabi@mfmr.gov.na
Jacob N. Orange                            Francois Odendaal
Consultant - Karas Regional Council        Director - Eco-Africa
Keetmanshoop, Namibia                      Cape Town, South Africa
Tel: 063-224922/0811245404                 Tel: 27-21-4483778
Fax: 063-224922                            Fax: 27-21-4472614
Emial: orange@iway.na                      Email: francois@ecoafrica.co.za
Lizette Voges                              Theo Nghitila
Coastal and Biodiversity Coordinator       Deputy Director
National Biodiversity Programme            Directorate of Environmental Affairs
Swakopmund, Namibia                        Ministry of Environment & Tourism
Tel: 064-4101157                           Tel: 061-249015
Fax: 064-404385                            Fax: 061-240339
Email: lvoges@benguela.org                 Email: nghitila@dea.met.gov.na
Pierre Malan                               Roland Roeis
Consultant                                 Control Technician
Enviro-Fish Africa                         Ministry of Agriculture, Water & Rural
Cape Town, South Africa                    Development (DWA), Windhoek, Namibia
Tel: 27-21-7906160                         Tel: 061-2087167
Fax: 27-21-7906160                         Fax: 061-2087149
Email: oceantek@mweb.co.za                 Email: roeisr@mawrd.gov.na
Kim Prochazka                              Jocelyn Collins
Director                                   Deputy Director
International Ocean Institute SA           International Ocean Institute SA
Cape Town, South Africa                    Cape Town, South Africa
Tel: 27-21-9593088                         Tel: 27-21-9592566
Fax: 27-21-9591213                         Fax: 27-21-9591213
Email: kprochazka@uwc.ac.za                Email: jcollins@uwc.ac.za
Neville Sweijd                             Graca De Almeida
Chief Executive Officer                    Chief Scientist
BENEFIT                                    NatMirc, MFMR
Swakopmund, Namibia                        Swakopmund, Namibia
Tel: 064-4101162                           Tel: 064-4101159
Fax: 064-405913                            Fax: 064-404385
Email: nsweijd@benguela.org                Email: gdalmeida@mfmr.gov.na
Hilda Khoeses                              Vere Shannon
Deputy Director                            Consultant - Oceanography
Ministry of Fisheries & Marine Resources   Cape Town, South Africa
Tel: 061-2053057                           Tel: 27-21-6503282
Fax: 061-246009                       Fax: 27-21-6503979
Email: hkhoeses@mfmr.gov.na           Email: vshannon@ocean.uct.ac.za
Warrick Sauer                         Nkosi Luyeye
Senior Lecturer - Rhodes University   BCLME Country Coordinator - IIM
Cape Town, South Africa               Luanda, Angola
Tel: 27-46-6038415                    Tel: 244-2-309077
Fax: 27-46-6224827                    Fax: 244-2-309731
Email: w.sauer@ru.ac.za               Email: nkluyeye@hotmail.com
Carlos Santos                         Domingas Paim
National Director                     Coordinator of Salt Iodization
Ministry of Environment & Urbanism    IIM
Luanda, Angola                        Luanda, Angola
Tel: 244-92319466 (mobile)            Tel: 244-2-309077
Fax: 244-2-310560                     Fax: 244-2-309731
Email: c.santos@snet.co.ao            Email: cntis@netangola.com
Filomena Vas Velho                    Victoria de Barros Neto
Coordinator of Pelagic Programme      Director-General - IIM
IIM                                   Luanda, Angola
Luanda, Angola                        Tel: 244-2-309077
Tel: 244-2-309077                     Fax: 244-309731
Fax: 244-2-309731                     Email: iim-directora-geral@angola-
Email: filomenavasvelho@yahoo.com     minpescas.com
Augusta Martins                       Adriana Pais Costa
Chief of Biology Department           Chief of Department
Augustino Neto University             Ministry of Fisheries (CEFOPESCAS)
Luanda, Angola                        Luanda, Angola
Tel: 244-2-372275                     Tel: 244-92502161 (mobile)
Fax: 244-2-336168                     Fax: 244-2-371252
Email: augustasilva@yahoo.com         Email: -
Manuel Xavier Junior                  Januario Marques A. Antonio
Chief of Department                   (no title provided)
Ministry of Petroleum                 Ministry of Fisheries (CEFOPESCAS)
Luanda, Angola                        Luanda, Angola
Tel: 244-92401469 (mobile)            Tel: 244-92603150
Fax: 244-2-394779                     Fax: 244-2-511137
Email: mxavita@yahoo.com              Email: jmarcos@multitel.co.ao
Gabi Schneider                        Lufwankenda Eduardo
Director                              Pedagogic Advisor
Geological Survey                     Ministry of Fisheries (CEFOPESCAS)
Ministry of Mines & Energy            Luanda, Angola
Tel: 061-2848242                      Tel: 244-92575514
Fax: 061-249144                       Fax: -
Email: gschneider@mme.gov.na          Email: -
Jennifer Lisotto                      Agostinho Duarte
Consultant                            Deputy Director
Windhoek, Namibia                     Ministry of Fisheries (IPA)
Tel: 061-812841595                    Luanda, Angola
Fax: -                                Tel: 244-2-392218/092318032
Email: jlisotto@hotmail.com             Fax: 244-2-392218
                                        Email: aduarte18@hotmail.com
Johan Augustyn                          Sem Shikongo
Director - Research & Development       Acting Deputy Director
Marine & Coastal Management             Ministry of Environment & Tourism-DEA
Cape Town, South Africa                 Windhoek, Namibia
Tel: 27-21-4023102                      Tel: 061-249015
Fax: 27-21-4256977                      Fax: 061-240339
Email: augustyn@deat.gov.za             Email: sts@dea.met.gov.na
Johan Malan                             Conrad Sparks
National Project Coordinator            Senior Lecturer
Ministry of Environment & Tourism-DEA   Cape Technikon
Windhoek, Namibia                       Cape Town, South Africa
Tel: 061-249015                         Tel: 27-21-4603766
Fax: 240339                             Fax: 27-21-4603193
Email: jmalan@dea.met.gov.na            Email: csparks@ctech.ac.za
Theresa Akkers                          Rob Cooper
Assistant Director - Oceanographic      Control & Oceanographic Technician
Marine & Coastal Management             Marine & Coastal Management
Cape Town, South Africa                 Cape Town, South Africa
Tel: 27-21-4023150                      Tel: 27-21-4023165
Fax: 27-21-4217406                      Fax: 27-21-4217406
Email: takkers@deat.gov.za              Email: RCOOPER@DEAT.GOV.ZA
Rob Tarr                                Barry Clark
Deputy Director                         Director
Marine & Coastal Management             Anchor Environmental Consultants
Cape Town, South Africa                 Cape Town, South Africa
Tel: 27-21-4023130                      Tel: 27-21-6853400
Fax: 27-21-4217406                      Fax: 27-21-6853400
Email: RTARR@DEAT.GOV.ZA                Email: bclark@botzoo.uct.ac.za
Ben van Zyl                             Chris Bartholomae
Deputy Director                         Chief Scientist - Environment
NatMirc, MFMR                           NatMirc, MFMR
Swakopmund, Namibia                     Swakopmund, Namibia
Tel: 064-4101000                        Tel: 064-4101111
Fax: 064-404385                         Fax: 064-404385
Email: bvanzyl@mfmr.gov.na              Email: cbartholomae@mfmr.gov.na
Titus Iilende                           Catherine Kuske
Chief Scientist - Mersal                Administrative Officer
NatMirc, MFMR                           BCLME - PCU
Swakopmund, Namibia                     Windhoek, Namibia
Tel: 064-4101000                        Tel: 061-246948
Fax: 064-404385                         Fax: 061-246803
Email: tiilende@mfmr.gov.na             Email: cathy@bclme.un.na
Japhet Iitenge
Deputy Director - Oil Pollution
Ministry of Works, Transport & Comm.
Windhoek, Namibia
Tel: 061-2088111
Fax: 061-240024
Email: jiitenge@mwtc.gov.na




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