A significant percentage of the fish sold at the Kota Kinabalu market comes from unsustainable fishing practices now being addressed through Ecosystem Approaches to Fisheries Management by the Sabah Department of Fisheries.

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A significant percentage of the fish sold at the Kota Kinabalu market comes from unsustainable fishing practices now being addressed through Ecosystem Approaches to Fisheries Management by the Sabah Department of Fisheries.

Fish Landing, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

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Fish Landing, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

Kota Kinabalu Harbor, Sabah, Malaysia

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Kota Kinabalu Harbor, Sabah, Malaysia

Live Reef Fish Trade, Lobster, Sabah, Malaysia

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Live Reef Fish Trade, Lobster, Sabah, Malaysia

Live reef fish trader Susie Tsen is concerned about the long-term viability of her business. She is working with other traders to protect and restore the fish stock. Sabah, Malaysia.

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Live reef fish trader Susie Tsen is concerned about the long-term viability of her business. She is working with other traders to protect and restore the fish stock. Sabah, Malaysia.

Norasma Dacho, Sabah, Malaysia

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Norasma Dacho, Sabah, Malaysia
Document Date: 16 June 2014
Author: Various sources

The Coral Triangle Day is celebrated across the region by different groups in many different ways. Click on the photos below to go to the Countries' The Coral Triangle Day Galleries and view some images and snippets that we have so far received of this year's celebrations.

Document Date: 22 December 2014
Author: Alison L. Green, Aileen P. Maypa, Glenn R. Almany, Kevin L. Rhodes, Rebecca Weeks, Rene A. Abesamis, Mary G. Gleason, Peter J. Mumby and Alan T. White

Using Larval dispersal and movement patterns information to provide species, specific advice on the size, spacing and location of marine reserves in tropical marine ecosystems to maximise benefits for conservation and fisheries management for a range of taxa

Document Date: 17 November 2016
Author: Regional Secretariat

The New CTI-CFF NCC Member States Logos derived from the SOM-12 decision on Reports of Governance Working Groups (Annex 11) point 11.1 Coordination Mechanism Working Group (CMWG) point 11.1.4 read as the following:

"Acknowledged and endorsed amendments to the CTI-CFF logo"

Due to limitation of web capacity to accomodate the CT6 Member States of each respective NCC, the logos are put in the google drive at the following address: 

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B6a1MJGX-zVsRnY0bnI4cFdhRlU