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Himi’s case on implementation of fishery training program on pre-event of TICAD V hosted by Japan, world bank, United Nations, African Union. This event is co-hosted by World bank Tokyo office, World bank Tokyo Learning Center, World bank Liberia office and Himi sity toursim association co-produced by Masa D. Kawamukai. Sustainable Fishery and Natural Resource Management Connecting Japan and Liberia Wednesday, March 27, 2013 4:00PM-5:30PM (JST) Fishing boats used in Liberia The World Bank is one of the sponsors of the 5th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD V) to be hosted in the city of Yokohama, Japan in June 2013. With the conference kick-off on the near horizon, the World Bank Tokyo Office, Liberia Office, Commerce and Tourism Section of Himi City, and the World Bank Tokyo Development Learning Center will jointly host a video conference seminar on sustainable fishery and natural resource management on March 27, 2013, connecting Himi City, Tokyo, and Monrovia. Himi City, Toyoma Prefecture is home to set net fishing technology, a traditional fishing method recognized as environment-friendly. Trainees from seven different Francophone African countries studying fishing technology in a course offered by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in Himi will share what they have learned in the technology transfer in a presentation made by a JICA staff involved in the training. From Monrovia, Liberia, a Japanese WB staff, an expert working in the field of fishery and natural resource management in Liberia will discuss how Japanese expertise can contribute to the sustainability of the fishing industry in West Africa. Speakers Ms. Minako Sakurai, Training Program Division, Yokohama International Center, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Mr. Masaaki Kawamukai, Himi City Tourism Association, Toyama Prefecture, Japan Mr. Tadashi Hamaya, Himi Small Set Net Fishing Council, Toyama Prefecture, Japan Ms. Sachiko Kondo, Africa Region Environment, Natural Resources, Water, and Disaster Risk Management Unit, The World Bank, Liberia Country Office Date & Time Wednesday, March 27, 2013 4:00PM-5:30PM (JST) Location The World Bank Tokyo Development Learning Center (TDLC) Language Japanese only (NO INTERPRETATION) Registration To attend, please register on-line via World Bank Tokyo Office website Free Admission Inquiries The World Bank Tokyo Office Phone: 03-3597-6650, Email: Ptokyo@worldbank.org Webcasting There will be a live webcast available for this event. Please note that the webcast will only be available live, during the actual event. (The video of the event will not be archived for public access after the event.) There is no registration required for viewing the live webcast. Viewers will need a PC with internet access, Windows Media Player Version 10.0. and PC speakers. Streaming URL:http://streaming.jointokyo.org

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  • 1. Himis case onimplementation of fisherytraining programPre-event of TICAV V Masa Kawamukai

2. About HimiSet Net FishingFishery Training ProgramTICAD V 3. Where is Himi ? 4. Where is Himi ? 5. Where is Himi ?Population : 52,000 6. Where is Himi ?Population : 52,000230.5 area 7. Where is Himi ?Population : 52,000230.5 areaAgriculture 8. Where is Himi ?Population : 52,000230.5 areaAgricultureFishery 9. Yellowtail in winter 10. Yellowtail 11. baby Himi spring 12. summer Himi 13. Himi winter 14. Sashimi & Aburi 15. Himispring 16. Pacific Cod in winter 17. Blue Fin Tunain summer 18. Why isHimis Fishthe best? 19. View over the air 20. Set Net Fishing 21. Invented inHimi400 yrs ago 22. Small 200m long40m deep Land 23. Large 800m long80m deep Land 24. Overfished? 25. 26. 70% 27. Environmentfriendly 28. JICA Fishery Trainingfrom Africa lastquarter century 29. JICA Fishery Training from Africa 30. TICAD V1-3 June,2013 31. Thank you 32. Masa.Kawamukaimkawamukai@gmail.com

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