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WWF Peru presented advances in the diagnosis of corruption risks in squid and mahi mahi fisheries and guide to anti-corruption approaches
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On February 23, the international workshop called "Developing the diagnosis of corruption risks in the value chains of squid and mahi mahi fisheries in Peru" was held with the participation of specialists from WWF US, USAID and WWF Peru.
WWF Peru, with the support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), organized the mentioned workshop to present the preliminary results of the report "Diagnosis of corruption risks in the value chains of squid and mahi mahi fisheries in Peru". It happened in front of a plenary of national and international fishing sector actors. It also featured presentations by Pedro Flores of USAID and Preston Whitt of WWF US.
Milagros Mitma, Marine Governance Officer of WWF Peru said that "this event seeks to discuss an issue as complex and sensitive as corruption, which is one of the structural causes of the weakening of fisheries governance and facilitates illegal unreported and unregulated fishing in our country".