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Lessons Learned from Marine Casualties
A new mentorship scheme to encourage the next generation of women into the maritime sector has been launched at the annual conference of the Women in Maritime Association, Caribbean (WiMAC), which is being held in Belize City, Belize (16-19 October). This type of scheme is consistent with IMO’s Women in Maritime programme, which supports the participation of women in both shore-based and sea-going posts, in line with the goals outlined under the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 5: "Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls". more...
Maritime security is a key element of IMO's work and, over many years, the Organization has developed a number of measures to help promote and sustain it. The focus is now on helping countries build their capacity to put these measures into practice. IMO regularly partners with other agencies to do this. As part of a continuing collaboration with the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), a national contingency-planning exercise for the government of the Philippines was recently held in Manila (18-19 October). more...
in how to develop a National Maritime Transport Policy (NMPT) is underway for
officials from various government entities in Yangon, Myanmar (17-19 October).
The concept is being promoted by IMO as a good governance practice to guide
planning, decision making and legislation in the maritime sector, and as a key
driver for a country's sustainable development. Participants
from various ministries, departments, agencies and other stakeholders whose
mandate and activities impact on the maritime sector are being trained on
formulating such policies, with emphasis on the need for an integrated and
coordinated approach. more...
Mr. Kitack Lim