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List of Projects Funded by the Fisheries Enhancement Fund

2024-2025 | 2023-2024 | 2022-2023 | 2021-2022 | 2020-2021 | 2019-2020 | 2018-2019 | 2017-2018
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Project Title
Project Description Applicant Organisation Funded Amount (HK$) Completion Report
Pearl Farming Pilot Project*
This is a multi-year pilot project for pearl farming in Hong Kong, aiming at diversifying mariculture activities in Hong Kong. The project is expected to develop expertise in pearl farming and employment opportunities to fishermen affected by the trawl ban. Aberdeen Fisherwomen Association Limited 2,140,000
(For Year 18/19)
Development of Mobile Application to Support the Sales of Local Capture Fisheries
This is a multi-year project, including conducting market research on the conventional seafood sales model and the demand of customers in Hong Kong. With reference to the results of the research, the project will develop a new method in promoting the sales of local capture fisheries by adopting the concept of business-to-customer (B2C) model with the use of a mobile application. The mobile application will provide the first direct platform for the transaction of Hong Kong's locally caught seafood such that the consumers could purchase fresh seafood from the fishermen directly. This could increase competitiveness of the local capture fisheries industry and eventually promote the sustainable development of the Hong Kong fisheries industry. Guangdong Ocean University 1,107,000
(For Year 18/19)
Study of the Cumulative Impact of Reclamation Works in Hong Kong and Adjacent Waters on the Fisheries Industry
This is a multi-year project, aiming to investigate the cumulative impact of reclamation works in Hong Kong and adjacent waters on the fisheries industry. The project will review relevant reclamation project documents and records from the Hong Kong and Mainland China government departments, and collate data and maps from the completed or planned reclamation projects to assess the cumulative impact on the fisheries industry. Project findings will be used to establish a long term management framework for sustainable development of the fisheries industry. CrossBorder Environment Concern Association 447,000
(For Year 18/19)

* 2nd Phase of Project