Project news

CRIMARIO meets Eastern Africa Standby Force

During the summit of the Blue Economy in Nairobi, the CRIMARIO team led by Admiral François-Régis Cloup-Mandavialle and Glen Forbes, Principal from Oceanus, visited the planning headquarters of the Eastern Africa Standby Force (EASF) in order to explore opportunity of

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Crisis management exercise with IORIS

Short crisis management exercie organised after the IORIS train the trainer course, with RMIFC and Comorian maritime specialists, on 17-18 December 2018. CRIMARIO carried out a train-the-trainers course on IORIS web-based platform, in Antananarivo (December 17-18) for the benefit of

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Maritime domain awareness at blue economy conference

During the Blue Economy conference held in Nairobi on 26-28 November 2018, the two EU projects implemented by Expertise France, GoGIN and CRIMARIO, successfully organized a side-event on maritime domain awareness (MDA), gathering a hundred delegates from 20 countries –

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Visit to EU Atalanta HQ

Marianne Péron-Doise, CRIMARIO strategical advisor, went to the EU Atalanta HQ in Northwood (UK) with Any Freitas from EU-DEVCO (Brussels) on 12 Nov 2018. The visit gave rise to informal exchanges of views on different topics of maritime interest: update of

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Join the side-event: create MDA for enhancing the blue economy

EU CRIMARIO and EU GoGIN projects organise a side-event during the Sustainable Blue Economy Conference held in Nairobi. Scheduled on Wednesday 28 November 11:30 to 13:00 at Lenana Hall, KICC, the side-event will cover “Create MDA (Maritime Domain Awareness) for

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Training in Comoros: how the shipping works?

The Union of Comoros is committed to strengthen the security and safety of maritime areas under its jurisdiction and adjacent international maritime areas. The EU CRIMARIO project supports the coastal states of the western Indian Ocean to enhance their maritime

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How to analyse the maritime domain?

The development of the blue economy requires the control of crimes and incidents at sea. As a response, the EU CRIMARIO project advocates regional cooperation and interagency coordination, which are illustrated today in Mombasa by the two-weeks training session dedicated

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MDA audit in Sri Lanka

The Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) is a key element of maritime security: without a good knowledge of the maritime domain, it is impossible to define suitable strategy, acquire the appropriate means of information and action, and organize operations adapted to

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CRIMARIO strengthens the Kenyan AIS network

The AIS network of Kenya will benefit from equipment provision, installation and maintenance provided by EU CRIMARIO. The final timeline was agreed on 3rd September beside the IORIS inauguration, for a complete set-up by end of May 2019. During a

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The IORIS training curriculum is running

IORIS, the web-based platform for information sharing and incident management at sea, is operational from 1st July 2018. A specific curriculum has been designed by EU CRIMARIO in order to both have a pool of trainers and skilled teams in

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