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Livelihood importance and values of Tonle Sap Lake fisheries
Fisheries have long been central to Cambodian lifestyle and more than one million people, particularly those living in and around the Tonle Sap Lake, depend on fisheries and other aquatic resources for food, income and ...
Infrastructure and tonle sap fisheries : how to balance infrastructure development and fisheries livelihoods? The challenge facing decision-makers in Cambodia
Cambodia's inland fisheries are the most intensive worldwide and the fourth largest overall after China, India, and Bangladesh. This brief helps decision-makers maximize the benefits of infrastructure development, while ...
Aquaculture businesses : a low cost option for economic growth in Bangladesh
Aquaculture could be used to create hundreds of thousands of jobs in Bangladesh over the next decade -helping to reduce the widespread poverty that is stifling the country's economic growth. The country already has the ...
Lessons learnt community based fisheries management (CBFM) in Vietnam
The integrated local government institutions in Vietnam helps to bring all stakeholders together to establish and strengthen community based institutions and leverage effective management of the fisheries resources.
Code of practice and manual of procedures for the introduction of GIFT to Africa
There are long standing concerns worldwide regarding the effects of the introduction of alien species and genetically improved lines into national waters. The expansion of global trade and aquaculture has augmented these ...
Socioeconomics and livelihood values of Tonle Sap Lake fisheries
The importance of fisheries of the Tonle Sap Lake is indisputable, given the high contribution of about 60 percent to the total inland fisheries production. What may not be well recognized is the importance of Tonle Sap ...
Factors that drive Cambodia's inland fish catch: what role can community fisheries play?
This policy brief is based on an initiative being made at the IFReDI in Cambodia to model the crucial hydrological, bio-ecological and socioeconomic factors that deserve attention if the fish catch in Cambodia is to be sustained.