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Community based fisheries management : capturing the benefits
The unequal distribrition of wealth and power in rural Bangladesh makes it difficult for the poorer members of society, including women to access natural resources such as fisheries.Over a ten year period, the Community ...
Fisheries policies, support services and the institutional environment for trade
This lessons-learned brief is based on the results of a three-year project (2001 – 2004) carried out in Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam. Funded through the ...
Community based fisheries management : fisheries yields and sustainability
The importance of Bangladesh's inland fisheries resources for the livelihoods and food security of the poor and landless is widely acknowledged. The management of these resources, based upon a combination of short-term ...
Cyclone affected aquaculture rehabilitation project
On 15th November 2007, Cyclone Sidr ravaged the southern coastal districts of Bangladesh causing loss of life and rendering thousands of people homeless and destitute. Large number of fish ponds and enclosures were affected, ...
Community based fisheries management : livelihoods impact
The Community Based Fisheries Management Project has been implemented since 1995 by the Department of Fisheries (DoF) with the assistance of the WorldFish Center. It has worked in a range of water bodies across Bangladesh, ...
Community based fisheries management: the right option
The principle behind community managed fisheries is hand over of the management of fisheries resources to community groups and they will manage the resources sustainably and equitably. The benefits of this approach are ...