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Lessons learnt in CBFM-SSEA Sunamganj district Bangladesh
In the district of Sunamganj, Bangladesh, the sustainable resource management, which is part and parcel of the Community Based Fisheries Management (CBFM) approach, has led to documented increases in yields as well as ...
A better margin: disadvantaged minorities in rural Bangladesh boost their incomes with new fish skills
Type: Other (Factsheet)
This factsheet hightlights the achievements of the Adivasi Fisheries Project (AFP) targeting the disadvanged rural minorities called Adivasi. In leading the AFP, the WorldFish Center built on 2 decades of earlier work in ...
Turning the tide : community based fisheries management protecting the poor and the environment
The Comnmnity Based Fisheries Management (CBFM-2)' project is attempting to turn back the tide of years of environmental degradation in Bangladesh by. the responsibility for looking after inland fisheries resources to these ...
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 ...
Small-scale fisheries management and governance
Type: Working Paper
This working paper is a draft paper and used for discussion purposes only.
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.
Community based fisheries management CBFM-SSEA fisheries and livelihoods impact
Research showed that community based fisheries management has significantly increased annual fish production, lifted household income levels, improved access to credit from a wide range of sources, and enabled livelihood ...
Making a difference in Bangladesh
For nearly 30 years, WorldFish Center scientists have been working in Bangladesh developing innovative ways for its poorest people to improve their livelihoods through sustainable, equitable and participatory fisheries ...
Fish, fishing and livelihoods : community based organisations as focus for local development
The central tenet to Community Based Fisheries Management (CBFM) is that users dependent on a common resource, in this case fishers and other households depending on wild fish to catch, will harvest that resource in a ...
Aquaculture options for alternative livelihoods: the experience of the Adivasi Fisheries Project in Bangladesh
Type: Other (Factsheet)
The Adivasi Fisheries Project (AFP) set out in 2007 to help Adivasis in the north and northwest of Bangladesh find new and more sustainable livelihoods. It is based on 2 decades of WorldFish Center research in Bangladesh ...