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Impact of the Community-Based Fisheries Management on sustainable use of inland fisheries in Bangladesh
Type: Conference Paper
Research showed that fish production, abundance and biodiversity were significantly higher in CBFM project sites compared to control water bodies. Performance indicators also suggested that fisher-managed approach yielded ...
Fisheries impacts of the CBFM-2 project: final assessment of the impact of the CBFM project on community managed fisheries in Bangladesh
Following the recommendations of earlier investigations reported by Halls and Mustafa (2006), this study reports a final assessment to address the question: “Does CBFM bring sustainable benefits to fisher communities? Or ...
Technical assistance to the community-based fisheries management (CBFM) project: assessment of the impact of the CBFM project on community-managed fisheries in Bangladesh
The CBFM Output to Purpose Review 2 (OPR2) Report identified a need to further examine the impact of the CBFM activities on fisheries management performance at the local level in preparation for the final phase of the ...
Testing Guidelines for Designing Data Collection Systems for Co-Managed Fisheries
Type: Journal Article
Since 2002 the WorldFish Centre has been working in collaboration with the Marine Resources Assessment Group (MRAG), Aquae Sulis Ltd (ASL),, the FAO, and the Mekong River Commission (MRC) to develop guidelines for designing ...