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Socioeconomic assessment of freshwater capture fisheries in Cambodia: report on a household survey
The findings are presented of a study conducted in Cambodia regarding the people in the village communities along the waters of the Mekong River who depend upon fishing and related activities for the whole or part of their ...
Understanding livelihoods dependent on inland fisheries in Bangladesh and Southeast Asia: final technical report
The Department for International Development (DFID) through the Marine Resources Assessment Group (MRAG) has approved the project proposal for the Project Memorandum on “Understanding Livelihoods Dependent on Inland Fisheries ...
Fisheries and Coastal Resources Co-management in Asia: Selected Results from a Regional Research Project
This report presents the results of a ten-year Fisheries Co-management Research Project in Asia. The project was a collaboration of the WorldFish Center, the Institute for Fisheries Management (Denmark), and national ...
Marketing infrastructure, distribution channels and trade pattern of inland fisheries resources in Cambodia: an exploratory study
Cambodia is the single most important supplier of fresh water fish to its neighboring countries in Asia, and to a limited extent in Australia, and USA. Over the past few years, fish exports from the country have been ...
Market access and trade liberalisation in fisheries
Fish and fish products provide important trade and livelihoods opportunities in many coastal developing countries. Nearly 40 percent of fish output is traded internationally with an export value of US$ 58.2 billion, making ...
A model to determine benefits obtainable from the management of riverine fisheries of Bangladesh
An operational model was derived which can be used to analyze the performance of Bangladesh riverine fisheriesunder different simulated alternatives of technical, economic and biological conditions. Functions and parameters of ...