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CBFM-2 International conference on community based approaches to fisheries management
Type: Conference Paper
The CBFM international conference held on 6th and 7th March 2007 in Dhaka, Bangladesh brought together policy makers, scientists and development practioners from all over the world to share experiences in co-mangement of ...
Community based fisheries management : institutional options for empowering fisher communities
The Community Based Fisheries Management Project (CBFM-2) is the second phase of an action research project designed to establish whether the sustainable management of publicly owned and private water bodies can be carried ...
Social capital : community based fisheries management
Globally, community based natural resources management (CBNRM) has emerged as one of the best options for achieving sustainable resource management and economic development in fisheries, as well as forestry and pastoral ...
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 ...
The legal background to community based fisheries management in Bangladesh
This booklet, produced as an output from the Community Based Fisheries Management Project - 2nd Phase (CBFM-2), aims to summarise the legal knowledge and experiences built up and challenges faced during the five years of ...
Community-based fisheries management in post-tsunami Aceh, Indonesia: diagnosis, planning and options testing
The tremendous loss of life and assets resulting from the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami dealt a devastating blow to the coastal communities of Aceh Province, Indonesia. There have been a variety of interventions ranging from ...
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 ...
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.