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Fisheries co-management in Africa: Proceedings from a regional workshop on fisheries co-management research
Co-management as a form of resource management is gaining ground worldwide, so also in fisheries management. Co-management implies that the user-groups participate in the decision-making on how to protect and exploit the ...
Small-scale fisheries of San Miguel Bay, Philippines: occupational and geographic mobility
The possibility of raising incomes and standards of living among small-scale fishermen in much of the developing world is constrained by the limited nature of their fishery resources. In this report existing patterns and ...
Report on stakeholders start-up meeting Kiyindi landing site, Mukono district, Uganda 6 June 2008. Workshop report
The WorldFish Center and FAO are implementing a regional programme entitled "Fisheries and HIV/AIDS in Africa; investing in sustainable solutions", funded by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) ...
Fish fights over fish rights: managing exit from the fisheries and security implications for Southeast Asia: final case study report
Fishery has long been part of the staple diet of the people in Cambodia. As Cambodia moves to wards a free market economy, the commercial pressure on natural resources has dramatically increased. Privatization of the ...
Institutional issues and perspectives in the management of fisheries and coastal resources in southeast Asia
In developing countries, institutional weaknesses and constraints are pervasive in the fisheries and coastal resources management sector. Legal, policy and institutional frameworks are not crafted to suit the unique features ...
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 ...
Cambodian inland fisheries: fact, figures and context
Both the Cambodian and the wider Mekong inland fisheries are exceptionally important by global standards, withCambodian fisheries the most intensive worldwide in terms of catch per person. The aquatic resources are crucial ...
Food security and poverty alleviation through improved valuation and governance of river fisheries in Africa
The project aims to sustain and improve the livelihoods of the rural poor who depend on fisheries for their employment, income and food security along the rivers of the Lake Chad and Zambezi basins. Its purpose is to ...
Increasing the benefits and sustainability of irrigation through integration of fisheries: A guide for water planners, managers and engineers
Sections 1 Guidelines for planners and mangers produced on increasing benefits and sustainability of water infrastructure through integration of fisheries
A review of natural resource laws and policies in Indonesia and its prospect for fisheries co-management
In the Sixth Five-Year Plan (1994-1999) the Government of Indonesia is starting to decentralize the management of natural resources to lower level authorities. This devolvement of management is seen in the case of forestry ...