Information about seed fund for hilsa fishers (Bangla vesion)
- This brief provides information about the seed fund that USAID ECOFISH handed over to Director General, Department of Fisheries (DoF) to raise a total amount of Taka 3.5 crore (US$0.43 million) for the Hilsa Conservation and Development Fund (HCDF). The fund will remain in a fixed deposit and only the interest will be used following a guidelines approved by the Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock for the benefit of fishers and fisheries management. The fund will remain as a legacy of ECOFISH-BD project that may be followed by other projects.
- Mohammad Jalilur Rahmanhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-4090-7339
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Hilsa’s non-consumptive value in Bangladesh: Estimating the non-consumptive value of the hilsa fishery in Bangladesh using the contingent valuation method Mohammed, E.Y.; Ali, L.; Ali, S.; Hussein, B.; Wahab, Md. A.; Sage, N. (2016)Type: Working PaperHilsa is Bangladesh’s most important single-species fishery: for cultural identity, earnings and employment. However, overfishing, habitat destruction, siltation, pollution and climate change have driven catches down, and ...
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