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The cool women of Malaita
During 2016 livelihood ideas were diagnosed for feasibility using a livelihood assessment guide to identify potential problems with the idea. Since 2017, the women in West Are’are Rokotanikeni Women’s Association in Solomon ...
Engaging women and men in community-based resource management processes in Solomon Islands
Gender refers to the process of being fair to women and men, in order that women and men can equally access opportunities and life choices regardless of their sex. It has been proposed that local and national management ...
Gender-inclusive facilitation for community-based marine resource management. An addendum to ‘Community-based marine resource management in Solomon Islands: A facilitators guide’ and other guides for community-based resource management
Type: Working Paper
Both women and men should be included in community-based marine resource management. To create an inclusive management process it is necessary to use deliberate and thoughtful and reflexive strategies that do not rely on ...
Integrating gender in Pacific coastal fisheries research: The Pathways project
Type: Other (Non-peer reviewed journal article)
This paper outlines the gender integration approach used in the project ‘Strengthening and scaling communitybased approaches to Pacific coastal fisheries in management support of the New Song’ – or the ‘Pathways project’. ...
Beyond gender-blind livelihoods: Considerations for coastal livelihood initiatives
Type: Journal Article
Sustainable and improved livelihoods are often entry points to enhance human well-being and the management of natural resources (Allison and Ellis 2001; Sulu et al. 2015). Yet research shows that many of these livelihood ...
Follow the fish
This brief summarises national statistics about how prevalent women are in production and distribution of aquatic foods in Solomon Islands and emphasises the importance of women's increased participation in decision making.