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Gender mainstreaming in community fisheries management

In Cambodia, women have traditionally been regarded as poor in terms of physically ability and knowledge. The voices of women have often been unheard in terms of social influence and decision-making. Therefore, the Fisheries Administration and community ...

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Impacts of climate variability and change on fishery-based livelihoods

There is increasing concern over the consequences of global warming for the food security and livelihoods of the world’s 36million fisherfolk and the nearly 1.5 billion consumers who rely on fish for more than 20% of their dietary animal protein. With ...

Type: Publication

Informal networks in policy processes: the case of community-based fisheries management in Bangladesh

A significant share of research for development aims at improving policy. The authors use the case of community-based fisheries management in Bangladesh to demonstrate how social network analysis can be applied to explore policy influence. Influence is an ...

Type: Publication

Innovations in fisheries co-management, and the challenge of mobility

Co-management attempts mostly focus on improving fish-stock management, requiring people to reduce fishing activities, without offering any interim benefits. Thus incentives are not taken into account. The SFLP (Sustainable Fisheries Livelihood Programme, ...

Type: Publication

Mafia marine resources in peril.

The rich marine resource of the Mafia District, Tanzania, especially its coral reefs and mangroves, are in danger of collapse. The proposed marine park faces chronic problems of dynamite fishing and coral mining. The Mafia fisheries resources and the ...

Type: Publication

Management issues on the Maputo Bay fisheries, Mozambique

Three different fisheries are conducted in Maputo Bay, Mozambique--the gillnet fishery for kelee shad (Hilsa kelee), the shrimp fishery and the hook-and-line fishery for demersal fish species. A brief examination is made ofmanagement measures concerning ...

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Management of freshwater capture fisheries in Cambodia: issues and approaches

Located in the Lower Mekong Basin, the inland waters of Cambodia support an extensive fishery and provide food security to the country's largely subsistence oriented population. Current fishery production from inland waters is estimated to be more ...

Type: Publication

Management of restocking and stock enhancement programs: the need for different approaches

Availability of technology for producing and releasing juveniles in the wild is not all that is required to proceed with programs for restocking (restoring stocks to the point where they can sustain regular harvests) and stock enhancement (increasing ...

Type: Publication

Managing fisheries conflicts through communication planning: experience from inland fisheries of Bangladesh

Increasing population, ineffective management, competition among fishing gears over access to resources and proliferation of destructive practices are imposing severe stress on the inland water bodies of Bangladesh. These factors also contribute to the ...

Type: Publication

Managing overcapacity in small-scale fisheries

The purpose of this chapter is to present and discuss the concept and assessment of over capacity in small-scale marine fisheries, and the appropriate and integrated approaches to facilitating the removal of overcapacity. The chapter should assist ...

Type: Publication

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