Essential Ecosystem Approach to Fishery Management (EAFM) Toolkit
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This Toolkit is divided into two distinct sections: The People Toolkit includes a selection of tools that are useful throughout the EAFM process. EAFM requires a high level of stakeholder participation and involvement, from the planning, through implementation, to monitoring and evaluation. Appropriate use of these tools will ensure enhanced consultation and involvement of all parties in the EAFM process. The Technical Toolkit includes a selection of techniques, tools and resources that are useful throughout the EAFM process.
Food and Agriculture Organization of United Nations, IMA International, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center/Training Department. 2020. Essential EAFM (Ecosystem Approach to Fishery Management) Toolkit. SEAFDEC 2020 Version.
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