Sustaining Food Supply from Inland Fisheries
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In 2008, the total fisheries production of the region was 27,260,013 MT, of which 2,381,711 MT came from the inland capture fisheries, accounting for approximately 8.7% of the total production. Despite low reported figures, the importance of inland fisheries could not be neglected due to its contribution to food security and poverty alleviation for people, particularly the low income group.
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SOUTHEAST ASIAN FISHERIES DEVELOPMENT CENTER TRAINING DEPARTMENT REPORT ON THE SECOND REGIONAL TRAINING COURSE FOR FISHERIES EXTENSION OFFICERS IN MARINE CAPTURE FISHERIES 25 JANUARY TO 19 MARCH 1982 Unknown author (Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center to the Royal Government of the Netherlands, 1982-06)In view of the success so the first Training Course, SEAFDEC’s Training Department organized the Second Regional Training Course for Fishery Extension officers in Marine Capture Fisheries from 25 January to 19 March 1982. ...
PROCEEDINGS OF “THE REGIONAL WORKSHOP ON PROMOTION OF STRATEGIC IMPLEMENTATION OF FISHERIES CO-MANAGEMENT AND RIGHTS-BASED FISHERIES FOR ENHANCING GOOD GOVERNANCE IN COASTAL AND INLAND FISHERIES MANAGEMENT” (2 – 3 February 2012) Unknown author (Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2012-03)
REPORT ON THE FIRST REGIONAL TRAINING COURSE FOR FISHERIES EXTENSION OFFICERS IN MARINE CAPTURE FISHERIES SUPPORTED BY THE ROYAL NETHERLANDS GOVERNMENT FROM 2 FEBRUARY TO 27 MARCH 1981 Unknown author (Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1981-02)Small-scale fishermen comprise the majority of the total number of persons engaged in fisheries in South and Southeast Asia. At the Symposium on the Development and Management of Small-Scale Fisheries held at the 19th ...