Enhancing Governance in Fishery Management
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Fisheries is an important sector that provides substantial contribution to people’s food security and well-being, poverty alleviation, and economic development. Concurrent with the increasing competitiveness and conflicts in the use of land and water resources, the growing demand for quality and safety of fish and fisheries products, and the impacts of fisheries on the environment and vice versa, are momentous challenges that have emerged at the global level such as the adoption of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries ad well as other relevant international instruments that advocate the need for better management and utilization of aquatic resources.
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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 OF THE INTERNATIONAL TRAINING COURSE FOR FISHERY EXTENSION OFFICERS IN EXTENSION METHODOLOGY AND COASTAL FISHERIES MANAGEMENT Chanloi, Thaweesak; Bhatiyasevi, Udomsak; Eiamsa-ard, Arpaporn (Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2001-08)The primary aim of fisheries extension is to encourage groups of small-scale fisherfolk and rural fishing communities into sustainable and peaceful co-existance with their fisheries. There are several ways of to strengthen ...
The Attitude of Local Government Organizations and External Agencies on Set-net Fisheries and its Technology Transfer for Coastal Fisheries Management Thapthim, Narumol; Suanrattanachai, Phattareeya; Kaewnuratchadasorn, Pattarajit (Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center / Training Department, 2008-07)This paper mainly aimed to study and assess the attitude of local government institutions/organizations and agencies on the set-net project and fisheries after the project had been implemented for five years in Mae Lamphueng ...