Past, present and future of project activity of LBCRM-PD: Summary of quarterly reports
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The Locally Based Coastal Resource Management in Pathew District (LBCRM-PD) project is a collaborative project which implemented by Department of Fisheries, Thailand, SEAFDEC/Training Department and Royal Project Bureau. The conceptual framework of the LBCRM-PD project adopted effective application and concept from two former coastal resource management pilot projects that implemented in Bangsaphan noi District, Prachuab Kirikhan Province and Phangnga Bay, Phangnga Province. Gained experience and lesson learned from the two pilot projects pin-pointed that success of the pilot project implementation relied mainly on local people s participation, enactment of enforceable laws or regulations. Thus, the implementations of the LBCRM-PD project designs an action plan to approach local people to participate in the project implementation and all activities that often arranged by the local government unit. The participation between local people and local government officers are key strategy to handle the project to reach promoting applicable type of locally based coastal resource management.
Sungkasem, P., & Yamao, M. (2003). Past, present and future of project activity of LBCRM-PD: Summary of quarterly reports. In Proceedings of the Toward Further Development of Coastal Resource Management: Lessons gained through Locally Based Coastal Resource Management in Pathew District, Chumporn Province, Thailand (pp. 73-92). Samut Prakan, Thailand: Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.