Women's Group Development: Integrated Coastal Resources Management in Pathew District (ICRM-PD), Chumphon Province
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The Integrated Coastal Resources Management Project (ICRM-PD) was established in Pathew District, Chumphon Province, on 9 November 2001 as a collaborative effort between SEAFDEC/TD and the DOF of Thailand. The project aims to promote the sustainable use of coastal resources and transfer the experiences and lessons learned from the implementation of the project to other ASEAN member countries. The ICRM-PD project has six main activities, namely: Baseline Survey (Activity I), Extend and Encourage LBCRM (Activity II), Encourage Local Business (Activity III), Enhance Human Resource Capability and Participation (Activity IV), Develop Extension Methodologies and Strengthening of the Extension System (Activity V), Rehabilitate and Enhance Coastal Resource (Activity VI).
Ruangsivakul, S. (2007). Women's group development: Integrated Coastal Resources Management in Pathew District (ICRM-PD), Chumphon Province. In Proceedings of the Regional Seminar on Integrated Coastal Resources Management in Southeast Asia: Lessons Learned Through Integrated Coastal Resources Management in Pathew District, Chumphon Province (ICRM-PD), 10-12 July 2007 at Chumphon Marine Fisheries Research and Development Center, Chumphon Province, Thailand (pp. 141-152). Samutprakarn, Thailand: Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
Coastal zone management; Ecosystem management; Integrated coastal zone management; Resource management; Resource surveys; Fishery management; Environment management; Resource conservation; Sustainable development; Sustainable fishing; Baseline studies; Participatory approach; User participation; Extension activities; Brackishwater; Marine; Thailand