2 edition of Strategies for development projects in small-scale fisheries found in the catalog.
Strategies for development projects in small-scale fisheries
Gerhard Meidell Gerhardsen
by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 29-30.
|Statement||by G. Meidell Gerhardsen.|
|Series||FAO fisheries circular ;, no. 713|
|LC Classifications||SH1 .F8716 no. 713, SH328 .F8716 no. 713|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 30 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||79316653|
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This book contributes to the global effort by offering knowledge, insights and lessons about small-scale fisheries in Latin America and the Caribbean. The 20 case studies included in the book make explicit the various dimensions that are intrinsic to small-scale fisheries in the region, and identify conditions and situations that affect the. Downloadable (with restrictions)! Author(s): Allison, Edward H. & Ellis, Frank. Abstract: An approach to poverty reduction in low-income countries known as the 'sustainable livelihoods approach' is applied to understanding the strategies of artisanal fisherfolk confronted by fluctuating fisheries resources. The livelihood approach is explained, and the insights it provides into.
Commentary/ Small fry are beautiful: rethinking development in small-scale fisheries Development investments often deliver “white elephants” – poorly integrated infrastructure that is left unused. Listening to the ideas of the people who fish, process, and trade fish provides a strong foundation for an alternative model of enhancing fish-based livelihoods. development of small-scale fisheries remain poorly understood . For many species which have known as commercially importance are welcomed in Turkish coasts. One of the most important economic activities is fishery in Turkey due to rich marine biodiversity of the Turkish coastlines surrounded byFile Size: KB.
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Strategies for development projects in small-scale fisheries: a contribution to policy formulation. Human dependence on marine and coastal resources is increasing. Today, small-scale fisheries employ 50 of the world’s 51 million fishers, practically all of whom are from developing countries.
And together, they produce more than half of the world’s annual marine fish catch of 98 million tonnes, supplying most of the fish consumed in the developing world. Small-scale fisheries: assessing their contribution to rural livelihoods in developing countries. FAO Fisheries Circular. NPRS National Poverty Reduction Strategies ODI Overseas Development Institute small-scale fisheries, processing and trading play an extremely important role in supplementing.
| ADDRESSING PROJECT IMPACTS ON FISHING-BASED LIVELIHOODS. INTRODUCTION. Fishing-based livelihoods and the ﬁsheries that support such livelihoods may rely on lake-based (lacustrine), riverine, and/or marine ﬁsh resources.
The development and operation of private sector projects across a rangeFile Size: 1MB. the voices of small-scale ﬁshers. The Committee on Fisheries requested the establishment of a Global Assistance Programme to support the implementation of the SSF Guidelines.
FAO is encouraging the sustainable development of the small-scale ﬁsheries sector as a principal contributor to poverty alleviation and food security by bringing. In the past, fisheries development policies have focussed on increasing production of the industrial sector and promoting national economic growth, and have not taken account of the small-scale and artisanal fisheries that are important at a local level for food and income security.
The PRSP process has redressed this balance a little Cited by: Pérez employs a variety of historical and ethnographic methods to shape an analysis extending beyond Puerto Rican fisheries to illuminate the discouraging interplay between household-based production regimes, intermittent infusions of state funds and expertise, and the strong stimulant of large-scale, though temporary, development by: role of fisheries in rural development Download role of fisheries in rural development or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get role of fisheries in rural development book now. This site is like a library, Use. This book provides an introduction to fisheries science, management, and policy. The overall goal of fisheries management is to produce sustainable biological, social, and economic benefits from.
The Livelihoods Approach and Management of Small-Scale Fisheries Article (PDF Available) in Marine Policy 25(5) September with 9, Reads How we measure 'reads'. The sourcebook, “Marine Tenure and Small-scale Fisheries: A Sourcebook of Good Practices and Emerging Themes”, provides a deeper look into emerging themes and practices in small-scale fisheries and marine tenure by drawing on findings from scholarly research, policy documents, and development projects by donor agencies and leading.
dependent on fisheries and aquaculture occur in developing countries, mostly in small-scale operations. Marine ecosystem services have substantial economic value. While exact figures are still debated, the estimated figures are in the order of trillions of US dollars annually.
Nearly three-quarters of this value resides in coastal Size: KB. Small-scale fisheries (SSFs) have been playing a crucial role in meeting the basic needs of millions of people around the world.
Despite this, the sustainability of global fisheries is a growing concern, and the factors enabling or constraining the sustainable management of.
Small-scale fisheries make up a large proportion of world’s fisheries, both by catch and participation. Effective management is essential to ensure access to fish for food and income.
Covering social and economic aspects of the fishery management and governance challenge, this book provides guidance on innovative and alternative management measures and methods for small-scale fisheries. Department of Animal husbandry, dairy and fisheries is responsible for matters relating to livestock production, preservation, protection from disease and improvement of stocks and dairy development, and also for matters relating to the Delhi Milk Scheme and the National Dairy Development Board.
It also looks after all matters pertaining to fishing and fisheries, inland and marine.  Government of Malawi (GoM) Annual Frame Survey Report of the Small-Scale fisheries. Fisheries Bulletin,  Overholt C, Cloud K, Anderson MB and JE Austin Women in development: A framework for project analysis.
In: C Overholt, MB Anderson, K Cloud and JE Austin (Eds). Gender roles in development projects: A case book. ; of development projects. This tool has been strongly incentivized by the European Union with the last European Fisheries Fund, fol-2 Editorial/Editorial The role of Mediterranean small-scale fisheries in a context of new development strategies Cosimo LACIRIGNOLA*.
Introduction. Within fisheries management and development policy, the importance of sustaining small-scale fisheries is being increasingly recognised.Inan estimated million people made all or part of their living from fish production and capture; the vast majority (around 24 million) were small-scale or artisanal fisherfolk in Asia.
1 Over million people were involved in Cited by: IN FISHERIES THROUGH MULTI-STAKEHOLDER INITIATIVES CALLED FISHERY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS (FIPS). And we have invaluable experience with FIPs in small-scale fisheries; close to one third of all projects implemented by SFP over the past decade either are small-scale or have a significant small-scale component, decisively demonstrating the strategic.
Up-scaling small-scale fisheries management and expanding institutional partnerships would be beneficial.
Six ‘core’ strategies are proposed to help promote the sustainability of small-scale fisheries: (1) sustain—conservation and rational use of fishery resources; (2) protect—preventive steps to manage threats to habitatsFile Size: 1MB.
In JuneFAO member-states endorsed the Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries (SSF Guidelines). These Guidelines are one of the most significant landmarks for small-scale fisheries around the world.
They are comprehensive in terms of topics covered, and.Managing Small-scale Fisheries looks beyond the scope of conventional fishery management to alternative concepts, tools, methods, and conservation is, for example, broader emphasis on ecosystem management and participatory decision-making.
Interested readers will include fishery managers, both governmental and nongovernmental. Abstract. The Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries in the Context of Food Security and Poverty Eradication (SSF Guidelines) call for realizing their six stated objectives through the promotion of a human rights-based approach (HRBA).Cited by: 3.