3 edition of Participation in artisanal fisheries management for improved livelihoods in West Africa found in the catalog.
Participation in artisanal fisheries management for improved livelihoods in West Africa
Noeky M. Lenselink
by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome
Written in English
|Statement||by Noeky M. Lenselink.|
|Series||FAO fisheries technical paper -- 432., FAO fisheries technical paper -- no. 432.|
|Contributions||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
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[Noeky M Lenselink; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.] -- This publication presents the lessons learned during a study on fisher participation in fisheries management as well as. Participation in artisanal fisheries management for improved livelihoods in West Africa: a synthesis of interviews and cases from Mauritania, Senegal, Guinea and Ghana by Lenselink, Noeky M.
Strategic management approach, practical planning for development managers, Washington, DC, Conservation International. Lenselink, N.M. Participation in artisanal fisheries management for improved livelihoods in West Africa.
A synthesis of interviews and case studies from Ghana, Guinea, Mauritania and Senegal. FAO Fisheries Technical. Nov 30, · Buy Participation in Artisanal Fisheries Management for Improved Livelihoods in West Africa by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations from Waterstones today.
Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Feb 23, · Sincethe program has been investing in sustainable fisheries management, community resilience and improved livelihoods for coastal communities. If Solomon lived today, he would see the foreign trawlers better managed with the establishment of the 6-mile inshore exclusion zone for community fishermen and the increase in artisanal fisheries.
Feb 15, · مرکز فناوری اطلاعات و اطلاع رسانی کشاورزی. Participation in artisanal fisheries management for improved livelihoods in West Africa: a synthesis of interviews and cases from Mauritania, Senegal, Guinea and veterans-opex.com by: 3. [Show full abstract] objective of this paper is to review the major issues relating to the development and management of small-scale fisheries in West Africa and to examine their impacts on the.
To date, there is little documented experience on application of the SLA in fisheries management and development programmes. This paper aims to illustrate how the principles underlying the SLA were turned into development programme or policy actions in the West Africa Sustainable Fisheries Livelihoods Programme (SFLP).
veterans-opex.com by: 1. 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: Horemans, B. and A. Jallow () Current state and perspectives of marine fisheries resources co-management in West Africa in Normann et al., pp– Google Scholar Hutton and Pitcher () Current directions in fisheries management policy: A perspective on co-management and its application to South African veterans-opex.com by: Small-scale fisheries in Senegal are extremely diverse, diffuse, and dynamic, and they dominate export and local markets.
Participation in artisanal fisheries management for improved livelihoods in West Africa. A synthesis of interviews and cases from Mauritania, Senegal, Guinea and Ghana. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper. Cited by: 2. The Contribution of Artisanal Fisheries towards Livelihoods and fishery has immensely contributed towards improved livelihoods of many households in Chanyanya.
It has provided employment, income and food security, both to the local people and the nation at large. West of the administrative town of Kafue district, with households Author: Subha Ganguly.
the importance of artisanal fish processing and trade in west africa 2. efforts to promote intra-regional trade in west africa 3. artisanal fish processing and trade in west africa: a brief overview 4. artisanal processing and trading: an analysis of constraints 5. recommendations 6. conclusions bibliography part.
The purpose of the SFLP is to improve the livelihoods of artisanal fisheries communities and reduce their vulnerability and poverty, through activities focusing on: (i) the development of social and human capital in fisheries-dependent communities (e.g., capacity-building for fisheries planning and management); (ii) the enhancement of the.
There was also close interaction with the tripartite French-German- African project AWA (Ecosystem Approach to the management of fisheries and the marine environment in West African waters).
Ghana's Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture, the Fisheries Commission, together with other stakeholders, are working tirelessly to overcome the challenges of the artisanal fishing and the.
Dec 09, · ABSTRACTThe contribution by women to fisheries economies globally continues to be overlooked, in part, because “fishing” is often narrowly defined as catching fish at sea, from a vessel, using specialized gears. Both men and women are involved in fisheries, but often in different roles and activities.
Fisheries research, management, and policy have traditionally focused on direct, formal Cited by: Sustainable Livelihoods: Fisheries “The Limpopo River has few fish species compared with other rivers in Africa (FAO ).” The low number of fish species found in the Limpopo River is attributed to the prolonged dry periods that characterise the region.
Africa program for fisheries: improving livelihoods and creating wealth through sustainable fisheries (English) Abstract. Byglobal fish demand, driven by growing population and income, is expected to rise by 40 million tons, and to consistently continue growing over the coming decades.
Fishing livelihoods and fisheries management in Malawi by Edward H. Allison and Peter M. Mvula* Summary Livelihoods studies based in five villages on the shores of Lakes Malawi and Chilwa reveal fisheries to be an important contributor to poverty alleviation and rural economic growth in lakeshore areas.
The incomes and asset status of households. Livelihood approaches and fisheries management in the Lower Mekong Basin 3 Background — Poverty reduction iS tHe Main goaL Poverty reduction is now a major goal of all the governments in the Lower Mekong Basin. the role of fisheries managers is changing as a result.
Previously, managers were concerned mainly with.Sustainable crop-livestock production for improved livelihoods and natural resource management in West Africa. Proceedings of an international conference held at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Ibadan, Nigeria, Novemberp.Social institutions are one of the most important institutions in communities, especially in rural areas, where decision making depends on the chief, his elders or opinion leaders in the community.
The study looked at the hindrances and catalysts they presented, to the introduction of an innovation (fish cage culture) and its acceptance. The paper, presents how Dzemeni and Kpando-Torkor Author: Marian Adwowa Amu-Mensah, Frederick K.
Amu-Mensah, Edward K. Abban.