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Title: End project report : a research project on improving rural livelihood through community fisheries management, 1 February 2007 - 31st January 2010
Authors: Community Fisheries Development Department. Fisheries Administration
Keywords: FISHERY
INLAND FISHERY
CAMBODIA
COMMUNITY FISHERY
FISHERY MANAGEMENT
RURAL POPULATION
FISHERY DEVELOPMENT
PILOT PROJECTS
COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION
Date: 2011
Publisher: Community Fisheries Development Department, Fisheries Administration
Abstract: The research objectives were to understand and develop a self-sustaining Community Fisheries Management (CFM) model that supports livelihoods improvement; to enhance capacity at provincial level to analyze opportunities and constraints and identify priorities for CFi development; to identify and support CFM networks at community, provincial and national levels; and to share lessons and experiences on CFM livelihoods improvement. Outputs and outcomes of the project are reviewed. Illegal fishing practices in all project sites have significantly decreased, fish conservation is established and protected and ultimately fish stock has increased. As well, collaboration among stakeholders at the local level has been strengthened.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/45598
Project Number: 103951
Project Title: Cambodia Rural Livelihoods and Natural Resources Research Programme
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