Small-scale fisheries in the Southeast Asian Region
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In the Southeast Asian region, fisheries is considered one of the very important sectors contribution to the development of national economy, income generation, employment opportunity, livelihood, and food security for the people. Small-scale capture fisheries in the region is generally characterized by tropical, multi-scale fisheries. In each country, small-scale fisheries have been developed in accordance with their specific cultures, social and economic conditions, utilizing different types of vessels, gears and methods, and targeting multi-species of fishery resources.
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Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Training Department (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2010)Social, economic and human rights aspects. To develop strategies focusing on livelihood development, rather than emphasizing exclusively on technical intervention. To identify and support the supplemental2alternatiive ...
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