Coordinated Position for the Promotion of Small-scale Fisheries in Southeast Asia: Social, Economic, and Human Rights Aspects
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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 means of livelihood in addition to fisheries activities in order to provide additional income contributing to poverty alleviation of the small-scale fishers. To facilitate fishers’ access to productive assets, such as land, infrastructure, capital (such as low interest credit scheme) and market information, in order to diversify the economic activities in the fishing communities.
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