Livelihood among fishing communities and prospects of employment in fisheries-related activities
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Social aspects, labor requirements and the rights of coastal and inland communities to decent livelihoods are increasingly the international concern. Under the ASEAN Economic Community and the ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community Blueprints, these aspects are also reflected, specifically: -the organization and diversification of livelihoods in coastal and inland fishing communities, -working opportunities and migratory work force in the fishing sector (including post-harvest and processing), -role of women in communities and processing factories, -fishing as an alternative livelihood and the need for alternative livelihoods for people involved in fishing, - perspective of work and working conditions as key factors for fisheries management and trade, -the ASEAN Community and other relevant aspects.
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Proceedings of the First Seminar of the Fishpond Cooperators' Program on Prawn Culture in Mindanao held on November 25-29, 1974 in Naawan, Misamis Oriental MSU-Institute of Fisheries Research and Development; Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Aquaculture Department; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources; National Science Development Board (1974)
Proceedings of the National Bangos Symposium, Philippine Village Hotel, Punta Baluarte, July 25-28 1975 Philippine Council for Agriculture and Resources Research (PCARR); Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources; University of the Philippines College of Fisheries; Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Aquaculture Department (1975)