Coordinated Position for the Promotion of Small-scale Fisheries in Southeast Asia: Sustainable Resource Use and Access Rights Aspects
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Sustainable resource use and access rights aspects. To replace “open access” to fishery resources with “limited access regimes” through the co-management between governments and resource users’ organizations. To build awareness on the co-management approach and environmental conservation for small-scale fisheries and other stakeholders in fishing communities.
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The Status of Fisheries in the Republic of Maldives Faiz, Mohamed (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1997)The paper discusses the tuna fisheries in Maldives which dominates its fishing industry. Apart from a very strong domestic market, tuna is also the main export commodity of the country. Moreover, reef fisheries such as, ...
Status of Fishing Conditions in Cambodia Sour, Kim; Vuthy, Ros (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1997)Fisheries in plays a very important role in Cambodia’s national economic development. Total fish catch production in 1996 was 104 310 tones, about which 60% was contributed by inland capture fisheries, 30% by marine capture ...
Exploring the sustainable development of demersal fishery resources in the high seas Sayan, Suwanee; Chanrachkij, Isara (Secretariat, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2019)The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) is an autonomous inter-governmental body established as a regional treaty organization in 1967, to promote sustainable fisheries development in Southeast Asia. ...