Enhancing Coastal Communities’ Resilience through Sustainable Livelihood and Coastal Resources Management
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The Southeast Asian region is home to the largest Muslim population in the world, with Indonesia having the world’s biggest Muslim population (about 42 % of the region’s total population). Most of the Muslim communities are in coastal areas with fishing as an ethnic occupation. The coastal areas in Southeast Asia provide the means of livelihood to the coastal dwellers, where hundred of thousands of coastal families are directly engaged in fishing activities and coastal aquaculture including related activities such as fish processing, marketing, boat building, net making, etc. The coastal resources should therefore be sustainably utilized by coastal communities as source of food security and livelihoods.
Marine Fishery Resources Development and Management Department, S. A. F. D. C. (2018). Enhancing Coastal Communities’ Resilience through Sustainable Livelihood and Coastal Resources Management.
SEAFDEC Newsletter, 41(3), 8-9. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12066/4915
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