Mid-term Evaluation of Locally Based Coastal Fisheries Management in Pathew District, Chumphon Province (LBCFM-PD)
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In order to evaluate the LBCFM-PD project which has been implemented for two years, a number of documents related to the project, e.g. Background and Project Proposal, Quarterly Reports, Annual Report and various documents from the Technical Seminar have been used for the studies. Travel to Chumphon Province for a short trip to collect data and information from various provincial and local organizations concerned, and discussion with the key persons of the project and concerned stakeholders had been completed.
Chullasorn, S. (2004). Mid-term Evaluation of Locally Based Coastal Fisheries Management in Pathew District, Chumphon Province (LBCFM-PD). Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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