Report of Monitoring Socio-economic Survey in Kuala Teriang, Pulau langkawi, Malaysia in August 2006
Monitoring the socio-economic changes occurring in the communities of the target beneficiary groups during the three years’ project implementation was conducted in August 2006. This was aimed at evaluating the degree of contribution of the project to the socio-economic status of the local people and in the improvement of the environmental conditions in the project operational area. This report incorporates all the compiled results of the surveys conducted in the project area and the corresponding analyses of the results of the surveys.
Training Department., & Department of Fisheries Malaysia. (2007). Report of Monitoring Socio-economic Survey in Kuala Teriang, Pulau langkawi, Malaysia in August 2006. Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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