Final Project Evaluation Integrated Coastal Resources Management in Pulau Langkawi (ICRM-PL)
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The collaborative project implemented by SEAFDEC and DOF Malaysia, named Locally Based Coastal Resources Management in Langkawi (LBCRM-PL), started in August 2003 with an initial duration two years (until July 2005) but was extended until December 2006 as agreed by the 27th SEAFDEC Program Committee Meeting (PCM) in December 2004. The project was again extended until December 2007 because of the tsunami that affected the area. Funding of the project from August 2003 – December 2004 was by Japanese Trust Fund 1. From January 2005, the project was funded by Japanese Trust Fund IV which placed emphasis on human resource development. The project title was then changed to “Integrated Coastal Resources Management in Pulau Langkawi (ICRM-PL).” This evaluation is intended to assess the marine biological impact on the marine resources and the socio-economic impact on fishing communities towards the achievement of the project objectives
Saleh, I. b. (2008). Final Project Evaluation Integrated Coastal Resources Management in Pulau Langkawi (ICRM-PL). Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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