Report of the Experts Consultation Workshop on Guidance to Monitoring and Evaluation of Gender Equity and Social Well-Being in Fisheries Communities
The Experts Consultation Workshop on Guidance to Monitoring and Evaluation of Gender Equity and Social Well-being in Fisheries Communities was convened from 8 to 10 August 2018 in Bangkok, Thailand. The Workshop was attended by the SEAFDEC Secretary-General, SEAFDEC Gender Working Team, the ASEAN Member States, regional organizations and partners such as the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Asian Coastal Resources Institute-Foundation Cambodia (CORIN-Asia Cambodia), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Learning Institute (LI), Mekong River Commission (MRC), Sustainable Development Foundation (SDF), Sweden Embassy (Bangkok), and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID Oceans).
SEAFDEC. 2019. Report of the the Experts Consultation Workshop on Guidance to Monitoring and Evaluation of Gender Equity and Social Well-Being in Fisheries Communities, Bangkok, Thailand, 8-10 August 2018, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center. 78 pp.
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, ...
Major fisheries in Thailand and some technical recommendations for their improvement Nishioka, Yasumasa; Yamazaki, Tomeyoshi (Japan International Cooperation Agency, 1977)Presented in this paper is the development of fisheries industry in Thailand. The data on the production of the principal fisheries species and major fishing methods are also presented. Also included are the recommendations ...
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