Report JTF Project Facilitating Fisheries Activities Information Gathering through Introduction of Community-Based Resources Management/Co-management in Lao PDR
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This report are the approaches, activities, and outputs of the Project in Lao PDR. From the results of the case studies in the two target inland fisheries sites, the approach necessary to effectively realize the sustainable management of inland fishery resources is also recommended. Specifically, the approach established through this Project centers on allowing the fishers themselves to actively engaged in the fishery resources management activities. This was achieved by structuring the concerned fishers into fishers’ organizations. Discussed among the fishers during the meetings of the fishers’ organizations, are topics on fisheries management, fishery resource management methods and related activities, and the like, and where agreements should be reached before meetings are adjourned, to enable the concerned fishers to carry out their respective activities, duties and responsibilities in fisheries management. It is therefore the hope of SEAFDEC that once this Report is disseminated to the AMSs, it could be used as reference in the respective countries’ efforts of attaining sustainable management of their inland fishery resources.
Training Department. (2020). Report JTF Project Facilitating Fisheries Activities Information Gathering through Introduction of Community-Based Resources Management/Co-management in Lao PDR. Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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