Achieving poverty reduction through responsible fisheries: lessons from West and Central Africa, Issue 51
Lena Westlund, Katrien Holvoet, Moustapha Kebe, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2008 - Business & Economics - 168 pages
This document highlights important examples generated by the Sustainable Fisheries Livelihoods Programme with regard not only to reconciling poverty reduction and responsible fishing but also showing how the two are mutually dependent and essential for sustainable outcomes. It provides a consolidated account of main lessons learned to serve as a source of information and inspiration for further work with small-scale fishing communities.
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Analysing and addressing the multiple dimensions of poverty
Reassessing the economic and social contribution of fisheries
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activities addressing Allison Aquaculture available at www.sflp.org Base-Agip Benin Burkina Faso Cameroon capacity building Central Africa coastal Code Congo context contribution of fisheries Cote d'lvoire countries economic exports factors fisheries co-management fisheries communities fisheries departments Fisheries Livelihoods Programme fisheries management fisheries sector fishery resources fishing communities food security framework Gabon Gambia Ghana groups Guinea HIV/AIDS Holvoet households impact implementation important improved income increased institutions integration interventions issues Kebe lessons learned literacy livelihood diversification Livelihoods Programme SFLP macro Mali Mauritania meso MFIs microfinance migration NGOs Njock organizations participation participatory partners partnerships peche Pilot Project poverty alleviation poverty profiles Poverty Reduction Strategy production providing PRSP region resource management responsible fisheries role rural Senegal SFLP experience SFLP's small-scale fisheries social socio-professional stakeholders studies Sustainable Fisheries Livelihoods sustainable livelihoods approach undated Unpublished working document vulnerability West and Central women