The Community Storybook is a collection of lessons, tips and experiences shared during the Community Exchange session at the 2008 LMMA Network-wide Meeting in Fiji. It is not intended as a comprehensive guide for community-based adaptive management (CBAM), but rather as a record capturing the key points from conversations shared by participants. It is intenteded to be strateigically introduced to communities -- that is, as part of a workshop or community awareness event, rather then simply handed out indiscriminately. We recommend to the folks on the ground who are introducing it (partners, country coordinators, etc.) to leave ample time for elaboration and discussion of the tips provided in the storybook, particularly the more sensitive or debatable ones.
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Title: Coming Together: Sharing Lessons from the 2008 LMMA Network-wide Meeting Community Exchange 5-7 November 2008, Fiji
Publication date 2011-02-04
Publication Year 2011
Locally-Managed Marine Area Network
Asia (Southeastern) / Indonesia
, Asia (Southeastern) / Philippines
, Oceania / Papua New Guinea
, Oceania / Solomon Islands
, Australia / New Zealand (Aotearoa)
, Oceania / Kiribati
, Oceania / Palau
, Oceania / Pohnpei
, Oceania / Tuvalu
, Oceania / Vanuatu
, Oceania / Fiji
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