This is the story of women in the Community Based Fisheries Management (CBFM) project in Bangladesh. In rural Asia (Southern)-Bangladesh; many women are involved in inland fisheries and fish farming activities, yet annual statistics fail to capture their importance. Year after year these women continue to be essential in improving nutrition, increasing the production and distribution of food and enhancing the living conditions of their families. Yet, fisher-women remain among the poorest and most vulnerable in this part of the world. This is the story of many women, who through CBFM, have improved and will continue to improve the livelihood of their family. They are the women fishers of Bangladesh. This is their story.
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Title: Fishing for a Future: Women in Community Based Fisheries Management
Publication date 2007-04-10
Publication Year 2007
, Usha Kanagaratnam
, Ruh Afza Ruhi
Department of Fisheries, Bangladesh
, World Fish Center
Asia (Southern) / Bangladesh
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