An FAO project, the Regional Fisheries Livelihoods Programme, which is funded by Spain, has worked with the Timorese authorities and coastal communities to build local capacity and put in place effective methods to gather a variety of important fisheries data. This is used to help make important decisions relating to the management of the nation's fisheries sector. These actions, which are detailed in this publication, have been carried out at relatively little expense and in a participatory manner that has engaged communities while at the same time providing practical skills to all involved.
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Title: Regional Workshop on Co-management in Small-Scale Fisheries: Lessons Learned and Best Practices 12-13 December 2012, Bangkok, Thailand
Publication date 2012-12-01
Publication Year 2012
, Don Griffiths
, Enrique Alonso
, Mario Pereira
, Pedro Rodrigues
, Steve Needham
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
, Regional Fisheries Livelihood Programme for South and Southeast Asia (RFLP)
Asia (Southeastern) / Indonesia
, Asia (Southeastern) / Cambodia
, Asia (Southeastern) / Vietnam
, Asia (Southern) / Sri Lanka
, Asia (Southeastern) / Philippines
, Asia (Southeastern) / Timor / Leste
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