This report examines support for small-scale fishery projects, and provides an overview of Rare's Fish Forever initiative.
Key findings include:
Funding from Foundations
-Between 2007 to 2015, we identified $91 million in grants directed towards small-scale fishing (SSF) projects. An additional $136 million in grants was directed towards projects that may be relevant for small-scale fisheries, but it is not clear from the grant description –most of these grants are for marine protected areas. In sum, this is ~$10-$23 million per year in grants to projects that are potentially relevant for SSF.
-Approximately 0.5% of all foundation grantmaking goes to marine conservation, and we estimate that between 5-12% of that is directed to SSF relevant projects.
Funding from DFI's
-Based on a review of the funding of seven major DFIs (World Bank, GEF, IADB, ADB, KfW, AfDB, and CAF) from 2000-2016, we identified $1.825 billion of investment in SSF related projects. An additional $4.351 billion was invested in projects that may be relevant for small-scale fisheries (e.g., coastal zone management). In sum this amounts to ~$107-$363 million per year of funding from these DFIs for projects that are potentially relevant for SSF.
-SSF related projects made up less than 0.5%on average of the DFI's portfolios.
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- Issue areas
- Energy and Environment
- Document type
- Africa (Southeastern) / Mozambique
- Asia (Southeastern) / Indonesia
- Asia (Southeastern) / Philippines
- North America (Central America) / Belize
- South America (Northeastern) / Brazil
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