Report of the workshop on process monitoring and significant change. Bangkok, Thailand 26-28 June 2002

Support to Regional Aquatic Resources Management (STREAM) (2002) Report of the workshop on process monitoring and significant change. Bangkok, Thailand 26-28 June 2002. Bangkok, Thailand, Support to Regional Aquatic Resources Management (STREAM),

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Abstract

The STREAM Initiative is a process rather than a project, and its focus is on learning and building on learning, not the achievement of pre-determined objectives. An overarching goal of STREAM is to facilitate changes that support poor people who manage aquatic resources. A key objective of STREAM is policy change, which in itself is complex and difficult to monitor. Two further layers of complexity relate to the regional scope of the Initiative and the collaborative involvement of stakeholders, all of which need to be accountable for their work. The objectives of this workshop are consistent with the aims of the STREAM Initiative and can be summerized as follows: 1- Familiarizing everyone in the regional STREAM Initiative with work being done in process monitoring and significant change. 2- Discussion and development of a practical information system that enables (i) the monitoring of development processes and significant changes occurring within the STREAM Initiative, and (ii) learning to inform STREAM implementation and other stakeholders. (PDF has 59 pages.)

Item Type: Monograph or Serial Issue
Title: Report of the workshop on process monitoring and significant change. Bangkok, Thailand 26-28 June 2002
Corporate Creator/Author: Support to Regional Aquatic Resources Management (STREAM)
Date: 2002
Publisher: Support to Regional Aquatic Resources Management (STREAM)
Place of Publication: Bangkok, Thailand
Issuing Agency: Support to Regional Aquatic Resources Management
Additional Information: The STREAM Initiative was hosted at the Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific (NACA) in Bangkok (Thailand)
Uncontrolled Keywords: livelihoods; poverty; aquaculture; fisheries
Subjects: Aquaculture
Sociology
Item ID: 2412
Depositing User: Ms Maria Kalentsits
Date Deposited: 16 Jul 2009 16:34
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2011 19:10
URI: http://aquaticcommons.org/id/eprint/2412

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