Aquatic resources management for sustainable livelihoods of poor people: proceedings of the DFID-ARM e-mail conference, June 2000

Haylor, G. (ed.) (2003) Aquatic resources management for sustainable livelihoods of poor people: proceedings of the DFID-ARM e-mail conference, June 2000. Bangkok, Thailand, Support to Regional Aquatic Resources Management (STREAM),

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Abstract

This e-mail conference has been organised by the DFID Aquatic Resources Management (ARM) Programme, S E Asia. It forms part of a wider process of consultation including links with other donors, with government and non-government partners and participatory livelihood assessments with vulnerable groups who benefit from aquatic resources. The objective is to provide a forum for professionals who have been involved in aquatic resources management in the context of poor peoples’ livelihoods, to share experiences, reflect on approaches and contribute to their development. Participants can submit poster presentations (2-pagers) and contribute to the discussions (via the conference website) organised around 5 key issues, set out in this discussion paper. After 4 weeks online the contributed posters and discussions will be edited into a document assessing approaches to aquatic resources management, which benefit livelihoods of poor people. This will be downloadable from the website. (PDF contains 134 pages)

Item Type: Monograph or Serial Issue
Title: Aquatic resources management for sustainable livelihoods of poor people: proceedings of the DFID-ARM e-mail conference, June 2000
Editors:
EditorsEmail
Haylor, G.
Date: 2003
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 based in Bangkok (Thailand)
Uncontrolled Keywords: South-East Asia; Bangladesh; Laos; Vietnam; Mekong basin
Subjects: Management
Fisheries
Sociology
Aquaculture
Item ID: 2565
Depositing User: Ms Maria Kalentsits
Date Deposited: 11 Aug 2009 14:53
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2011 18:53
URI: http://aquaticcommons.org/id/eprint/2565

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