Report of the PRA carried out at Ihale Beach, Tanzania, April 11-14, 2000

SEDAWOG (The socio-economic data working group of the LVFRP) (2000) Report of the PRA carried out at Ihale Beach, Tanzania, April 11-14, 2000. In: The Co-management Survey: PRA Reports from Five Beaches on Lake Victoria. Jinja, Uganda, Lake Victoria Fisheries Research Project, pp. 5-35. (LVFRP Technical Document,9)

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Abstract

Ihale is a large landing site lying approximately 65 km. from Mwanza along the main Mwanza-Musoma highway. Ihale Beach was selected as a potential candidate for the 3-beaches study because of its proximity to Mwanza, and hence suitability for frequent monitoring; and because it is served by a road accessible during the rainy seasons. As with the first training Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) on Kiumba Beach on Kenya's Rusinga Island, the objectives with this PRA were as follows: (a) To identify and understand Ihale's community-based organizations and institutions which have a role in the lake's fishery. (b) To consider the key issues which arise from this study for the involvement of communities and community-based organizations and/or institutions such as those at Ihale Beach, in the co-management of Lake Victoria's fishery.

Item Type: Book Section
Title: Report of the PRA carried out at Ihale Beach, Tanzania, April 11-14, 2000
Corporate Creator/Author: SEDAWOG (The socio-economic data working group of the LVFRP)
Title of Book: The Co-management Survey: PRA Reports from Five Beaches on Lake Victoria
Series Name: LVFRP Technical Document
Number: 9
Page Range: pp. 5-35
Date: 2000
Publisher: Lake Victoria Fisheries Research Project
Place of Publication: Jinja, Uganda
Projects: Lake Victoria Fisheries Research Project Phase II
Issuing Agency: Lake Victoria Fisheries Organization
Additional Information: LVFRP/TECH/00/09
Uncontrolled Keywords: Africa; Tanzania; Ihale Beach; Lake Victoria; Co-management; artisanal fisheries
Subjects: Fisheries
Management
Sociology
Item ID: 5017
Depositing User: Ms Maria Kalentsits
Date Deposited: 30 Mar 2011 08:17
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2011 15:33
Related URLs:
URI: http://aquaticcommons.org/id/eprint/5017

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