Stobutzki, I.C. and Hall, S.J. (2005) Rebuilding coastal fisheries livelihoods after the Tsunami: key lessons from past experience. Naga, Worldfish Center Quarterly, 28(1-2), pp. 6-12.
Fishing communities around the Indian Ocean were severely affected by the December 2004 tsunamis. Programs for rebuilding coastal fisheries livelihoods need to address the pre-tsunami situation that was characterized by overfishing and degraded natural resources. Adopting appropriate strategies to ensure sustainable livelihoods will require community involvement, as well as cross-sectoral, integrated planning and management at ascending government levels. Key recommendations from the WorldFish Center study Sustainable Management of Coastal Fish Stocks in Asia are presented to encourage discussion and debate.
|Item Type: ||Article|
|Title: ||Rebuilding coastal fisheries livelihoods after the Tsunami: key lessons from past experience|
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|Journal or Publication Title: ||Naga, Worldfish Center Quarterly|
|Page Range: ||pp. 6-12|
|Issuing Agency: ||WorldFish Center|
|Uncontrolled Keywords: ||Coastal fisheries; Sustainable development; Villages; Development projects; Sustainability; Socioeconomic aspects|
|Item ID: ||9518|
|Depositing User: ||Mr William Ko|
|Date Deposited: ||07 Oct 2012 16:18|
|Last Modified: ||07 Oct 2012 16:18|
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