This includes both the development of guidelines and also training to increase management capacity in Asia, Africa and the Caribbean.
Examples of Research Impacts
Application of participatory stock assessment methods has increased management capacity in Zanzibar, a location where some 23,000 fishers and 2,300 traders are directly dependent on the fisheries and where fishers are generally from the poorest and most disadvantaged sectors of society.
|Understanding livelihoods dependent on inland fisheries in Bangladesh and South East Asia|
|Livelihood assets required for an East Africa FADs Programme|
|The performance of customary marine tenure in the management of community fishery resources in Melanesia|
|River and Floodplain Fisheries in the Ganges||-|
|Synthesis of simple predictive models for river fish yields in major tropical rivers||-|
|Synthesis of simple predictive models for river fish yields in tropical lakes||-|
|Sustainable Livelihoods from Fluctuating Resources||-|
|Understanding Fisheries Associated Livelihoods and the Constraints to their Development in Kenya and Tanzania||-|
|Assessment of the impact of the Fisheries Management Science Programme||-|
|Vulnerability of fisher-folk living in poverty to climate change||-|
|Incorporating Common Pool Resource (CPR) Issues into Fisheries Management Policy||-|
|Promoting new knowledge of climate change impacts on fisheries||-|
|Synthesis of FMSP experience and lessons learned for fisheries co-management||-|