Gender-inclusive facilitation for community-based marine resource management. An addendum to “Community-based marine resource management in Solomon Islands: A facilitators guide” and other guides for CBRM
How research is helping fisherfolk in Myanmar to co-manage their fishery
New community fishing committees and a recent policy change informed by FISH research are enabling local communities in Myanmar to have more control over the resources they depend upon.
SUPERSEAS project identifies governance components of area-based management
Solving complex problems in the aquaculture sector requires integration between actors that do not normally interact. Understanding how these actors can interact and contribute to area-based management in aquaculture was a key goal of the recent mid-term meeting of the SUPERSEAS project, held at...
From local to global: How research enables resilient and sustainable small-scale fisheries
Small-scale capture fisheries—where fishers operating from the shore or small fishing vessels use simple methods to catch fish from inland or coastal waters—are an often irreplaceable source of nutrition and income in the developing world. Ensuring the sustainability of these fisheries will require...
Boosting hilsa production and improving fisher livelihoods in Bangladesh
In Bangladesh, it is illegal to catch, carry or sell catch juvenile hilsa ( jatka ) from November 1 to June 30 or catch mother hilsa during the breeding season, usually September and October. This ban was introduced by the government in 2011 to protect fragile stocks of hilsa, the country’s...