1 edition of Community-based approach to fisheries management in north-east Nigeria found in the catalog.
Community-based approach to fisheries management in north-east Nigeria
1996 by University of Portsmouth, Centre for the Economics and Management of Aquatic Resources in Portsmouth .
Written in English
|Statement||A.E. Neiland ... [et al.].|
|Series||Research paper / University of Portsmouth, Centre for the Economics and Management of Aquatic Resources -- 99|
|Contributions||Neiland, Arthur E., University of Portsmouth. Centre for the Economics and Management of Aquatic Resources.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19p., leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
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The major fisheries of north-east Nigeria (Upper River Benue, Lake Chad and the Nguru-Gashua Wetlands). A key focus of the research was to examine the possibilities for using a community-based approach to fisheries management in the future, taking into account relevant socio-economic factors.
Overall, it was found that traditional management. "The community-based approach to fisheries management in North East Nigeria: socio-economic analysis," Discussion PapersCentre for the Economics and Management of Aquatic Resources. Handle: RePEc:wuk:cemawp The report examines fisheries co-management policy within existing fisheries policy framework in Nigeria.
Understanding the policies (the main objectives of this report) that drive the fisheries sector is crucial for an effective management and development of the fisheries. Here some definitions in the domain of policy are made:File Size: KB.
Study Design: An investigation in the impact of the nationwide Community Based Fisheries Management (CBFM) approach to determine whether or not the approach was successful with respect to the.
The Traditional Management of Artisanal Fisheries in North East Nigeria project (TMAF) has been funded by British Overseas Development Administration (ODA) to investigate the possibilities for designing a more effective management system for fisheries of the Sub-Saharan Savanna region using a community-based by: 2.
Neiland's 43 research works with citations and 6, reads, including: Assessing the Potential Contribution of Fisheries to Economic Development —The Case. Management of the inland fisheries in north east Nigeria: institutional arrangements," Discussion PapersCentre for the Economics and Management of Aquatic Resources.
Citations Many of the citations below have been collected in an experimental project, CitEc, where a more detailed citation analysis can be found. Planning and management of inland fisheries in North East Nigeria are constrained by a lack of multi-disciplinary information.
To address this problem, a Community-based approach to fisheries management in north-east Nigeria book of fishing households was undertaken within the major fisheries, including the Upper River Benue, Lake Chad and the Nguru–Gashua by: Part of the Fish and Fisheries Series book series (FIFI, volume 26) requires understanding the intersection of conflict and scale.
M.T., Madakan, S.P., Ladu, B. and Hassett, D. () ‘The community-based approach to fisheries management in north-east Nigeria: a socio-economic analysis’ University of Portsmouth, Centre for the Cited by: 5.
The degree of community-based fisheries management that exists in the brush park fishery of Negombo estuary is not sufficient for governance of the dilemma of CPR. The community rights and institutional structure of brush park fishers are not strong enough to make responsible fisheries by: 2.
Neiland A.E., Jaffry S., and Kudaisi K. Fishing income, poverty and fisheries management in North-East Nigeria. Traditional management of artisanal fisheries in North East Nigeria CEMARE report No. R43 Final Report DFID Research project R, – Google ScholarCited by: This paper, based on fieldwork results, explores traditional management systems (TMS) in the arid zone fisheries of north‐eastern Nigeria with particular reference to their impact on rural poverty.
The first section provides a historical background by tracing the evolution of the TMS since the nineteenth century, with reference to government Cited by: Fish consumption in Nigeria: Implications for Development policies Nigeria Federal Government (), Fourth national Development plan, (Lagos, Government printer).
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Nigerian has seen a rise in ethnic based killings, militancy, herdsmen-farmers clashes, kidnapping, ritual killing, and insurgency in the North-east to mention but a few. This worrying levels of insecurity has called for the adoption of a more community based approach to policing. Hence, fish management is the prime need of the time.;The Present book entitled Fish Management and Aquatic Environment is the compilation of some most recent research articles of eminent scientists from different parts of the country.
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Box 3: Traditional fisheries management in north-east Nigeria Perhaps one of the most recent and in-depth studies of a traditional fishery has been the DFID-financed Traditional Management of Artisanal Fisheries (TMAF) research project, undertaken by the Centre for Economics and Management of Aquatic Resources (CEMARE), Portsmouth University.
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