NETWORK OF AQUACULTURE CENTRES IN ASIA-PACIFIC
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Bangkok, Thailand, February 12-14, 2002
Table of Contents
Participants at the expert consultation.
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© FAO & NACA 2002
By Richard Friend & Simon Funge-Smith
Preparation of this document
2.1 Focusing aquaculture on poverty alleviation
2.2 Understandings of poverty
2.3 Understanding the context of poor people's livelihoods
3. Targeting poor people
3.1 Who can aquaculture work with?
3.2 Collective Action
3.3 Providing Inputs
4. How to understand context - household livelihood strategies
5. Institutions and policy processes - understanding context
5.1 How can institutions be influenced to become poverty focused?
5.1.1. Working with institutions
5.1.2. Poor people's participation in policy and improved understandings of poverty and aquatic resources
5.1.3. Promoting Partnerships - government, NGOs and civil society
5.1.4. The role of donors
Appendix 1 - Participants at the consultation
Appendix 2 - Papers Presented