|Fisheries Statistics and Information Systems (FISHIN)||UGA/87/007|
OP No. 5
FAO/UNDP PROJECT UGA/87/007
FISHIN NOTES AND RECORDS
NATIONAL SEMINAR ON THE MANAGEMEN OF THE FISHERIES OF LAKE VICTORIA UGA/87/007 PAPERS
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|FISHIN - UGA/87/007||September 1991|
The five papers in this volume (the author/co-author(s) of each paper is(are) UGA/87/007 project staff) were presented at the National Seminar on the Management of the Fisheries of Lake Victoria (Uganda) in Jinja, Uganda, 6–8 August 1991. Only the sixth paper (Bugenyi, F.W. The Effect of Limnological Factors and the Changing Environment on the Fisheries of Northern Lake Victoria) did not have any project involvement. The Seminar was co-sponsored by this project (UGA/87/00) and the Bujumbura (Burundi) based Regional Project for Inland Fisheries Planning, Development and Management in Eastern/Central/Southern Africa (RAF/87/099 - IFIP). Since one of the objectives of the UGA/87/007 Project is “the formulation of fishery management and development plans”, its contribution in nearly all the papers was therefore essential. Findings and recommendations related to various aspects of the fishing industry were presented. Several of these recommendations were adopted and transmitted to the Government of Uganda for their consideration and action.
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Okaronon, J.O. and Wadanya, J.
Fishery Resource Base for the Uganda sector of Lake Victoria.
Kudhongania, A.W. and Coenen, E.J.
Trends in Fisheries Development, Prospects and Limitations for Lake Victoria (Uganda).
Existing Fishery Legislation and Mechanisms for Surveillance and Control on Lake Victoria.
Ssali, W.M., Reynolds, J.E. and Oguthu-Ohwayo, R.
Industrial Industrial Processing Investment and Development for the Fisheries of Lake Victoria : Present and Future Concerns.
Twongo, T., Reynolds J.E. and Mwene-Beyanga, P. Management
Issues, Options, and Strategies for Lake Victoria Fisheries.