Report and Proceedings of the Sri Lanka/FAO National Workshop on Development of Community-based Fishery Management. Colombo; 3-5 October 1994

REPORTS - BOBP/REP/72

Report and Proceedings of the Sri Lanka/FAO National Workshop on Development of Community-based Fishery Management

Colombo; 3-5 October 1994

by
Mary J. Morris
MPM, West Mains, London Road, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 7DG, United Kingdom
Masamichi Hotta
Senior Fishery Planning Officer Fishery Policy and Planning Division FAO Fisheries Department
Anton R Atapattu
Director, Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development Ministry of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development Sri Lanka


Executing Agency: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS

Funding Agency: UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

BAY OF BENGAL PROGRAMME Madras, India 1996

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PREFACE

In Sri Lanka, traditional fisheries management has been implemented for many years in certain areas. The concept of participatory approaches in fisheries management where target beneficiaries are involved in the planning, decisionmaking and implementation of management measures is, therefore, not new in the country. The Government is keen to introduce and actively promote community-based management for the sustainable use of fisheries resources. The Workshop examined the possibilities of strengthening participatory approaches in fishery management and identified a number of conditions to be met, and made recommendations for the government and other institutions to follow.


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REPORTS - BOBP/REP/72pdf

PART 1. REPORT OF THE WORKSHOPpdf

OPENING OF THE WORKSHOP

CONCLUDING SESSION - RECOMMENDATIONS

APPENDICES

APPENDIX A. List of Participants
APPENDIX B. Prospectus
APPENDIX C. Provisional Agenda and Timetable
APPENDIX D. List of Documents
APPENDIX E. Inaugural Address by the Hon. Indika Gunawardena, Minister of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development
APPENDIX F. Address by Mr K.H.Camillus Fernando, Secretary, Ministry of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development
APPENDIX G. Address by Mr A.R.Atapattu, Director of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development and National Project Director, UNDP Marine Fisheries Management Project
APPENDIX H. Address by Mr T. Kimoto, FAO Representative

PART 2. PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE WORKSHOP:pdf

SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF EXCESSIVE FISHING EFFORT AND THE NEED FOR FISHERY MANAGEMENT. A. R. Atapattupdf

INFORMATION NEEDED FOR STRATEGIC PLANNING OF FISHERY MANAGEMENT IN SRI LANKA. Pauline Dayaratnepdf

INSTITUTIONAL FISHERY CREDIT AND COMMUNITY-BASED FISHERIES MANAGEMENT S. De Silva, H. De Seramand C. Fernandopdf

COMMUNITY-BASED FISHERY MANAGEMENT PRACTICES: CASE STUDY OF KATTUDEL IN CHILAW. Rev.Fr. Sixtus Kurukulasuriyapdf

TRADITIONAL LAGOON FISHERIES IN NEGOMBO. D.S. Jayakody pdf

COMMUNITY-BASED FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN EGODAUYANA (PANADURA). H.S.G. Fernandopdf

STILT FISHING IN KATHALUWA AND AHANGAMA (HABARADUWA). M.T.K. Nagodawithanapdf

LEGAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR FISHERY MANAGEMENT AND THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY ORGANISATIONS. A.R. Atapattupdf

COASTAL ZONE AND FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN SRI LANKA: PROSPECTS FOR INTEGRATION A.T. White and C.K.M. Deheragodapdf

PROSPECTS FOR DEVELOPING COMMUNITY-BASED FISHERY MANAGEMENT IN SRI LANKA. K.H.Camillus Fernando pdf

CONTRIBUTIONS OF FISH MARKETING TO FISHERY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN ASIA. M.Hotta pdf

THE IMPORTANCE OF ENVIRONMENT, TOURISM AND DEVELOPMENT IN FISHERIES MANAGEMENT. M.A.W.Ariyadasapdf

BRACKISHWATER AQUACULTURE AND MANGEMENT. G. Piyasena pdf

MARINE SANCTUARIES AND CONSERVATION OF FISHERY RESOURCES. A. Rajasuriya pdf

DISPLACED FISHERMEN, THEIR MIGRATION AND ITS INFLUENCE ON FISHERIESMANAGEMENT. C.H.M.T. Chandrasekarapdf

CHANGES IN STRATEGY FROM DEVELOPMENT TO MANAGEMENT IN SOUTHERN SRI LANKA: A CASE STUDY OF NORAD DEVELOPMENT APPROACHES. K. Nissanga pdf

ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND ITS IMPACT ON FISHERY MANAGEMENT IN LUNAWA LAGOON. P. De Alwis, S. Ariyaratna, S.A.M. Azmy and N.H. Dassanayaka pdf

INTEGRATION OF FISHERY MANAGEMENT INTO COASTAL AREA MANAGEMENT PLANS IN SRI LANKA. H.V.C. Fernando pdf

CURRENT ISSUES OF FISHERIES PROJECT DESIGN. M.H. Gunawardene pdf

RESOLUTION OF CONFLICTS IN SMALL SCALE FISHERIES IN SRI LANKA. D.K. Fernando pdf

THE TERMINATION OF PRAWN TRAWLING IN CHILAW AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR FISHERIES MANAGEMENT. T.L.De Alwispdf