Report of the Workshop on Smart Partnerships for Sustainability in the Fishing Industry. Penang, Malaysia; 26-28 November, 1997

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Report of the Workshop on Smart Partnerships for Sustainability in the Fishing Industry

Penang, Malaysia; 26-28 November, 1997

by
Kee-Chai Chong
and
S.R. Madhu


Executing Agency: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS

Funding Agency: UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

BAY OF BENGAL PROGRAMME Chennai, India 1999

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PREFACE

This document contains the report of a Workshop on “Smart Partnerships for Sustainability in the Fishing Industry.” It was held in Penang, Malaysia, on 26-27 November, 1997, and was organised jointly by the Institute On Governance, Canada, and the FAO’s Bay of Bengal Programme, with support from the Maritime Institute of Malaysia (MIMA), the Department of Fisheries, Malaysia (DOFM), and the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).

This report contains the papers presented by workshop participants including the keynote address and the presentations of “country experiences” from South Asia and Southeast Asia.

The Bay of Bengal Programme is a multi-agency regional fisheries programme which covers seven countries around the Bay of Bengal - Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, Maldives, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Thailand. The Programme plays a catalytic and consultative role in developing coastal fisheries management in the Bay of Bengal to help improve the conditions of small-scale fisher-folk in member-countries.


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1. WORKSHOP PROSPECTUS

2. WORKSHOP SUMMARY

3. WORKSHOP PROGRAMME

4. OPENING ADDRESS by Dato - Mohd Mazlan bin Jusoh, Director-General of Fisheries, Malaysia

5. LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

6. KEYNOTE ADDRESS: “INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCES IN COMMUNITY-BASED FISHERIES MANAGEMENT - SUCCESSES AND PITFALLS” by Dr Masamichi Hotta

7. SUSTAINABILITY OF FISHERIES - GLOBAL CHALLENGES FOR THE FUTURE by Kee-Chai Chong

8. BUILDING LEGITIMACY FOR SMART PARTNERSHIPS: FISHERIES CO-MANAGEMENT AND LEGITIMACY ISSUES by Sevaly Sen

9. TOWARDS COMMUNITY-BASED MANAGEMENT IN INSHORE COD FISHERIES: THE EXPERIENCE IN NEWFOUNDLAND, CANADA by Richard Cashin

10.THE QUEENSLAND FISHERIES: MANAGEMENT MODEL by Patrick Appleton

11.COMMUNITY INPUTS INTO FISHERIES RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: APPROACH OF THE QUEENSLAND DEPARTMENT OF PRIMARY INDUSTRIES AUSTRALIA by Peter Finglas

PRACTICAL COUNTRY EXPERIENCES FROM SOUTH EAST ASIA:pdf

12. COMMUNITY-BASED FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN PHANG-NGA BAY, ON THE ANDAMAN COAST OF THAILAND, by Jate Pimoljinda

13. CBFM: AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH TO FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN MALAYSIA by Kamaruzaman Haji Salim

14. CBFM IN EASTERN INDONESIA by Victor PH. Nikijuluw.

15. FISHING AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PARTNERSHIPS UNDERTAKEN BY PT USAHA MINA (PERSERO), INDONESIA by Soepanto & Victor PH. Nikijuluw

16. COMMUNITY-BASED FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN THE PHILIPPINES : AN OVERVIEW by Annadel S. Cabanban

PRACTICAL COUNTRY EXPERIENCES FROM SOUTH ASIA:pdf

17. FISHERIES AND FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN INDIA by G D Chandrapal

18. CBFM: SRI LANKA’S EXPERIENCE by M T K Nagodavithana

19. DEVELOPMENT OF AQUACULTURE AS AN INTEGRATED FISHING INDUSTRY IN SRI LANKA by Kusul Perera

20. PARTNERSHIPS FOR FISHERIES RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN THE MALDIVES by Jadullah Jameel, Director-General, Ministry of Fisheries & Agriculture

21. POVERTY ERADICATION AND SUSTAINABLE FISHERIES DEVELOPMENT IN COASTAL FISHING VILLAGES OF BANGLADESH by Md Serajuddin & Qaizi Mohammad Saif Rahman

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