Information Documents - BOBP/INF/15
BOBP Third Phase Publications (1994 - 2000)
Executing Agency: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Funding Agency: SWEDISH INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
Development of Small-Scale Fisheries in the Bay of Bengal Chennai, India; 2000
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This publication catalogues and summarizes the print, audio-visual and electronic literature generated by the Third Phase (1994-2000) of the Bay of Bengal Programme(BOBP).
The print literature includes technical publications in the form of reports, mimeos and manuals, 18 issues of the quarterly pictorial newsletter Bay of Bengal News, as well as comic books, posters and calendars. As for audiovisual media, the BOBP produced a few video films during the Third Phase.
Electronic literature refers to a significant work, a pair of CD-ROMs that archive all the publications of BOBP (during all three phases from 1979 to 2000, not just the Third Phase); the CD-ROMS are eagerly awaited by fisheries officials, scientists and libraries from far and near. buring the fisheries management-oriented Third Phase, the BOBP continued its pro-active role in generating and disseminating information. Our publications have been sent to a large number of fisheries officials and scientists as well as institutions within and outside the region. We hope these materials helped in a small way to raise awareness and stimulate action concerning fisheries management, not only in the Bay of Bengal region but elsewhere too.
The BOBP enters upon 2001 seeking to establish an Inter-Government Organization (IGO) that will continue to provide technical, management and information services for fisheries development and management in the Bay of Bengal region.
69 ISSUES OF BAY OF BENGAL NEWS (1980 - 2000)
MANUALS AND GUIDES
MISCELLANEOUS AWARENESS MATERIALS ON FISHERIES MANAGEMENT
Posters & Post cards
Publications supported by BOBP
CD-ROM on BOBP