Women in fishing communities

Guidelines
A special target group of development projects

Women in fishing communities

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS

Rome, 1988

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Reprinted 1989, 2004

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Bibliographic reference:

Haque, F.; Tietze, U. Women in fishing communities. A special target group of development projects. Guidelines. Rome, FAO. 1988. 63p.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS


WOMEN IN FISHING COMMUNITIES - GUIDELINESpdf

PREFACE

PURPOSE, STRUCTURE AND APPLICATION OF GUIDELINES

POLICY OBJECTIVES AND PRINCIPLES

Rural and fisheries development
Women in fisheries development

PROJECT/PROGRAMME ACTIVITIES INVOLVING WOMEN

Economic activities
Community activities and social services
Organizational, technical and financial support
Household food security
Population activities
Impact of new technologies and economic and social structures on the role of women

CHECKLISTSpdf

UNIT 1. Summary checklist
UNIT 2. Fish production
UNIT 3. Fish processing
UNIT 4. Fish marketing
UNIT 5. Non-fisheries activities
UNIT 6. Community activities and social services
UNIT 7. Organizational, technical, and financial support
UNIT 8. Household food security
UNIT 9. Population activities
UNIT 10. Impact of new technologies and economic and social structures

ANNEXESpdf

ANNEX I. Basic features of women's involvement in fisheries in developing countries
ANNEX II. Guidelines and checklists for non-fisheries activities

BACKCOVERpdf