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Value chain analysis of Lake Malawi fish: a case study of Oreochromis spp (Chambo)
(Center for Promoting Ideas (CPI), 2013)
Chambo has potential of improving fishers’ socio-economic status in Malawi. The paper examines Chambo value chain whose findings will improve fish marketing by actors along the chain. Quantitative value chain analysis used, ...
An institutional approach for developing South African inland freshwater fisheries for improved food security and rural livelihoods
(Water Research Commission, 2014)
South Africa has over 4 700 storage dams, about 700 of which are owned and controlled by Government. Public dams were primarily constructed for domestic, irrigation and industrial water supply. Over time secondary uses for ...
Between a rock and a hard place: the need for and challenges to implementation of Rights Based Fisheries Management in small-scale fisheries of Southern Lake Malawi
There has been a decline in commercially valuable fish species, especially the Chambo (Oreochromis spp.), in southern Lake Malawi. Although there might be lack of reliable and scientifically backed evidence, most experts ...
A typology of fisheries management tools: using experience to catalyse greater success
(John Wiley & Sons, 2016)
Fisheries provide nutrition and livelihoods for coastal populations, but many fisheries are fully or over-exploited and we lack an approach for analysing which factors affect management tool performance. We conducted a ...
Fragmented participation in management of the fishery for small pelagic fish in South Africa – inclusion of small-rights holders is a complex matter
(NISC (Pty) Ltd (National Inquiry Services Centre), 2014)
The reasons why most small-rights holders do not participate in management of the fishery for small pelagic fish (‘small pelagics’) in South Africa, despite legislation and policy encouraging their participation, were ...
Efficacy of rights-based management of small pelagic fish within an ecosystems approach to fisheries in South Africa
(Taylor & Francis, 2013)
South Africa’s small pelagics fishery is moving towards a management strategy using an ecosystem approach to fisheries (EAF), with rights-based management (RBM) as the key rights allocation system. While EAF strives to ...