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Community response: decline of the Chambo in Lake Malawi's Southeast arm
Small-scale fisheries are a major source of food and employment around the world. Yet, many small-scale fishers work in conditions that are neither safe nor secure. Millions of them are poor, and often they are socially ...
Small-scale fisheries governance and understanding the snoek (Thyrsites atun) supply chain in the Ocean View fishing community, Western Cape, South Africa
(Resilience Alliance, 2013)
Postapartheid fisheries reform in South Africa, through the Marine Living Resources Act (MLRA) 18 of 1998, used individual transferable quotas (ITQs) to broaden resource access through allocating quotas to new entrants, ...
Multi-stakeholder process of co-designing small-scale fisheries policy in South Africa.
(Springer Verlag, 2016)
In 2005, a group of researchers, community-based organizations and lawyers got together with small-scale fishers to launch a class action law suit against the government of South Africa in its allocation system of Individual ...
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 ...
Towards support for development of guidelines for voluntary guidelines for small-scale fisheries: Malawi process
• Malawi used as case to support development of the guidelines • One of a number of cases worldwide