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Socio-economic investigations of Lake Kivu fisheries








Hanek, G., K. Leendertse, and B. Farhani, Socio-Economic Investigations of 1991 Lake Kivu Fisheries. UNDP/FAO Regional Project for Inland Fisheries Planning (IFIP), RAF/87/099-TD/23/91 (En):55 p.


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    The IFIP project started in January 1989 with the main objective of promoting a more effective and rational exploitation of the fisheries resources of major water bodies of Eastern, Central and Southern Africa. The project:is executed by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), and funded by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) for a duration of four years. There are eleven countries and three intergovernmental organisations participating in the project: Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Zambia, Zaire, Zimbabwe, The Communaute' Economique des Pays des Grands Lacs (CEPGL), The Preferential Trade Area for Eastern and Southern African States (PTA) and the Southern African Development Coordination Conference (SADCC). The immediate objectives of the project are: (i) to strengthen regional collaboration for the rational development and management of inland fisheries, particularly with respect to shared wat er bodies; (ii) to provide advisory services and assist Governments in sectoral and project planning; (iii) to strengthen technical capabilities through training; and (iv) to establish a regional information base. The present document consists of seven out of twelve papers which were presented at the Symposium on Socio-economic aspects of Lake Victoria Fisheries or prepared for the Symposium by Tanzanian researchers who due to unforeseen circumstances could not attend. The Symposium was held in Kisumu, Kenya from 25 to 27 april 1990. It was sponsored by the UNDP/FAO Inland Fisheries Planning (IFIP) project and organized in the interval of time seperating the Fifth and the Sixth Session of the CIFA Sub-committee for Lake Victoria. The papers presented here are unedited and therefore do not imply the expression of any responsibility for the contents nor any opinion on the part of IFIP.
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    The IFIP project started in January 1989 with the main objective of promoting a more effective and rational exploitation of the fisheries resources of major water bodies of Eastern, Central and Southern Africa. The project is executed by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), and funded by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) for a duration of four years.There are eleven countries and three intergovernmental organisations participating in the project: B urundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Zambia, Zaire, Zimbabwe, The Communaute' Economique des Pays des Grands Lacs (CEPGL), The Preferential Trade Area for Eastern and Southern African States (PTA) and the Southern African Development Coordination Conference (SADCC). The immediate objectives of the project are: (i) to strengthen regional collaboration for the rational development and management of inland fisheries, particularly with respect to shared wate r bodies; (ii) to provide advisory services and assist Governments in sectoral and project planning; (iii) to strengthen technical capabilities through training; and (iv) to establish a regional information base. The present document consists of five out of twelve papers which were presented at the Symposium on Socio-economic aspects of Lake Victoria Fisheries or prepared for the Symposium by Tanzanian researchers who due to unforeseen circumstances could not attend. The Symposium was held i n Kisumu, Kenya from 25 to 27 april 1990. It was sponsored by the UNDP/FAO Inland Fisheries Planning (IFIP) project and organized in the interval of time separating the Fifth and the Sixth Session of the CIFA Sub-committee for ILake Victoria. The papers presented here are unedited and therefore do not imply the expression of any responsibility for the contents nor any opinion on the part of IFIP. This is the third publication following from the Symposium. After the report of the Symposiu m (TD/10/90), the other papers presented at or prepared for the Symposium have been issued in Volume 1
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    Report of the second technical consultation on the management of the fisheries of lakes Edwards and Mobutu (Kinshasa, 27-29 May 1991) Zaire 1991
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