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Reflecting on four years of community-based fisheries management development in Vanuatu

Journal Article


Abstract


  • Since 2017, the Vanuatu Department of Fisheries (VFD) has been collaborating with partners to implement its component of a regional project to strengthen community-based fisheries management (CBFM). Known as the Pathways Project (hereafter referred to as the project), its overall aim is to improve the wellbeing of men, women and children in coastal communities

    through more productive and resilient fisheries, and better food and nutrition security. This four-year project is

    the second in a series of investments into strengthening CBFM in Kiribati, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.4 It is led by the University of Wollongong (UoW) in Australia in collaboration with the Pacific Community (SPC), WorldFish and respective national fisheries agencies.

Publication Date


  • 2021

Publisher


Citation


  • Gereva, S., Steenbergen, D., Neihapi, P., Ephraim, R., Malverus, V., Sami, A., & Koran, D. (2021). Reflecting on four years of community-based fisheries management development in Vanuatu. SPC Fisheries Newsletter, 165(May-August), 55-67. Retrieved from https://www.spc.int/

Web Of Science Accession Number


Start Page


  • 55

End Page


  • 67

Volume


  • 165

Issue


  • May-August

Place Of Publication


  • Noumea

Abstract


  • Since 2017, the Vanuatu Department of Fisheries (VFD) has been collaborating with partners to implement its component of a regional project to strengthen community-based fisheries management (CBFM). Known as the Pathways Project (hereafter referred to as the project), its overall aim is to improve the wellbeing of men, women and children in coastal communities

    through more productive and resilient fisheries, and better food and nutrition security. This four-year project is

    the second in a series of investments into strengthening CBFM in Kiribati, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.4 It is led by the University of Wollongong (UoW) in Australia in collaboration with the Pacific Community (SPC), WorldFish and respective national fisheries agencies.

Publication Date


  • 2021

Publisher


Citation


  • Gereva, S., Steenbergen, D., Neihapi, P., Ephraim, R., Malverus, V., Sami, A., & Koran, D. (2021). Reflecting on four years of community-based fisheries management development in Vanuatu. SPC Fisheries Newsletter, 165(May-August), 55-67. Retrieved from https://www.spc.int/

Web Of Science Accession Number


Start Page


  • 55

End Page


  • 67

Volume


  • 165

Issue


  • May-August

Place Of Publication


  • Noumea