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SEARCA ARD 2008 2: Poverty Reduction Through Sustainable Fisheries: Emerging Policy and Governance Issues in Southeast Asia

Agriculture has traditionally been associated with the utilizationof land-based resources. However, large segments of the rural poor in Southeast Asia are dependent on living aquatic resources, whether as consumers; fishers in coastal and inland waters, or fish farmers. Policy research has only recently begun to renew its focus on fisheries, leaving a host of policy issues related to poverty reduction and sustainability relatively unexplored.

Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture
Authors Keywords
Roehlano M. Briones; Arnulfo G. Garcia; poverty reduction; Philippine aquaculture; coastal marine resources; seafood supply chain; aquatic resource management; sustainable fisheries;
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