Seafarming and community development in the Philippines
- Global styles
- Elsevier - Harvard
MetadataPerlihat publikasi penuh
This paper provides information on the seafarming activities in the Philippines, which includes milkfish, seabass and grouper cage and pen culture. It also provides some other seafarming alternatives including mud crab, seaweed, mussels and oysters. The paper gives information on community-based coastal resource management as a strategy for community development. The Philippines Government Fishery Resources Management project was outlined. The problems and issues associated with seafarming in the Philippines are described.
Agbayani, R. F. (2002). Seafarming and community development in the Philippines. In Report of the Regional Workshop on Sustainable Seafarming and Grouper Aquaculture, Medan, Indonesia, 17-20 April 2000. Collaborative APEC Grouper Research and Development Network (FWG 01/99) (pp. 177-186). Bangkok, Thailand: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific.
- Conference Proceedings 
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Institutional capacity development for sustainable aquaculture and fisheries: Strategic partnership with local institutions Agbayani, Renato F.; Toledo, Joebert D. (Terrapub, 2008)Many people living in the rural areas in the Philippines, as in other developing countries in Southeast Asia, depend on aquatic resources for their food and livelihood. For the past two decades, the Aquaculture Department ...
Basis for a blue revolution? Miravite, Quiterio F. (International Development Research Centre, 1979)In 1977, scientists at the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Centre (SEAFDEC) in the Philippines became the first anywhere to succeed in breeding milkfish (Chanos chanos) in captivity. The advance was made possible by ...
Community-based Fishery Resources Management Project in Malalison Island: Institutional arrangements for fisheries co-management Agbayani, Renato F.; Babol, Alessandro S. (Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2001)The paper discusses the monitoring mechanism of the SEAFDEC/AQD Community-based Fisheries Resources Management (CFRM) Project at Malalison Island in west central Philippines. The objective of the project was to learn from ...