Both fisheries and seaweed farming are important livelihoods for local
communities. Therefore, it is critical to promote cooperation among
resource users, to reduce conflicts, and to establish guidelines for
participatory planning among seaweed farmers and fisherfolks.

Participatory water access planning for seaweed farms

Both fisheries and seaweed farming are important livelihoods for local communities. Therefore, it is critical to promote cooperation among resource users, to reduce conflicts, and to establish guidelines for participatory planning among seaweed farmers and fisherfolks.

diagram Tanzania Zanzibar artisanal subsistence aquaculture Africa Indian Ocean management resource livelihood

Author(s)Jane Hawkey
Author CompanyIntegration and Application Network
Date Created2010-10-01
AlbumHuman > Aquaculture
TypeGraphic
Dimensions1000 x 760
Filesize206 kB
Number of Downloads70
Filetype(s) PNG
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Required AttributionJane Hawkey, Integration and Application Network (ian.umces.edu/media-library)