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Nile perch and the hungry of Lake Victoria: Gender, status and food in an East African fishery
Abstract Lake Victoria supports Africa’s largest inland fishery, and its most valuable product is the Nile perch, much of which is exported. This has given rise to arguments claiming a direct linearExpand
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The survey of Lake Victoria's fishers
The findings are presented of a survey conducted regarding the fishers of Lake Victoria, which examined the relationships affecting supply flows of raw material on to the market, and also theExpand
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Unsustainable Tendencies and the Fisheries of Lake Victoria
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SEDAWOG, 2000. Fisheries co-management options at Kiumba Beach: a participatory pilot study
This report represents the key output of a training workshop hosted by Lake Victoria Fisheries Research Project (LVFRP) for researchers from each of the riparian countries fisheries researchExpand
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Economic impacts of globalisation at the district, landing site and sub-sector enterprise levels on Lakes Kyoga, Albert and Victoria
The Globalisation and fish utilisation and marketing study is a collaboration between the Fisheries Resources Research Institute (FIRRI) and the Mike Dillon Associates Limited , with funding from theExpand
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The 4-beaches survey in Uganda: Nkombe Beach
This paper analyses the location, potentialities and set-backs of Nkombe Beach, the landing site chosen in Uganda for the 4-beaches survey.
The potential for co-management in fisheries
Concerns have been raised over the sustainability of the fisheries resource base of Lake Victoria for some time. The draft National Fisheries Policy states: "The key issues in the fisheries sectorExpand
Methodologies of the 4-beaches Survey and Stakeholder Workshops
As it is clearly indicated in the title of this book section, it overviews the methodologies used in the 4-beaches Survey and in the various Stakeholders' Workshops held in all the three riparianExpand
The nutritional status of fishing and non-fishing communities of Lake Victoria basin
We examined socio-economic variables that contribute to malnutrition in selected communities in the Lake Victoria basin during 2001. The study was carried out in nine districts and hinterlandExpand
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Socio-economic processes on Lake Kyoga: potentials for participatory management and poverty eradication
The purpose of this paper is to review selected socio-economic aspects of the Kyoga basin lakes with a view to assessing, the potehtials within the fishing communities for participatory managementExpand