Fourth Fisheries Project In Bangladesh an Integrated Project Analysis
AbstractThe Fourth Fisheries project in Bangladesh has been developed as part of the comprehensive fisheries policy implemented by the Government of Bangladesh. The project hopes to generate economic benefits while being financially sustainable. The fishermen stand to gain considerably as they can reap the benefits of the increase in yield generated by evaluate the project. This study conducts an integrated investment appraisal of this initiative that appraisal the project from the financial, economic, and stakeholder perspectives.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by JDI Executive Programs in its series Development Discussion Papers with number 1998-08.
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fishers; shrimp aquaculture; Bangladesh; Integrated Appraisal;
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