Impact of the Community-Based Fisheries Management on sustainable use of inland fisheries in Bangladesh
Research showed that fish production, abundance and biodiversity were significantly higher in CBFM project sites compared to control water bodies. Performance indicators also suggested that fisher-managed approach yielded the greatest benefits, followed by community-managed and women-managed approaches.
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