Inland fisheries co-management in East Africa
The importance of inland fisheries resources to the East Africa Community Partner States of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda is highlighted. Efforts and achievements to improve utilisation and management of fisheries resources for lasting social and economic benefits in the region are examined. Experiences from two projects, the Integrated Lake Management project in Uganda and the on-going implementation of a Fisheries Management Plan project on Lake Victoria are examined. Key achievements are examined and lessons learned for within and beyond the region are identified.
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