Report of the first meeting of the roundtable consultative group on HIV/AIDS in Luapula fisheries, Zambia
The WorldFish Center organized a roundtable meeting in Mansa, Zambia to provide to provide an opportunity for a wide range of agencies to exchange their knowledge and experiences of working with fishing communities and fish traders in Luapula Province. A total of 28 people participated, from government, NGOs and civil society, 6 of whom traveled from Lusaka. Objectives of the roundtable meeting were 1) To get an overview of agencies and their activities relating to fishing communities in Luapula province; 2) To discuss issues related to health, HIV/AIDS and social development affecting fishing communities in Luapula province; 3) To identify challenges in supporting fishing communities; 4) To discuss areas of potential collaboration in 2009 and beyond.
|This book is provided by The WorldFish Center in its series Working Papers with number 38684 and published in 2009.|
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