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The study describes the experiences of Kompong Phluk, a Khmer community that has been attempting to protect its flood forests and fishing grounds for the past fifty years. The authors examine how the community, assisted by an FAO project, has developed a resource management organization, formulated rules and regulations, sought government approval, and designed a comprehensive resource management plan. The report also details challenges they have faced in the process. The report begins with a brief description of the history of the Tonle Sap, its biophysical setting, and traditional resource use practices. It then discusses how the community has moved to formalize indigenous forest management systems by building on national policy reforms that are shifting authority for commercial fishing grounds around the Great Lake from private sector control to community management. This report describes how these activities were implemented in Kompong Phluk, and their prospects for further extension around the Great Lake and Tonle Sap River.

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Data Resource Preview - Flood Forests, Fish, and Fishing Villages Tonle Sap, Cambodia

Thông tin khác

Miền Giá trị
Loại tài liệu Reports, journal articles, and research papers (including theses and dissertations)
Ngôn ngữ
  • Tiếng Anh
Chủ đề
  • Community fisheries
  • Decentralization and deconcentration
  • Fishing policy and administration
  • Rivers and lakes
  • Water resources
Vùng địa lý (phạm vi không gian)
  • Campuchia
Bản quyền No
Phiên bản/Lần xuất bản 1.0
Giấy phép unspecified
Liên hệ

Asia Forest Network Email: afn@asiaforestnetwork.org www.asiaforestnetwork.org

Tác giả (cá nhân) Evans, Patrick T.
Đồng tác giả (cá nhân) Marschke, Melissa; Paudyal, Kiran
Số ISBN 9719314419
Nơi xuất bản Bohol, Philippines
Nhà xuất bản Asia Forest Network; FAO
Ngày xuất bản 2004
Đánh số trang 50 p.
Chú ý

color illustrations,maps,tables. Includes bibliographic references

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