WorldFish Bangladesh Research Communications Advice

2006; Bangladesh; WorldFish Bangladesh Centre

Itad was contracted by WorldFish Bangladesh to assist in producing a robust scientific evidence base to demonstrate that biologically, socially and economically community based fisheries management works through research communications advice.

Community-Based Fisheries Management Project-Phase II (CBFM2) is an action research project that aims to influence the Government of Bangladesh’s policy process for floodplain fisheries in favour of pro-poor sustainable management approaches.This input will produce two policy briefs on the livelihood impacts of the approach. This entails a comprehensive review of the research findings to date, advice on further analyses required to develop the evidence base, and converting the findings into an appropriate format and language to inform the policy debate at PRSP level.

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For more information please contact:

Julian Barr
T: +44 (0) 1273 765250