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View the PDF document Community-based management of subsistence fisheries in Samoa
Author(s): King, M., Faasili, U., Mulipola, A.
Publisher: Fisheries Division. Ministry of Agriculture, Forests, Fisheries and Meteorology
Place: Apia (Samoa)
ASFA Keywords: Fisheries, Artisanal fishing
Country Collection: Samoa
Abstract: Many subsistence fishers in tropical regions live in discrete communities, which have a high level of marine awareness and some degree of control of adjacent waters. These factors provide an ideal basis on which to motivate communities to manage their own marine resources. A fisheries extension programme in Samoa encouraged each village community to define its key problems, discuss causes, propose solutions and take appropriate actions. Various village groups, including women’s and untitled men’s groups, provided information which was recorded (as problem/solution trees) on portable whiteboards. The extension process culminated in a community-owned Fisheries Management Plan, which listed the resource management and conservation undertakings of the community. Undertakings ranged from enforcing laws banning destructive fishing methods to protecting critical marine habitats. Of the first three years, the extension process commenced in 65 villages, of which 64 produced Village Fisheries Management Plans so far. A large number (54) of these villages chose to establish community-owned Marine Protected Areas.

View the PDF document Completion report on artisanal fisheries development project
Place: Nuku'alofa (Tonga)
Date: 1993
Notes: Attachment C - Fishing for bottomfish in Tonga by R.Gillett
ASFA Keywords: Artisanal fishing, Resource development, Boat Building, Fishing vessels
Country Collection: Tonga
Abstract: resource surveys by the FAO and SPC in the 1970s showed that favourable catches of deepwater snappers could be made in Tonga's outer reef slopes and seamounts. With the assistance of the regional FAO/UNDP programme a fisheries project to develop this fishery resource was formulated.

View the PDF document Economic appraisal of small scale fishing vessels used for the deep water artisanal fishery in east Sepik province
Author(s): Chapau, M.
Publisher: Department of Fisheries and Marine Resources
Place: Port Moresby
Date: 1991
Notes: Research report 91-02
ASFA Keywords: Artisanal fishing, Economic analysis, Evaluation, Fishing vessels
Country Collection: Papua New Guinea
Abstract: An economic appraisal of six small scale fishing vessels was conducted over period of 2 years in the East Sepik Province of Papua New Guinea. Comparisons were made between the fuel consumption and running costs of a locally made outrigger canoe, a plywood outrigger canoe, a Samoan type 'Alia' catamaran, a 'Sandskipper' catamaran and an aluminium dinghy

View the PDF document Economics of the Port Moresby Artisanal Reef Fishery
Author(s): lock, J. M.
Place: Port Moresby
Date: 1986
Notes: Report 86/4
ASFA Keywords: Artisanal fishing, Economic analysis, Fishery management, Reef fisheries
Country Collection: Papau New Guinea
Abstract: The report examines the economic of the thriving Port Moresby artisanal reef fishery, which produced an estimated 577 tonnes of fish in 1985

View the PDF document The enhanced capacity of the Samoa Fisheries Division to facilitate management of commercial and subsistence fisheries, incorporating a review of the Fishery Regulations (1996) : Final report of the fisheries advisers and counterparts
Author(s): Passfield, K., Bell, L., Mulipola, A., Solofa, A.
Publisher: GRM International Pty Ltd.
Place: Brisbane (Australia)
Date: 2001
Notes: Samoa Fisheries Progect, an AusAID-assisted project of the Fisheries Division, Ministry of Agricilture, Forests, Fisheries and Meteorology.
ASFA Keywords: Artisanal fishing, Commercial fishing
Country Collection: Samoa

View the PDF document Fiji Fisheries : Marine Resources Development Plan 9
ASFA Keywords: Marine resources, Fishery industry, Artisanal fishing, Aquaculture
Country Collection: Fiji

View the PDF document Management of village fisheries: Samoa's community-based management strategy
Author(s): King, M., Passfield, K., Ropeti, E.
Publisher: GRM International Pty Ltd.
Place: Brisbane (Australia)
Date: 2001
Notes: Samoa Fisheries Project. An AusAID-assisted project of the Fisheries Division. Ministry of Agriculture, Forests, Fisheries and Meteorology.
ASFA Keywords: Artisanal fishing, Fisheries
Country Collection: Samoa
Abstract: Recognising the difficulties involved in trying to manage remote fisheries from a central location, Samoa has adopted a community based approach to subsistence fishery management. A prime consideration was community ownership of this management...

View the PDF document Profile of village fisheries in Samoa
Author(s): Passfield, K., Mulipola, A., King, M.
Publisher: Fisheries Division. Ministry of Agriculture, Forests, Fisheries & Meteorology
Place: Apia (Samoa)
Date: 2001
ASFA Keywords: Artisanal fishing, Fisheries
Country Collection: Samoa
Abstract: A nationwide household fisheries survey was undertaken in October and Novembe, 2000, to collect subsistence fisheries data and to complete a profile on Samoan village fisheries. The survey covered 1092 households in 66 villages, 40 in Upolu and 26 in Savaii, i.e. a 20% coverage of villages and a 5% coverage of Samoa's households...

View the PDF document Small scale tuna fishing project
Author(s): Preston, G. L.
Publisher: Fiji Fisheries Division and the UNDP
ASFA Keywords: Tuna fisheries, Artisanal fishing, Marketing
Country Collection: Fiji

View the PDF document A socio-economic study of the artisinal fisheries in the delta of Gulf Province Papua
Author(s): Frielink, A. B.
Publisher: Fisheries Division, Department of Primary Industry, Planning, Economics and Marketing Branch
Place: Port Moresby
Date: 1983
ASFA Keywords: Artisanal fishing, Community fishing, Fisheries, Socio-economic aspects
Country Collection: Papua New Guinea
Abstract: The Delta of Gulf Province is a large estuarine area with a population of about 10,000. The area is one of the poorest in P.N.G., and there are few income opportunities. Food gathering and fishing are among the most important activities.

View the PDF document Special ordinary meeting between Fisheries Division and FAD fishermen at Lami, Suva
Author(s): Tuwai, I. L.
Place: Lami, Fiji
Date: 1996
ASFA Keywords: Artisanal fishing, Tuna fisheries
Country Collection: Fiji

View the PDF document Tonga's artisanal fisheries
Author(s): Leon, P., Zann, B.
Publisher: Institute of Marine Resources, The University of the South Pacific
Place: Suva (Fiji)
Date: 1981
ASFA Keywords: Artisanal fishing, Resource surveys, Energy resources
Abstract: This survey is part of a regional study of the small fishing craft and the artisanal fisheries of the South Pacific, and the effect of the energy crisis on the small-scale fisherman

View the PDF document Village Fisheries Extension Program: Information Sheet 1
Author(s): King, M., Sullivan, N. O.
Publisher: Fisheries Division. Ministry of Agriculture, Forests, Fisheries and Meteorology
Place: Apia (Samoa)
Date: 1996
ASFA Keywords: Fisheries, Artisanal fishing, Fishing villages
Country Collection: Samoa

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