By Pomeroy, R. S., Rivera-Guieb, R. (Eds.)
This guide describes the method of community-based fishery co-management from its starting, via implementation, to turnover to the group. It offers rules, tools, innovations, actions, checklists, examples, questions and signs for the making plans and implementation of a means of community-based co-management. It makes a speciality of small-scale fisheries (freshwater, floodplain, estuarine or marine) in constructing nations, yet is usually appropriate to small-scale fisheries in built nations and to the administration of alternative coastal assets (such as coral reefs, mangroves, sea grass and wetlands). This instruction manual is meant for source managers, practitioners, teachers and scholars of small-scale fisheries. The booklet has 14 chapters and an issue index. to be had In Print
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The community may not have the capacity to be an effective and equitable governing institution. 10. Actions by user groups outside the immediate community may undermine or destroy the management activities undertaken by the community. 11. Particular local resource characteristics, such as ﬁsh migratory patterns, may make it difﬁcult or impossible for the community to manage the resource. 12. The need to develop a consensus from a wide range of interests may lengthen the decision-making process and result in weaker, compromised measures.
Existing examples in Asia and the Paciﬁc have been documented over a wide discontinuous geographical range (Ruddle, 1994). Many of these systems play a valuable role in ﬁsheries management and will be useful into the future, locally and nationally. Traditional or customary co-management is a formal recognition of the informal systems as used, for example, in Vanuatu and Fiji. Co-management can serve as a mechanism to legally recognize and protect these traditional and customary systems and to specify authority and responsibility between the community and government.
The legal, political, institutional, economic and sociocultural feasibility need to be considered (Borrini-Feyerabend, 1996). A household census may be conducted to collect socio-economic data on the community to initially identify problems, needs and opportunities. Community integration of ﬁeld workers and community organizers can be a long process and requires those workers to have the skills, energy, commitment and personality to listen, share and work with the people of the community on an equal basis.