An analysis of livelihood projects and programs for fishing communities in the Philippines

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Type: Journal Article
Year of publication: 2017
Date published: 07/2017
Authors: Robert Pomeroy, Alice Ferrer, Joey Pedrajas
Journal title: Marine Policy
Volume: 81
Pages: 250 - 255
ISSN: 0308597X

Over the last 30 years, a range of different livelihoods have been provided and implemented in fishing and coastal communities in the Philippine with mixed success and sustainability by the fisher and household. This paper reports on an analysis of livelihood projects for fishing communities and households implemented in the Philippines and the identification of lessons learned and factors which can lead to an improved success and sustainability rate for livelihood projects and programs. The analysis identified primary factors that are critical to improving the success and sustainability rate of livelihood interventions.

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