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close this bookWorkshop on Integrated Reef Resources Management in the Maldives - Bay of Bengal Programme (1997)
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View the documentRECOMMENDATIONS OF THE INTEGRATED REEF RESOURCES MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
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Malé, Maldives
16-20 March, 1996

Editors:

Donna J. Nickerson
Coastal Zone Management Adviser, Bay of Bengal Programme
and
Maizan Hassan Maniku
Director-General of Fisheries Research and Development
Government of Maldives

BAY OF BENGAL PROGRAMME
Madras, India
1997

BOBP/REP/76

NOTICE OF COPYRIGHT

The copyright in this publication is vested in the Bay of Bengal Programme, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. This publication may not be reproduced, in whole or in part, by any method or process, without written permission from the copyright holder. Applications for such permission with a statement of the purpose and extent of the reproduction desired should be made through and addressed to the Bay of Bengal Programme, 91, St. Mary’s Road, Abhiramapuram, Madras 600 018, India. This document is the report of a national workshop on Integrated Reef Resources Management in the Maldives. It was held in Malé, Maldives from 16 March to 20 March, 1996. The document contains the recommendations of the workshop, as well as technical papers presented. The workshop was sponsored jointly by the Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture, Government of Maldives, and the FAO’s Bay of Bengal Programme (BOBP). It was attended by 26 delegates from various departments and ministries in the Maldives plus 20 observers and 30 students. Ms. Sana Mohamed was the Technical Secretary. Half a dozen international experts served as resource persons. The Bay of Bengal Programme (BOBP) is a multiagency regional fisheries programme which covers seven countries around the Bay of Bengal -Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Malayasia, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Thailand. The Programme plays a catalytic and consulative role in developing coastal fisheries management in the Bay of Bengal to help improve the conditions of small-scale fisherfolk in member-countries. The BOBP is sponsored by the governments of Denmark and Japan. The executing agency is the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations).

September 1997

Published by the Bay of Bengal Programme, 91 St. Mary’s Road, Abhiramapuram, Madras 600 018, India.