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policy for development of aquaculture in Jamaica

policy for development of aquaculture in Jamaica

report of a government of Jamaica/ADCP study group, January-February 1983

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Published by United Nations Development Programme, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in [Rome?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aquaculture -- Jamaica -- Planning.,
  • Fisheries -- Jamaica -- Planning.,
  • Fish-culture -- Jamaica -- Planning.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Althea Cooper et al.]
    ContributionsCooper, Althea., Aquaculture Development and Coordination Programme., United Nations Development Programme., Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Technical Cooperation Programme.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 115 p. :
    Number of Pages115
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15527662M

    Aquaculture can, however, cause unwanted societal effects when it produces boom and bust cycles or otherwise collapses, for example, due to disease outbreaks, food safety recalls, or natural disasters. Equally rapid commercial aquaculture development can impact more traditional societies by, for example, leading to increased levels of debt. commercially viable aquaculture across species and in volume. In , China alone produced 62% of global aquaculture output, while Asia accounted for 88%. The World Bank developed a scenario analysis in their report Fish to () predicting that aquaculture will continue to fill the supply-demand gap, and.

    Strategic assessment of the aquaculture potential in Haiti Aquaculture land and water use development plan for Jamaica Aquaculture development strategy for St. Kitts and Nevis Fisheries and aquaculture policy Dominica Grenada, and St. Vincent & the Grenadines Support to formulate a fisheries and aquaculture policy.   1) The vicious circle of poverty The vicious circle of poverty refers to a self-reinforcing situation whereby certain factors exist that tend to perpetuate an undesirable phenomenon. In developing countries, the vicious circle of poverty can be viewed on both the demand side and supply side. The demand side implies the low levels of income lead to low levels of demand which in turn lead to low.

    priorities, as policy makers often do not have ac-cess to data which reflect the importance of fisher-ies and aquaculture to development. Appropriate policies and regulation remain important, how-ever, both in managing capture fisheries and en-suring that aquaculture development is pro-poor and sustainable. Fisheries, aquaculture and development. AQUACULTURE PROJECT PROPOSAL-SOLWEZI DISTRICT, ZAMBIA This project is the outcome of a group efforts to whom credit and technical responsibility go. This project is based on an assignment which was given to course participants and supervised by Dr. Abdel Rahman El Gamal as a part of “Fish Culture Development” Training.


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