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Publication Code: 
FS2017 Lao PDR Policy Brief
Date Released: 
04/04/2017
ISBN: 
978 1 925436 98 3
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The freshwater fisheries in Lao PDR are economically significant, being important for livelihoods and food security.
This policy brief sets out key actions that could substantially benefit both fishers, farmers and communities if implemented in a strategic manner.

Publication Code: 
FS2017 Lao PDR Policy Brief
Date Released: 
04/04/2017
ISBN: 
978 1 925436 98 3
Author(s): 

The freshwater fisheries in Lao PDR are economically significant, being important for livelihoods and food security.
This policy brief sets out key actions that could substantially benefit both fishers, farmers and communities if implemented in a strategic manner.

Publication Code: 
PB01
Date Released: 
13/02/2017
ISBN: 
978 1 925436 98 3

ACIAR POLICY BRIEF: SUSTAINABLE FISHERIES AND IRRIGATION EXPANSION IN LAO PDR
The policy brief summarizes findings, outcomes and recommendations from several research projects

Publication Code: 
FS2016-FIS/2010/058
Date Released: 
21/12/2016
ISBN: 
Author(s): 
Publication Code: 
FS2016-FIS/2010/100
Date Released: 
21/12/2016
ISBN: 
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FS2016-MFP Aquaculture
Date Released: 
13/12/2016
ISBN: 
Author(s): 

This brief presents options for enhancing the contributions that aquaculture can make to inclusive growth, rural development and food security. It provides information about:
1.
The status and significance of Myanmar’s aquaculture; and
2.
Options for unlocking the huge potential of aquaculture to raise rural incomes, create jobs and support national food security.

Publication Code: 
FS2016-MFP Inshore fishing
Date Released: 
13/12/2016

The aim of this brief is to inform policy makers at the Union and State/Regional level about:

1.
The importance of inshore fisheries;
2.
The threats that fishing communities face; and
3.
Options for improving management of this sub-sector.

Publication Code: 
FS2016 - MFP Offshore fishing
Date Released: 
13/12/2016
ISBN: 
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This brief presents an overview of issues affecting offshore fisheries in Myanmar. It describes:
1.The need for improved marine governance and partnerships to rebuild offshore fish stocks;
2.The social and economic value of a sustainably managed offshore fishery for the people of Myanmar;
3.Opportunities to strengthen laws and institutional capacities for sustainable management of fisheries.

Publication Code: 
FS2016 - MFP
Date Released: 
13/12/2016

Brief- overview

The Myanmar Fishery Partnership (MFP) is an initiative to assist the Myanmar government in strengthening effective collaboration for the sustainable
development of Myanmar’s fisheries and aquaculture sector.
 

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