Posts tagged Community Fisheries
The Places We Serve, The People We Meet

Published on World Water Day,  The Learning Institute released this video, which shows the intimate relationship between fishing communities and the Tonle Sap lake in Cambodia. The Learning Institute works to support the sustainability of fisheries in this community through Community Fisheries groups.

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Bak Amrek Doun-En: A Community Fishery that challenges traditional gender roles

Through the SEAFDEC-funded Strengthening Community Fisheries (CFi’s) Management and Livelihood Diversification in Cambodia project, The Learning Institute has helped community fisheries integrate a gender perspective and through the support provided, the Bak Amrek-Doun En CFi is now a great example of gender equality in action. 

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Life On The Tonle Sap: Effects Of The Changing Environment

Many of the communities around the Tonle Sap are reliant on fishing and determined that this will see them through while others have made the choice to migrate to land. Still, there are those who foresee the inevitable and have taken to changing their situation against all odds. These are their stories. 

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Women In Community Fisheries

The importance of the role of women in fishing communities and fisheries management is a key factor that has not been documented enough. In both conservation efforts and in the negotiating and educating of illegal fishers, their efforts have been exceptional proving that for the success of Community Fisheries in Cambodia, the role of the women cannot be disregarded.  

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