Marine Resource Governance in the Eastern Caribbean - CLME+ HUB

MarGov    Marine Resource Governance in the Eastern Caribbean

Brief Description:
To understand marine resource governance related to small-scale fisheries and coastal management in the eastern Caribbean using complex adaptive system (CAS) and social-ecological system (SES) concepts.

Comprender la gobernanza de los recursos marinos relacionada con la pesca a peque帽a escala y el manejo costero en el Caribe oriental utilizando conceptos de sistema adaptativo complejo y sistema socioecol贸gico.
Lead Organization : CANARI
Donor: International Development Research Centre (IDRC) 鈥 Rural Poverty and Environment Program - Canada
Project ID: 103946
Geographic Scope: Multicountry (regional)
Project Status: Completed
   Last Update: 28/10/2020

Start Date: 2007-03-01
End Date: 2012-02-29
Official Project Document: IDL-50306.pdf
Project Profile Manager: Patrick McConney
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Partners: CANARI, Grenada FA), Sustainable Grenadines Project, Caribbean Network of Fisherfolk Organisations, Department of Fisheries, St. Lucia, Department of Marine Resources, St. Kitts and Nevis
Grant (USD): $424,000.00
Total co-financing (USD):
(Co) financing not originating from GEF:
Participating Country(s):
 Grenada  Saint Kitts and Nevis  Saint Lucia  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
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