Published: 08 September 2021
Last edited: 08 September 2021

Though the project focus was on the fishing industry we recognized that the women and other community members are involved in other economic activities and mainly riz-agriculture. This meant that they have additional economic activities that needed to be taken into account. Recognizing these additional economic activities generated more interest towards our project. For example instead of organizing meetings based on the fishing activity we organized them taking into account the time they spent in their farms. When needed we met them in their farms and participated in their farming activities. 


Alliance and partnership development
Co-management building
Communication, outreach and awareness building
Education, training and other capacity development activities
Evaluation, effectiveness measures and learning
Scale of implementation
Phase of solution

Enabling factors

1. A good understanding of riz culture or other economic activities is needed. 

2. Put into place a mechanism for solving problems in the other economic activities

3. Ensure a member of your staff is available all the time for consultations with them

Lessons learned

1. Projects succeed when all needs of community members are taken under consideration. Needs assessment at the beginning is extremely important.

2. Your team must be composed of experts in different fields as identified in the needs assessment

3. Cooperation from responsible national authorities is important for success of a project


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