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Title: Niger: Bringing Fishing Communities Out of Poverty
Authors: Talatou, H.
Soumana, A.
ASFA Terms: Sustainable fishing
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: FAO
Citation: Sustainable fisheries Livelihoods Programme. Bulletin 13. 4 p.
Abstract: The fisheries sector in Niger is an important component of rural development. Its contribution to the national economy and poverty alleviation is significant. However, the sector is still either marginalised or ignored when development and poverty alleviation policies are drawn up and other public policies implemented. In the run-up to the National Partners’ Forum on the Poverty Reduction Strategy, a national discussion workshop on fisheries was felt to be an urgent need so the Niger National Coordination Unit organized one at the beginning of June 2003.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/919
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