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Collaborative Management for a Sustainable Fisheries Future (COMFISH)

COMFISH promoted sustainable fisheries co-management and supported the government of Senegal’s efforts to reform its fisheries sector.

The Collaborative Management for a Sustainable Fisheries Future (COMFISH) in Senegal was a five-year project that began in 2011. The initiative was supported by the U.S. Agency for International Development, Senegal and was implemented by the Coastal Resources Center with local government, NGO and private sector partners, as well as fisheries stakeholders. The project goals were to promote sustainable fisheries co-management and to support the government of Senegal’s efforts to achieve reform of its fisheries sector as delineated in the Fisheries and Aquaculture Sector Policy Letter of 2008.

Collaborative Management for a Sustainable Fisheries Future (COMFISH)
Image credit: URI Coastal Resources Center
Timeframe: Oct. 01, 2011 - Sep. 30, 2016
Project Status: Completed
Contact: Jim Tobey
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Thematic Focus: Governance and Management
Geographic Areas: West Africa
Activity Type: Project
 
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