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Cape Verde : Fisheries Sector Strategy Assessment

ABUNDANCE ESTIMATES ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT AGRICULTURAL LAND ARTISANAL FISHERIES ARTISANAL FISHING BAITFISH BEACH BEACH SEINE FISHERY BIGEYE TUNA BILLFISH BIODIVERSITY BIOMASS BIOSPHERE RESERVES CATCH MONITORING CATCH PER UNIT EFFORT CATCH RATE CATCH RATES CATCHING FISH CENTRAL PLANNING CHLOROPHYLL CHLOROPHYLL CONCENTRATION COAST COASTAL AREAS COASTAL ECOSYSTEM COASTAL FISHING COASTAL WATERS COASTS COMMERCIAL FISHING CONTINENTAL SHELF CONTINENTAL SHELVES CORAL CORAL REEFS DIVING DIVISION OF LABOR ECONOMIC ANALYSIS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EELS EFFECTIVE USE ENVIRONMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION EXPENDITURES EXPLOITATION EXPLORATORY FISHING FISH FISH LANDINGS FISH PROCESSING FISH PROCESSING PLANTS FISH PRODUCTION FISH PRODUCTS FISH QUALITY FISH RESOURCES FISH STOCKS FISHERIES FISHERIES ACTIVITIES FISHERIES DEVELOPMENT FISHERIES MANAGEMENT FISHERIES MANAGEMENT PLAN FISHERIES PRODUCTION FISHERIES RESOURCES FISHERIES SECTOR FISHERIES STRATEGY FISHERMAN FISHERMEN FISHERY FISHING FISHING CAPACITY FISHING EFFORT FISHING FLEET FISHING FLEETS FISHING GEAR FISHING GROUNDS FISHING MORTALITY FISHING PORT FISHING TECHNOLOGY FISHING VESSELS FLEET FOOD SECURITY FOOD SUPPLIES FORAGE FISH FRESH FISH HABITAT ILLEGAL FISHING INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES ISLAND LANDING LANDINGS LOBSTER FISHERIES LOBSTERS MACKEREL MARINE ECOSYSTEM MARINE ENVIRONMENT MARINE HABITATS MARINE PROTECTED AREAS MARINE RESOURCE MARINE SCIENCE MARKET FACTORS MAXIMUM SUSTAINABLE YIELD MSY NATURAL DISASTERS NATURAL RESOURCES NATURE NODULES NUTRIENTS PELAGIC FISHERIES POLICY DECISIONS PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE PREDATORS PRODUCTION COSTS PUBLIC FUNCTIONS PUBLIC GOVERNANCE PURSE SEINE FISHERY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT RURAL AREAS RURAL DEVELOPMENT SALTING SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH SEA SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE SHARK SHARKS SHELLS SHORE SPECIES SPECIES COMPOSITION SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SUSTAINABLE FISHING SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT SUSTAINABLE USE SUSTAINABLE USE OF FISHERIES RESOURCES SWORDFISH TARGET SPECIES TERRITORIAL WATERS TUNA TUNA FISHERIES TUNAS UPWELLING WATER TEMPERATURE WHALE WHALE WATCHING WILDLIFE
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Washington, DC
Africa | Cape Verde
2012-06-14T17:09:22Z | 2012-06-14T17:09:22Z | 2008-02

This report is the result of a technical and economic assessment of the fisheries sector in Cape Verde. While originally focusing particularly on the long-term development and governance strategy of the sector, the authors, faced with the increasingly apparent need for fundamental restructuring of the sector, redirected their attention to what has become an assessment of how to create a viable fishing sector that can effectively reach realistic stakeholder objectives. The draft report was discussed with representatives of the public and private sectors in Cape Verde September 19 and 20, 2007. The findings and recommendations of the workshop have been summarized in separate textboxes in the report; the complete findings have been attached as annex C. This report suggests that a strategy supporting a combination of short-term actions is needed to create a sector - using gradually decreasing public and donor funding - that would provide: a) fishermen and other stakeholders a long-term sustainable source of raw material, b) equitable income growth and employment prospects, and c) provide the country with a dependable source of protein for human consumption.

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