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iNGO Project

World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF)

ComFish - Community Fisheries Supporting Food Security and Aquatic Biodiversity

Last updated:2008-04-23 00:00:00

The aim of the ComFish project is to improve the conservation of aquatic biodiversity and the management of capture fisheries in support of the communities who rely upon aquatic resources for household food security and economy. This will be achieved through a community-based approach to coordinate the participation of villagers and government in the management of aquatic biodiversity.


Project Start Date Project End Date Current Project Phase Current Phase Start Current Phase End Project Operational Budget
Apr 30th 2005 Apr 30th 2009 1 Apr 30th 2005 Apr 30th 2009 270000


Project Coordinator Project Partners
Roger Mollot
021 216080 ext. 105
roger.mollot@greatermekong.org
There are no partners specified


Provinces and districts of project activity:

Provinces Districts
Bolikhamxay Province - Pakkading - Viengthong
Khammouane Province - Bualapha - Mahaxay - Nhommalath - Nongbok - Xebangfay
Savannakhet Province - Champhone - Phine - Sepone - Songkhone - Xaybuly - Xonbuly

Sectors and sub-sectors of project activity:

Sectors Sub-sectors
Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries - Fisheries - Fisheries Training
Data Collection & Analysis - DC&A Training
Education - Non-Formal Education - Teaching Materials
Health Care - Water Supply & Sanitation
Human Resources Development - Capacity Building - Education / Training Abroad, incl. Scholarships - Technical Training
Natural Resources & Ecology - Conservation of Natural Resources - Ecological Education - Environment Protection - Governance Aid in NR&E Development - Land Use Planning - Natural Resources Education & Training
Social Development - Governance Aid in Legislative Issues - Information & Communication - Institutional Development

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