As the co-management action plan moves forward in the Punta de Manabique Wildlife Refuge in Guatemala, another fishing comunnities from the region have began a co-management initiative on their own: Omoa, within the Cuyamel - Omoa National Park, in Honduras; and Barra Sarstún, Cocolí, San Juan and Buena Vista, within the Río Sarstún Multiple Use Area, in Guatemala.
Yes! We are thrilled to tell you that co-management projects started in these two Coastal Protected Areas last April, this year. These new projects will have the support from the Tri National Alliance for the Conservation of the Gulf of Honduras (TRIGOH). Visits to exchange experiences among other fishing communities will be held with these new projects.
In Sarstun, Guatemala, the objective is to implement four fisheries recovery sites, one in each community. In Omoa, Honduras, the implementation of one fisheries recovery site is targeted. This effort will increase the number of fish refuges of our regional network.
The implementation of these type of projects only strengthens our Community Fisheries Program which you and your support have been the most important part.
We will be sure to keep you posted on the progress of each of these projects along the year!
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