talim bay coastal resources management project

by De La Salle University
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Summary

We are helping local fishers to conserve, protect and sustainably utilize their natural resources through formation of local structures, environmental awareness, research, provision supplemental livelihood and institutionalization of management options.
$5,000
total goal
$2,273
remaining
19
donors
0
monthly donors
4
years active

Challenge

The challenge that the local communities are facing in talim bay is the unclear property rights over common pool resources. This means that fishery and environmental laws are not being implemented and there is general neglect of natural resources within the bay. as a result, there is overfishing using illegal methods and severely degradated resource base resulting further to the lowering of the volume of fish catch.

Solution

The talim bay coastal resources management project aims to provide an appropriate resource management option within the municipal waters. It will entail the following components: research, community organizing, supplemental livelihood, environmental education, and legal and institutional arrangements.

Long-Term Impact

Establish an appropriate resource management mechanism within talim bay emphasizing the protection, conservation and sustainable utilization of the coastal ecosystem. Ensure the active participation of major resource users in the mentioned activities including the enforcement of relevant legal instruments.

Organization Information

De La Salle University

Location: Manila, NCR - Philippines
Project Leader:
Joseph Rosal
Manila, Philippines
$2,728 raised of $5,000 goal
 
 
62 donations
$2,273 to go
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