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Vol. 3, Issue 6, Part E (2017)

Economic and socio-economic features of small-scale coastal fishing societies and prospects of alleviating poverty and empowerment

Economic and socio-economic features of small-scale coastal fishing societies and prospects of alleviating poverty and empowerment

Author(s)
Dr. Alka Srivastava
Abstract
This manuscript reviews the main SSF (small scale fishing) problems in a variety of identified advanced nations, regions of the country in order to match related issues of interest to SSFs in developed and emerging nations and also to analyze whether anything can be gained from the distinction. Many of the research reported have shown that SSFs are typically productive. However, several of the surveys often find out that this would not imply that income from fishing alone is adequate to support families with children above the poverty threshold and above the basic wage level of countries. Research has discovered that, notably during poor fishing periods and low captures, communities are quite dependent on remittances from non-fishing operations as well as on government aid.
Pages: 326-329  |  527 Views  92 Downloads


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How to cite this article:
Dr. Alka Srivastava. Economic and socio-economic features of small-scale coastal fishing societies and prospects of alleviating poverty and empowerment. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(6):326-329.
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