puntland fisheries report


May 1, 2010
Author(s): A. J. Kulmiye Category: African Fisheries and Agriculture
Publication Type: Market Sector Report
  • This report presents the findings of a study conducted along the Puntland coastline in February 2010 as part of VSF Suisse’s intervention in the fisheries sector. The overall objective of the study, which was funded by UNDP Somalia, was to undertake an assessment of the Puntland fisheries sector through value chain analysis and assessment of the current production and its impacts on the marine environment. The methodology of the study comprised both desktop review of past survey reports and primary research that gathered first hand information. Various data collection techniques such as semi-structured questionnaires, personal interviews, group discussions and direct observations were employed during the primary research.

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