Livelihoods in coastal fishing communities, and the marine fish marketing system of Bangladesh. Synthesis of participatory rural appraisals in six villages, and assessment of the marketing system (NRI report no. 2712)
This report is an output ofthe DFID funded research project "Fish Distribution from Coastal Communities- Credit and Market Access Issues". The field research was carried out between July 2001 and April2002. In addition to the inception workshop in Chittagong in March 20... View more
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