Final Technical Report. Building Cost Effective Control into the Fishery Chain. Improving Livelihoods Through Better Control.

Abstract

The purpose of the project was to develop the local capacity to adapt and implement cost effective control measures targeted at the critical loss areas within the defined fisheries chain. The understanding and practical development of methods and utilisation of the predictive costing software enabled the policy makers to promote effective strategies to control loss and maintain quality. Commercial decision-makers, local advisors and fishing communities also benefited through cost analysis of their relevant control options, which encouraged adoption of better practice.

Citation

Mike Dillon Associates Limited, Lincolnshire, UK., 63 pp.

Final Technical Report. Building Cost Effective Control into the Fishery Chain. Improving Livelihoods Through Better Control.

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