The purpose of this project was the development, validation and promotion of mechanisms for the implementation of integrated pro-poor natural resource management in the coastal zones of the Caribbean. These mechanisms were based on the findings or output of research on alternative sustainable coastal resource based livelihood strategies in the region. The project sought to ensure that the strategies are accepted and owned by policy makers and those in a position to influence the livelihood strategies of those living in poverty in the coastal region. It was intended that the identified target institutions would be actively engaged in the promotion and implementation of the identified strategies. This report outlines the outputs and activities of the project, and presents the project log-frame and lists of publications.
Pantin, D. 2005. Policy relevant knowledge on feasible alternative natural resource based strategies for enhancing livelihoods. Final Technical Report for project R8325. St Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago: SEDU, University of the West Indies. 23 pp.