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Regulatory regime on inland fisheries in Bangladesh

Mohiuddina PhaМ„ruМ„ka

Regulatory regime on inland fisheries in Bangladesh

issues and remedies

by Mohiuddina PhaМ„ruМ„ka

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Published by Bangladesh Environmental Lawyers Association in Dhaka .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bangladesh.
    • Subjects:
    • Fishery law and legislation -- Bangladesh.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMohiuddin Farooque.
      ContributionsBāṃlādeśa Paribeśa Āinabida Samiti., Ford Foundation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKNG1004.3 .P49 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 262 p. ;
      Number of Pages262
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL157230M
      ISBN 109848173064
      LC Control Number99932763
      OCLC/WorldCa41143438

      million ha.1 Considering the inland culture fisheries and close water aquaculture, Bangladesh is now attained the fourth and fifth position in the world, respectively. The total production of fish in Bangladesh was reported to be 3,, mt during in which 1,, mt (%). The importance of Bangladesh's inland fisheries resources for the livelihoods and food security of the poor and landless is widely acknowledged. The management of these resources, based upon a combination of short-term leased access to water bodies or supported by a.

      In Bangladesh, the Protection and Conservation of Fish Act, and the Marine Fisheries Ordinance, are two key laws dealing with the regulation of marine fisheries. In Asia-Pacific, we will focus on inland and estuarine fisheries in Bangladesh, Myanmar and Cambodia and coral reef fisheries in Solomon Islands. In Africa, we will continue work on inland fisheries and the small fish that constitute the majority of catches and that supply value chains reaching poor consumers across the continent.

      Inland Fisheries Management in Bangladesh / edited by M. Aguero [et al.] Bangladesh Department of Fisheries Bangladesh Australian/Harvard Citation. Aguero, Max. & International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management. & Bangladesh. Department of Fisheries. & Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies. Bangladesh is a country with thousands of rivers and ponds and is notable for being a fish-loving nation, acquiring the name "Machh-e Bhat-e Bangali" which means, "Bengali by fish and rice".. Ilish is the national fish of the country where it contributes 13% of country's total fish production. Fish are caught both from natural resources and by farming in self-made ponds.


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Regulatory regime on inland fisheries in Bangladesh by Mohiuddina PhaМ„ruМ„ka Download PDF EPUB FB2

Yearbook of Fisheries Statistics of Bangladesh [ix] Contents Page Key Findings 1 Executive Summary Chapter - 1: Introduction Chapter - 2: Methodology, Concepts and Definitions Chapter - 3: Major Findings 18 Tables Sector-wise Annual Fish Production (Inland and Marine Fisheries.

BELA’s work primarily involves research into the regulatory regime. Some of the research works are published in the form of books while the others are disseminated in the form of booklets, briefing papers and opinion letters. – Regulatory Regime on Inland Fisheries in Bangladesh: Issues and Remedies.

20 Farooque, M., Regulatory Regime on Inland Fisheries in it is essential to inspect legal condition and managerial practices of Bangladesh fisheries sectors and find out proper.

Similar Regulatory regime on inland fisheries in Bangladesh book many other inland fisheries sites in the country, the Shapla beel and the Titas cluster have profuse and diverse resources for producing numerous goods and services that attract many users and stakeholders.

In order to gain a better understanding of the nature of conflicts in fisheries, all the conflicts reported in the sites were grouped according to the typologies introduced by Cited by: 8. Inland sub-sector Fishing in inland waters has been the main source of fish for the inhabitants of Bangladesh, and there is a preference for inland fish among consumers.

In spite of impressive growth in aquaculture, the inland fisheries still provide 42% of the total catches. Inland waters comprise a wide variety of open and closed waters. MohiuddinFarooque, Regulatory Regime on Inland Fisheries in Bangladesh: Issues and Remedies (Dhaka: Bangladesh Environmental Lawyers Association, ),p.

[12] Environment Policy and Action Plan,   Increasing population, ineffective management, competition among fishing gears over access to resources and proliferation of destructive practices are imposing severe stress on the inland water bodies of Bangladesh. These factors also contribute to the increasing incidence of conflicts among fishery stakeholders.

Total fish production in Bangladesh was estimated at million tonnes inof which million tonnes (48 per cent) were obtained from inland. Poor fishers in Bangladesh have been disadvantaged by policies that favored powerful people leasing fishing rights.

Community-based management was expected to improve fisher access, livelihoods, and the sustainability of fisheries. The impacts of community management in three floodplain waterbodies differed according to the environment and property rights. Farooque, M. () Regulatory regime on inland fisheries in Bangladesh: issues and remedies.

Bangladesh Environmental Lawyers Association, Dhaka. Google Scholar. Bangladesh’s agricultural sector contributes % of GDP, [1] employing 47% of the working population [2], with 17 million people ( million women) depending on fisheries sector for their livelihoods through fishing, farming, fish handling, and ltural sector has experienced significant growth over the last couple of decades, with the fisheries sector following suit.

In getting the third position, Bangladesh produced a total of 10,48, tonnes of fish from inland water bodies inabout percent higher thanaccording to the FAO's fisheries and. Source National Weekly Fisheries Fisheries resource Bangladesh possesses a wide range of fishes, prawns, lobsters and other crustaceans, molluscs, turtles and other fishery resources inhabiting its extensive marine and inland open waters.

The total fish production of Bangladesh was estimated at 11,72, m tons (DOF ) in Inland openwater fisheries contributed 73 percent of the. Bangladesh is one of the world's leading inland fisheries producer with a production of 1 tonnes during –4, with marine catch total of tonnes and a total production from aquaculture of tonnes during –4.

Bangladesh's total fish production for the year totaled above million tonnes (DoF, ). while % from the inland culture sector and % from the inland capture fisheries sector. The fisheries sector is a source of employment and income for a large sector of the population, particularly in rural areas.

According to the fisheries statistical year book published by FRSS, DoF this sub-sector of agriculture contributes ±5% in GDP. ‘Bangladesh, world’s 26th-largest economy by ’ Today, Bangladesh offers the most liberal investment regime in South Asia — in terms of legal protection of foreign investment, generous fiscal incentives, concession on machinery imports, unrestricted exit policy, full repatriation of dividend and capital on exit, for example.

Information on fisheries resources in Bangladesh and S.E. Asia is fragmented and has not taken account of poor people and their livelihoods.

Research has been supply-led, resulting in limited uptake and gains for the non-poor. Often decisions are based on national level priorities, overlooking the needs of local people, especially the poor, and thus posing a severe threat to local livelihood. The Fisheries Sector represents one of the most productive and dynamic sectors in Bangladesh.

In the early 70s the fisheries sector was dominated by small scale enterprises operating in the capture fishery sector. Since then aquaculture has become the key player in providing fish for the urban consumer and shrimp for the export market.

In FY18, Bangladesh earned Tk4, crore by exporting aro metric tons of fish and fish products Bangladesh has ranked third in the world in terms of inland fish production inaccording to a report by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

After ranking fifth last year, the. The individual. Inland fisheries provide food for billions and livelihood for millions of people worldwide (FAO b).The relative contribution of inland fisheries to a country’s food and economic security is dependent on its level of economic development and social context and, often, this is higher in the developing world and emerging economies.

C. Fish Hatchery Act- The Fish Hatchery Act- has been enforced to produce good quality fertilized fish egg, post larvae of prawn and fish fry and fingerling through constructing appropriate quality fish/prawn hatchery and for better.

Though Bangladesh is a developing country, but the land has plenteous natural resources.Downloadable (with restrictions)! Establishment of property rights over inland fisheries of Bangladesh has been able to internalize appropriation externalities.

However, the agents have failed to internalize provision problems due to the physical characteristics of the resource systems. We have observed that the rules traditionally followed by the fishers are maintained and preserved by agents.book “The Blue Economy 10 years – innovations – million jobs” ().

Interestingly the concept was not initially intended to relate specifically to oceans or inland waters, rather the term “Blue Economy” was used to reflect an evolution and refinement of the ‘green economy’ concept2.