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Science forum Day 1 - Md Golam Mostafa - Integrated Protected Area Co-management and CBM in Sunamganj, Bangladesh

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  • 1. Integrated Protected Area Co-management and CBM in Sunamganj, Bangladesh M. G. Mustafa 18 July, Bangladesh
  • 2. Integrated Protected Area Co-Management (IPAC) Project Funded by USAID for five years (June’08 – May’13) IPAC works with government (MoFL, MoEF) & civil society to build a sustainable Nishorgo Network - conserved forest & wetland
    • Support further development of NRM,
    • Develop an integrated Protected Area Strategy,
    • Build technical capacity for PA co-management,
    • Expand the area under co-management,
    • Address climate change coping and adaptation
    Purpose of IPAC
  • 3. Targeted Locations
    • Central cluster
    • Sylhet cluster
    • Chittagong Hill Tracts
    • Southeastern cluster
    • Sundarbans cluster
  • 4.
    • Co-management in the Forest Act & Wildlife Act,
    • Move forward a revised wetland leasing policy that reflect co-management,
    • Prepared a 10-year Integrated Resource Management Plan ( IRMP ) for Sundarbans (Largest mangrove forest) .
    • CNN filmed on Women community & aired internationally,
    IPAC achievements IRMP for Sundarbans Research Book
  • 5. Fisheries Research Support Project (FRSP) Study aim: Objectively determine whether management performance is better under SCBRMP Project period: July’07 to June’13 Spread over 7 Sub-districts in Sunamganj district The FRSP was designed to analysis Project SCBRMP activities and impact on biodiversity Funded by LGED
  • 6. How do we define indicators to measure management performance?
    • Production
    • Resource Sustainability
    Study considered two types of fishing
    • Open catch
    • Organized Harvest – Group Catch
    Compare through Trend analysis Catch monitoring by Community enumerator
  • 7. Results
    • Fish Production (Kg/ha) increased
    • Daily catch rate per fisher increased
    • Species biodiversity increased significantly
  • 8. Impact on biodiversity Trends in fish biodiversity were upwards at 86% of monitored sites
  • 9.
    • Community managed approaches can result in more productive and sustainable fisheries at the same time as safeguarding the livelihoods of poor fishing households
    Way Forward: Thank you 1. Twenty years of Community Based Fisheries Management (CBFM) in Bangladesh, What works? What need to be done? WorldFish Members: M. G. Mustafa, Bill Collis, Ben Belton Non WFC people: M. Rahman (DG-DoF), Paul Thompson, Mokelshur Rahman (Ex-Director, CNRS) 2. Title: An Assessment of the impact of Community Based Fisheries Management in Bangladesh WorldFish Team Members: M. G. Mustafa, Firoz Khan, Bill Collis, Murshed-E-Jahan, Ben Belton Non WFC people: M. Rahman (DG-DoF), Paul Thompson, M. Rahman (Ex-Director, CNRS) 3. Title: Community Based Resource Management in the low-lying areas: What does the Fishery Management evidence really show? WorldFish Team Members: M. G. Mustafa, Firoz Khan, Bill Collis Non WFC people: Sk. Md. Mohsin-LGED, Michael Roy (SCBRMP) ; Paper ideas: