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Fisheries Value Chains in CLCGoM Project Areas in the Gulf of Mottama, Myanmar

Networks Activities Group (NAG), a leading national NGO in Myanmar, is coordinating the implementation of activities relating to sustainable fisheries management, including effective value chain support and equitable market access arrangements for the SSF actors. NAG approached the International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF), a global NGO working for small-scale fisheries development since 1980s, to undertake a fishery value chain assessment in the five project townships in coastal areas of the Gulf of Mottama. The study was implemented by a member of ICSF, Venkatesh Salagrama, who has experience of working on post-harvest, trade and value chain interventions in several developing countries. The study was undertaken during August-September 2015 in collaboration with the NAG project team in Yangon and in the project locations. The NAG project staff also took part in the data collection during the field research.


With over 400 NAG family members, staff from different geographical areas around Myanmar in 13 regions and state, NAG is working with National and international partners and networks for sustainable development of peaceful and prosperous society.


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