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CRC works in some of the least developed countries in East and West Africa — Tanzania, Senegal, Ghana and The Gambia. In these countries, we have a variety of projects that support coastal communities and their inhabitants who rely on healthy coastal and marine resources for income, food and trade. We are working to strengthen the capacity of governance at the local, regional and national levels to develop workable solutions to specific threats and challenges such as food security, overfishing, mangrove deforestation, deterioration in water quality from coastal development and climate change impacts. Our programs on participatory, ecosystem-based fisheries co-management, climate change adaptation, livelihoods development, gender equity and the linkages between population, health and environment are all helping to build the capacity of coastal communities and national governments to sustainably manage critical coastal ecosystems.

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  • Training On Gender Fisheries Policy Report Opari-Addo .J and Takyi M. 1 May 2017

    The Objectives of training was; * To be able to define the gender concept * To explain gender dimension of fisheries issues * Identify driving and restraining forces to gender equity in the fishery sector

  • Report On 2nd Gender Mainstreaming Strategy Validation Workshop. Avega B. 1 November 2016

    The Objective of workshop was to; Review the second draft strategy document with a wider stakeholder group and Finalize the strategy document

  • Radio Sensitization and Education Program on Fisheries Management Plan in Apam & Winneba Development Action Association 1 August 2017

    Objectives of Radio Discussion * To sensitize fisher folks on the state of fishing in Ghana * To raise awareness on the negative effects of illegal fishing in Ghana * To strengthen participatory decision making in fisheries management

  • Joint Leadership Training for CBFM Committee members FSSD and Socrates Apertorgbor(SFMP). 1 April 2018

    The objectives of the workshop were to: * Share lessons learned since the introduction of the CBFM in all three (3) pilot areas * Equip committee members with conflict resolution skills by helping them identify and embrace conflict in their respective communities * Enhance their team building skills * Gained better understanding that behavioral change is a process that takes time * Develop a monitoring and evaluation concept for the respective plans * Share lessons from other pilot areas through a field-trip to the Pra estuary.

  • Cuttlefish key informant LEK report Asare C. and Nortey D. D. N 1 January 2016

    The objective of the key informant interview was to find out: * When the cuttlefish lay their eggs * Where fishermen harvest the cuttlefish * Where the harvesting is done * Variation in catch * Different spices harvested