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This book presents results of a study which examined local indigenous knowledge and traditional management practices in Kayenze ward in Ilemela, Mwanza Region.
The general objective of the study was to investigate and and propose ways to integrate ethno-fishery knowledge into modern fisheries management.
More specifically the study examines the extent to which local fishers utilize their knowledge, attitudes and skills in fisheries management.
Further the study assesses issues which negatively affect local fishers’ actions in fisheries.
The study also examines strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in fisheries management and lastly it assesses Indigenous Knowledge best practices which can be incorporated into modern fisheries management.
A combination of household questionnaires, semi structured interviews with key informants and focus group discussions were used to collect data for the study.
The study also reviewed other scientific studies done in the area to validate the survey results.
Abubakar Salum Rajabu, PhD The University of Dodoma, Tanzania, Environmental and Resource Management, M.Ed University of Wales, Cardiff, UK Environmental Education.
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