Fisheries Learning Exchanges: A Short Guide to Best Practices

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Jan 01, 2018
Steve Rocliffe, Katie Thompson, Lekelia D. Jenkins, Shawn Peabody, Brian Jones


While anyone seeking to better understand flexible learning exchanges (FLEs) will find the information presented here of use, the guide is aimed primarily at practitioners such as NGOs and government workers acting as technical partners to fishing communities in tropical developing countries.

By blending research into FLE best practices with extensive insights from the field, this guide provides you with the necessary tools and guidance to develop effective learning exchanges. Because no two FLEs will be the same, it adopts a comprehensive but not prescriptive approach with a focus on flexibility and the need to consider differing contexts. 

White Paper published by the Food and Agriculture Organization, the United Nations, and Blue Ventures Conservation. 

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