A Study of international fisheries research by World Bank

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There are great opportunities for an international research body. For example, the International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management (ICLARM) could be used to develop research on fisheries and aquaculture at an international level. Research Capabilities in Developing Countries Infrastructure Most countries with important fisheries have built up the essential componentsboth physical and institutionalof a research infrastructure. Many have research institutes with fully trained staff, the minimum laboratory equipment, research vessels, and computer and library facilities.

FISHERIES FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION MICHEL J. PETIT, DIRECTOR AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT THE WORLD BANK Page vii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The Study of International Fisheries Research (SIFR) would not have been possible without the technical support and financial contribution of the donor community. The sponsoring organizationsthe World Bank, the United Nations Development Programme, the Commission of the European Communities, and the Food and Agriculture Organizationwould like to express their satisfaction with the task accomplished, and their gratitude to the agencies, listed below, that joined them in financing this endeavor.

Series: Policy & research series; 19. 1 Summary of Applied Research Requirements 33 Appendix Box Applied Research Requirements 34 Page v FOREWORD Origin of the Study The Study of International Fisheries Research Needs for Developing Countries (SIFR) was the result of an initiative of the First Fisheries Development Donor Consultation, held in Paris in October 1986 (World Bank 1986a). The Donor Consultation was organized because of a recognition that fishery development projects that have concentrated on providing infrastructure have generally had a low rate of success.

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