This System Requirement Report describes national level requirements for data collection and sharing mechanisms for fisheries co-management in the Philippines. It also provides a broad picture of the following for the national fisheries management level in the Philippines, including:
- Range of data and information requirements that exists.
- Typically available manpower, resources and institutional capacity.
- Structure and operations of co-managed fisheries.
- Existing and potentially appropriate data collection tools, sources and methods.
- Existing data storage and processing methods (if any).
- Requirements and opportunities for data and information sharing.
- Lessons and experiences of previous or existing attempts to develop data collection and sharing mechanisms.
Publisher: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific
Rights: Creative Commons Attribution.
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