Strengthening Aquatic Resource Governance (STARGO)
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The STARGO project aims to build resilient livelihoods among poor rural producers who depend on the highly contested natural resources in the freshwater ecoregions of Lake Victoria, Lake Kariba and the Tonle Sap Lake, with the intent of improving nutrition, income, welfare and human security, while also reducing the likelihood of broader social conflict. The project will develop and pilot new tools to assess the linkages between environmental resources and conflict, and also identify opportunities for peace building through collaborative resource management. This will be done by actively involving local stakeholders in not only assessing but also collaborating to address the sources of local resource conflict.
Describes experiences of: World Fish Center, Adelphi Research, Lake Victoria Fisheries Organization, Makerere Institute for Social Research, Uganda, Uganda Department of Fisheries, Zambia Center for Applied Social Science, University of Zimbabwe Fisheries Administration, Cambodia Development Resource Institute