Association de Gestion Intégrée des Ressources

A response to high rates of poverty, poor access to basic social services, and low employment opportunities, this association is working to strengthen the small-scale fisheries sector around Al-Hoceima National Park through capacity building, the establishment of monitoring and surveillance committees to combat illegal fishing and the introduction of sustainable fishing techniques (and elimination of illegal fishing practices). Communities are positioned as leaders in creating marine resource management plans and strategies.

A sustainable fishing cooperative has improved local fishermen incomes and generated more than EUR 650,000 of revenue since it was launched. The group has created successful prohibitions on illegal fishing (including dynamite fishing, driftnets, etc.) through community monitoring systems. The use of geo-location devices has significantly reduced trawling in coastal breeding areas and led to the protection of over 1,900 hectares of coastal and marine biodiversity.


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 Equator Prize 2014

Middle East And North Africa

 Conservação da Biodiversidade

 Marine and Coastal Resource Management

 Community-Based Adaptation to Climate Change


Informações de contacto

N° 1 Rue Oujda Quartier Al Menzeh
Al Hoceima
Al Hoceima 32000


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