The ‘Small-Scale Fisheries of the World’ publication series presents synthesized information and knowledge about various aspects of small-scale fisheries around the world, including key issues pertinent to their sustainability. The synthesis is largely based on available data in the Information System on Small-scale Fisheries (ISSF), an online open-source database developed by the Too Big To Ignore (TBTI) partnership, supplemented by findings from small-scale fisheries research and studies both within TBTI and beyond. This series, composed of several reports, opens a window on the world of small-scale fisheries in ways that have rarely been done.
The ‘Small-Scale Fisheries of the World’ series will be useful for anyone interested in small-scale fisheries who would like to raise awareness about their contribution to livelihoods, well-being, poverty alleviation and food security of millions of people around the world.
Volume 1: Who’s who is small-scale fisheries
Numerous people around the world are working hard to enhance knowledge about small-scale fisheries. To recognize who these people are, we compiled information about them based on their contribution to the ‘Who’s Who’ and ‘SSF Organization’ layers of ISSF.
To read the first volume, download the SSF of the World__Vol1_Who’s who.