In the course of his work he came to the conclusion that many funded projects did not improve the future success rate. He does this by looking at a number of specific projects dealing with both commercial fisheries and aquaculture in various parts of the world and methodically analysing the reasons for their success or failure.
Fishery development experiences is, therefore, an inspiring book, as well as a practical one and essential for all engaged in fisheries development or planning in this field.
Historical perspectives and performance in fisheries development.
Artisanal fisheries infrastructure services – Middle East.
Motorization of a West African canoe fishery.
Institutional training for small craft construction in Central America.
Tuna vessels, shore facilities and training in Latin America.
Fisheries credit for marine fishing and aquaculture in Southeast Asia.
Institutional organization for inland fisheries research and development.
Bilateral fishery inputs into a multilateral program of UNDP.
CIDA bilateral inputs into CECAF–UNDP inter–regional project.
Conclusions and recommendations.