Report on Multi-stakeholder Consultation on Hilsa and Livelihoods: Bangladesh-India Perspectives

Report on Multi-stakeholder Consultation on Hilsa and Livelihoods: Bangladesh-India Perspectives

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Report: Report on Multi-stakeholder Consultation on Hilsa and Livelihoods: Bangladesh-India Perspectives

Duration: August 22-23, 2017

Place: Kenilworth Hotel, Kolkata, West Bengal, India

International Water Association (IWA-www.iwa-network.org) is a network including different NGOs which are working in the field of water and its resources. It is also a self-governing non-profit organization which serves as a worldwide network for water professionals to advance standards and best practices in sustainable.  During August 22-23, 2017 the IWA organized a “Multi-stakeholder Consultation on Hilsa and Livelihoods: Bangladesh-India” in Kolkata, West Bengal, India where I was one of the participants on behalf of COAST Trust. The representatives from University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Fisheries Research Institute, Chandpur, Bangladesh, Jadavpur University, West Bengal, India, Bay of Bengal Program Inter-Governmental Organization, India, Central Inland Fisheries Research Institute, India, WorldFish, Bangladesh, Winrock International, Bangladesh, Integrated Coastal Management, India and different fishers associations and also some fishers (men and women) from Bangladesh and India were present in the consultation. [Click here full report]