“…prices for octopus have now increased – especially for women, who were previously paid less than men – and the extra income is beginning to contribute to the operating cost of conservation initiatives such as closure monitoring and patrolling.”
The Participatory Market System Development (PMSD) approach we developed with Fauna & Flora International is now being used within each community we are working with to strengthen the octopus market system and enable fishers and buyers to understand each others challenges and overcome them.
Read this blog by partners Fauna & Flora International to understand it further.
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