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The ‘Community-Based Coastal Resource Management (CBCRM) and Small Fishers’ Rights to Livelihood Project’ in the Philippines aims to: support coastal resource management in 150 fishing communities; strengthen sustainable livelihoods by establishing income-generating activities and enterprises and promoting marketing linkages; promote municipal fishing in 150 coastal communities; promote greater accountability of the state and pro-poor policies; and promote gender equity. This final evaluation covers the project implementation period from May 2004 to December 2006. It aims to provide an objective validation/affirmation of project outcomes, a qualitative assessment of project accomplishments against intended outcomes, and insights and lessons that will enhance and reinforce Oxfam GB’s country strategic plan.

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