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Building resilient community fisheries in Cambodia

Tonle Sap, in Cambodia, is the largest lake in Southeast Asia, and one of the most productive freshwater fisheries in the world. But managing water for food and income also means harnessing the full value of these fisheries for local communities. By joining competing stakeholders, a WorldFish initiative has contributed to strengthening resilience in local livelihoods, while reducing the risk of broader social conflict.
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