IPNLF’s third Social Dimensions report summarises the findings from a scoping study that explored the roles that women occupy in Maldivian one-by-one tuna fisheries. The evidence was collected during a research trip conducted by Peter Wessels, Marine Management MSc student at the University of Dalhousie, with the support of the International Pole & Line Foundation and the Waitt Foundation.
Despite the assistance from those mentioned above, responsibility for the views expressed in this report rest solely with the author. All reasonable efforts to verify findings have been made, although the author does not warrant that it is free from errors or omissions.
This document should be cited as: Wessels, P, (2017) The roles of women in Maldivian one-by-one tuna supply chains: A scoping study, Dalhousie University, International Pole & Line Foundation.