|Summary||This refers to the governance system implemented by Community B. |
|Subtype||Informal Governance System|
|Governance Scale||Sub-national (State, Province, District)|
|Governance System Description||The District plan provides general management rules for the entire qoliqoli, including restrictions on fishing outside tabu areas. The plan was initially developed in 2009 and adapted in 2012
Decisions about the PHC are made by the High Chief of the district, who is also the chief in community, the chiefly village.
Tabu establishment: 2009. The location was suggested because it was thought to be a productive reef. [SJ: note my observation of this reef is that it is not particularly productive reef relative to all reefs in Fiji, with a fairly short reef wall and high rubble slope, but it is probably the most productive area immediately accessible to this village].
|Governance Trigger||Not Applicable|
|Centralization||Highly decentralized (1)|
|Metric Diversity||High: Many metrics for success (3)|
|Explanation||Community members express a number of social, economic and ecological goals for fisheries management. |
|Phc Management Scale||Village|