|Summary||This refers to the rules, regulations and processes used to govern fisheries resources within the LMMA of Community G.|
|Subtype||Informal Governance System|
|Explanation||PHC management was initiated in 2010. |
|Governance Scale||Local (Village, Community)|
|Governance System Description||The qoliqoli is for the village only. Management decisions are ultimately made by the chief.
Tabu establishment: 2010. IAS-USP was the FLMMA co-management partner that assisted with LMMA planning. There was also an old tabu near another village which does not exist anymore due to poaching. When this old tabu was in existence, it was once harvested for the previous chief’s funeral. This tabu was removed after the tabu moved to the current site in 2010.
|Centralization||Highly decentralized (1)|
|Metric Diversity||High: Many metrics for success (3)|
|Explanation||Fisheries resources are managed with a number of different social, economic and ecological objectives. |
|Phc Management Scale||Village|