ESSA Knowledge Attitudes Practice Study

This Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice Study (KAP Study) is a first output of Work Package 3 (WP3) of the Fishery-Related Ecological and Socio-Economic Impact Assessments and Monitoring System project (the Project), funded under the Caribbean track of the Pilot Program on Climate Resilience (PPCR). The main purpose of the KAP Study was to measure knowledge levels, prevailing attitudes and behavioural practices relating to adaptation to climate change and disaster risk reduction among a sample of the audiences the Project plans to target for communications activities. These audiences are fisherfolk, policy actors and other sectoral representatives that routinely interface with fisherfolk across the six countries with national PPCR initiatives.

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Source/Provider Institution CRFM
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Type Report
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Publication/creation date 01/03/2019
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Status Final
Author ESSA
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Owner CRFM
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