Bridging the gap between the rights and needs of indigenous communities and the management of protected areas; case studies from Thailand : Surin Islands National Marine Park and the Moken, Tarutao National Marine Park and the Urak Lawoi
Keywords:Conservation Of Natural Resources
Marine Parks And Reserves
Conservation Of Natural Resources/Social Aspects/Case Studies/Thailand
Indigenous Peoples/Case Studies/Thailand
Marine Parks And Reserves//Social Aspects/Management/Thailand
Marine Parks And Reserves/Economic Aspects/Case Studies/Thailand
Series:Coastal region and small island papers ; 22
Description:Foreword -- Preface -- Part I. Methodology -- Part II. A socio-economic study of the Moken indigenous community in the Surin Islands National Marine Park -- Part III. A socio-economic study of the Urak Lawoi indigenous community in Tarutao National Marine Park -- Part IV. Conclusions and recommendations: Incorporating socio-economic data into protected area management.
Presents and analyzes socioeconomic data collected between 2004 and 2005 in the Surin Islands and Tarutao national marine parks, and provides recommendations for enhanced protected area management and methods to promote natural and cultural conservation. The report is a result of the Andaman Pilot Project, which has been supported by UNESCO and the NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program, which have facilitated research on indigenous communities that inhabit two of Thailand's national marine parks in the Andaman Sea: the Moken of the Surin Islands National Marine Park, and the Urak Lawoi of Tarutao National Marine Park in the Adang Archipelago.
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