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Table 8 Summary statement of Nile perch fishers’ livelihood improvement.

From: Sustainable livelihood alternatives among Nile perch (Lates niloticus) fishers in Lake Victoria Tanzania: analytical hierarchy process (AHP) approach

Strategic criteriaSub-criteriaLocal priorityGlobal priorityAlternatives
ABC
Global priority
Livelihood diversification income-generating activitiesFisheries co-management policiesPromotion of aquaculture
EnvironmentSustainable environmental practices in the lakes0.63700.32520.58150.10240.3090
0.18910.03560.1005
Coping effectively with environmental vulnerability0.10470.05340.71720.19470.0881
0.03830.01040.0047
Governance and lakes management0.258220.13180.18650.68700.1265
  0.02450.09050.0167
   = 1.0000 = 0.5105   
EconomicEmployment creation0.27890.05180.27890.64910.0719
0.01450.03360.0037
Affordable credit access0.07190.01330.27970.62700.0936
0.00370.00830.0013
Infrastructural development0.64910.12050.23770.60720.1551
  0.02860.07320.0187
   = 1.0000 = 0.1857   
SocialHousehold food security0.23850.02260.42860.42860.1428
0.00970.00970.0032
Education/training 0.62500.05920.26840.6144
 0.01590.0364
Laws and regulations0.13650.01290.70880.17860.1125
0.00910.00230.0015
   = 1.0000 = 0.1857   
TechnologyImproved flexible and diverse fishing practices0.60000.12540.66940.08790.2426
0.08400.01100.0304
Research and development0.20000.04180.55840.31960.1220
0.02330.01340.0051
Innovations0.20000.04180.13960.33250.5278
0.00580.01390.0221
   = 1.0000 = 0.2090   
   ∑∑ = 1.00000.44650.33830.2148