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Social tensions and conflicting situations among the users of fishery resources in coastal communities is on increase as a result divergence of interest, values, priority, resource exploitation approach and power. The study employed desk review to identify various types of conflict, impacted areas and approaches in resolving conflict in coastal fishing communities. The study also employed SWOT analysis to identify the prospect and potentials of aquaculture in coastal communities. Findings revealed that aquaculture development can be a key tool in addressing social conflict, livelihood opportunity and alleviating poverty hence, incorporating the concepts and practice in stakeholder’s involvement, policy making, planning and management is crucial in resolving conflict among rural coastal communities.

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