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Stay up-to-date with the latest news and developments in research and innovations across aquatic food systems.

WorldFish’s Florine Lim bags inaugural CGIAR Inclusive Leader award

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Florine Lim Pei Pei, WorldFish’s interim global communications lead was announced the first-ever recipient of the CGIAR Inclusive Leader Award at the recent CGIAR…

• 20 Sep 2022

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Leveraging the expertise of institutions in East Malaysia for a sustainable aquatic food system

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East Malaysia, separated from Peninsular Malaysia by the South China Sea, comprises the Borneo states of Sabah and Sarawak. With a landmass that is 50 percent larger and…

Capacity development, Sustainability • 16 Sep 2022

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‘I eat tilapia every day’: Farmers in Timor-Leste achieve higher aquaculture production

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“My family and I eat tilapia every day,” explains Amelia Da Silva from Leohitu village. It is a unique story in inland areas of Timor-Leste, where the average person…

• 15 Sep 2022

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Featured Event

FishBase - SeaLifeBase Symposium

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On 5 - 6th September 2022, the annual FishBase/SeaLifeBase symposium will be held at WorldFish, Penang. This symposium will be an opportunity to illustrate the different…

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Big Facts on Aquatic Foods

800

million number of people around the world who depend on small-scale fisheries and aquaculture for their livelihoods.

204

million tons - the volume of aquatic food production by 2030.

60

million - number of people engaged in the primary sector of fisheries and aquaculture in 2018.

24

trillion - the value of the ocean economy, including fisheries, shipping lanes and tourism.

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