News

Report shows commercial aquaculture can benefit poor
Monday, 12th January 2015
A new report from WorldFish shows that resource-poor Bangladeshis can participate in commercial aquaculture, challenging conventional assumptions that this was not...
Small-scale fisheries, Bangladesh.
WorldFish joins oil spill clean-up team in Bangladesh
Wednesday, 31st December 2014
WorldFish will join the United Nations (UN)-led team providing assistance to the Government of Bangladesh following the release of approximately 350,000 liters of...
Fish-aggregating devices linked to food security and livelihoods in new study
Wednesday, 17th December 2014
A new study by WorldFish, the Solomon Islands Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources and the University of Queensland provides information on the role of near-...

Publications

Institutional Profiles from the Tonle Sap Lake Region: Findings from Informant Interviews
This report is based on key informant interviews conducted in 6 of the 12 villages in the Tonle Sap Lake Region where the WorldFish-led CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems (AAS)...
Aquaculture, employment, poverty, food security and well-being in Bangladesh: A comparative study
This study was designed to address some of these ambiguities and shortcomings, and to contribute to a deeper understanding of the relationships between different forms of aquaculture, poverty and...
Considerations about effective dissemination of improved fish strains (In Arabic)
Aquaculture production systems in developing countries are largely based on the use of unimproved species and strains.