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-...
WorldFish scientist wins prestigious science award
Monday, 1st December 2014
WorldFish scientist Dr. Pip Cohen has won a prestigious 2014 Queensland Young Tall Poppy Science Award. The award recognizes Dr. Cohen’s work on small-scale fisheries...
Leading African Agri-Research Organization Solidifies Partnership with WorldFish
Friday, 28th November 2014
A new partnership between the leading African organization for agricultural research for development (AR4D), the Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA), and...


Aquaculture options for alternative livelihoods: Experience from the Agriculture and Nutrition Extension Project in Bangladesh and Nepal
Following two decades of work on aquaculture technologies for smallholder farmers, WorldFish is leading the aquaculture component of the Agriculture and Nutrition Extension Project (ANEP),...
Annual report 2013/2014
Improving the productivity of fisheries and aquaculture is vital to reducing hunger and poverty for millions of people in the developing world.
Aquaculture technology exchange between Bangladesh and Nepal in the Agriculture and Nutrition Extension Project
Technology and knowledge transfer has been a great challenge for many developing countries in South Asia due to poor information and communications technology networks. A limited number of...