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Gender Inclusive Resource Management

Rural women play a critical but often undervalued role in fishing-reliant families and communities in Solomon Islands. Ranging from direct activities of collecting, processing, preparing and marketing of fish and other marine resources; women also have an indirect influence through household...

Giving Bangladesh’s Shrimp Sector a Competitive Edge

The aquaculture industry is an important driver for the economic growth of Bangladesh. It generates more than US$500 million in export sales each year and employs more than 1 million people. Nonetheless, there are still significant opportunities to help the industry maximize its growth. For...

Governing Small Scale Fisheries for Poverty Reduction - A CGIAR-Canada Linkage Fund project

This project is fundamentally concerned with maintaining the flow of environmental goods and services to benefit human wellbeing, with improved human wellbeing proposed as a desirable outcome of ‘development’. The novelty of the approach is to address the challenges of environmental...

Greening the economy: economic benefits of sustainable development

Balancing human demand for land and food with the need to protect the world’s dwindling natural resources is a global challenge. For developing nations, the challenge can seem insurmountable in the face of booming populations, entrenched poverty and limited institutional know-how for creating...

Healthy links: assessing food safety throughout the value chain

Putting enough food on the table is a daily challenge faced by households around the world. Ensuring that the food contains enough protein and essential micronutrients is a further consideration, and animal products, such as fish and meat from livestock can go a long way to improving the diets...

Improved Food Security

About 75% of Philippine coral reefs, lakes, mangroves, primary forests, and rivers have been destroyed or damaged, principally as a result of unsustainable practices and population growth. This degradation threatens the food security and health of millions of Filipinos, with the incidence of...

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