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Integrated Agriculture Aquaculture

Increased production and income through Integrated Aquaculture and Agriculture

You can use by-products from one farming enterprise as inputs to other farming enterprises. You can get higher farm production with minimum costs through best use of your on farm available resources.

Ecological and social impacts of Integrated Aquaculture-Agriculture technologies in Bangladesh

This study estimated the adoption rate of integrated aquaculture-agriculture (IAA) technologies in Bangladesh and their impact on poverty and fish and food consumption in adopting households.

Ex-ante assessment of integrated aquaculture-agriculture adoption and impact in Southern Malawi

There are increasing requirements for impact assessment by development partners in order to increase the accountability and effectiveness of research and development projects.

Fish and rice, together at last

Source: The Phnom Pehn Post - by Joe Freeman and Kim Yuthana
A new long-term project aims to boost fish stocks in rice fields. That was not a typo.
For years, rice farmers in Cambodia have swept up fish – as well as frogs, snails and other aquatic fauna – that make their way from streams, canals and floodplains into rice fields. They then sell the fresh catches on the side or eat them at home.

Modeling Impact in Bangladesh

In Bangladesh, significant progress has been made in recent years, in alleviating poverty and under nutrition; however, food insecurity and chronic poverty are evident in many communities. Agricultural technologies can have a significant impact on the quantity and quality of food that farmer’s produce, which directly effects their income and nutrition. This project is designed to estimate the impact of promoting integrated aquaculture-agriculture (IAA) technologies in Bangladesh, on household nutrition and poverty reduction.

Waste not Want Not

Malawi is one of the world's poorest countries, with many of its 12.1 million population in need of food and medical assistance. Its food security situation is precarious and the country is prone to natural disasters of both extremes -- from drought to heavy rainfalls - putting it in constant need of thousands of tonnes of food aid every year.

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