This instructional video introduces the best practices for introducing fish seed into aquaculture ponds.

This video is part of the 'Best Management Practices for Egyptian Aquaculture' series. Watch more in the series to learn about fish health care, pond fertilization and more.

The instructional video introduces the best practices for fertilizing aquaculture ponds to ensure premium fish growth.

This video is part of the 'Best Management Practices for Egyptian Aquaculture' series. Watch more in the series to learn about fish health care, live fish handling and more.

This instructional video introduces the aquaculture industry's best practices for measuring the quality of water in a fishpond. Ensuring the water is of a high quality with adequate oxygen, food, ammonia and other vital components, is essential for ensuring healthy growth.

This video is part of the 'Best Management Practices for Egyptian Aquaculture' series. Watch more in the series to learn about fish health care, pond fertilization and more.

This instructional video introduces the best practices for preparing aquaculture ponds to protect fish from cold weather during winter.

This video is part of the 'Best Management Practices for Egyptian Aquaculture' series. Watch more in the series to learn about fish health care, pond fertilization and more.

The people of Zambia’s Barotse Floodplain depend on fishing and farming for their food and income. However, destructive fishing methods that use chemicals and mosquito nets are damaging habitats and reducing wild fish stocks.

Depleted fish stocks are forcing Bangladeshi fisherman further out to sea in search of their next catch. For families like Anita Bishaash’s, this means more time apart and a greater struggle to cover household expenses.

Like many of Bangladesh’s rural poor, Iqtiar Gazi and his family are landless, living in a small house on top of their fishpond. When disease killed off his entire stock, Iqtiar was forced to take up rickshaw driving to support his family.

Without access to training or resources many of Bangladesh’s poor rural farmers, like Bilal and Sufia Mallick, struggle to make a living from their household ponds.

More than 700 million people globally depend on aquatic agricultural systems for their livelihoods. Living in coastal zones and along river floodplains, these communities are often not only poor but also vulnerable to climate change, sea-level rises and extreme weather.

The Strengthening Aquatic Resource Governance (STARGO) project aims to build resilient livelihoods among poor rural producers who depend on the highly contested natural resources in these freshwater eco-regions, with the intent of improving nutrition, income, welfare and human security, while also reducing the likelihood of broader social conflict.

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