Presented by Steven M Cole, Alexander M Kaminski, Cynthia McDougall, Alexander S Kefi, Pamela Marinda, Modern Maliko, and Johans Mtonga at 7th Global Conference on Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries, Bangkok, Thailand, October 19, 2018
Presentation by WorldFish Gender team at Global Conference on Gender in Aquaculture & Fisheries on 18-21 October 2018 at Bangkok, Thailand
Presentation by Chan Chin Yee, Nhuong Tran, Shanali Pethiyagoda, Charles Crissman, Timothy Sulser and Michael Phillips
Presentation by Mamta Mehar, Mekkawy Wagdy, Cynthia McDougall and John Benzie at 7th Global Conference on Gender in Aquaculture & Fisheries (GAF7) held in Bangkok, Thailand on 18th October 2018
Using market-based research methods for user-responsive innovation.
by Afrina Choudhury , Mozammel Hoque Bhuiya , Fayzur Rahman
Enable sustainable increases in livelihoods from aquaculture production without creating adverse socio-economic or environmental impacts.
Secure and enhance the contribution of small-scale fisheries to poverty reduction and food security in priority geographies.
Increase the availability, access and consumption of nutrient-rich, safe fish, especially for women of reproductive age, infants and young children.
Do women or men in the Barotse floodplain in Zambia experience higher post harvest fish losses? Why? And what’s the impact – both financially and physically to the fish? The answers to these questions, shown in this presentation, are helping WorldFish design and test appropriate innovations, including ways to overcome harmful norms, behaviours and power relations in the post harvest losses context.