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Mountain GIS: promoting geographic information and earth observation applications for the sustainable development of the Hindu Kush-Himalayan region

Primary Science Publication Conference of the Mountain Forum and ICIMOD. 14-28 Jan 2008. Nepal, The Mountain Forum Secretariat. 60 p. Peer-reviewed Publication Climate Change Climate Change Thursday, January 1, 2009 Monday, July 6, 2009 Biodiversity ...

Type: Publication

Influence of built structures on local livelihoods: case studies of road development, irrigation and fishing lots

Asian Development Bank. 50 p. Monday, January 1, 2007 Program report Program report Thursday, June 24, 2010 Download Development Environmental impact Fresh water Livelihoods Ratner, B.D. Rahut, D.B. Käkönen, M. Navy, H. Keskinen, M. Yim, S. Suong, L. ...

Type: Publication

ICOD: training and scholarships for integrated ocean development.

NAGA 9 (4): 11-12 Wednesday, January 1, 1986 Primary Science Publication Peer-reviewed Publication Thursday, May 14, 2009 Download Development Oceans Szpakowska, Z. 2 091 The International Centre for Ocean Development (ICOD) was established as a crown ...

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Strategy targets increased sustainable fish production, food and nutrition security for millions

WorldFish’s new six-year strategy, launched today, aims to boost sustainable aquaculture production and small-scale fisheries in developing countries, at the same time helping many of the world’s poorest fishers and fish farmers exit poverty. The strategy ...

Type: Press Release

Why postharvest fish losses most affect the poor

Between 27% and 39% of the global fish catch is being wasted each year, but the impact of these losses is most felt by the poor in developing countries. Froukje Kruijssen, a senior advisor at the Royal Tropical Institute in Amsterdam and a value chain ...

Type: Audio

Nutrition and Fish-based Livelihoods for Development in Indo-Pacific Region

Fish play critical roles in the economic development and food security of coastal people. Yet sustained production of fish for nutrition and income is exposed to many stressors and shocks, notably globalization of trade, poor governance and planning in ...

Type: Project

Gill nets enable women to harvest nutritious fish in Bangladesh

In Bangladesh, both women and men are actively involved in aquaculture. But in poor households, where average income is USD 65.25 per month, women face barriers that prevent them from catching fish, even from their own homestead ponds. Gender-related ...

Type: Story

Inland aquaculture holds promise in Solomon Islands

Fish is a diet staple in Solomon Islands, a country of 992 islands surrounded by productive coastal fisheries. But for inland communities, where fresh fish are expensive to buy and supply is irregular, fish consumption is often low. “In the past, normally ...

Type: Story

WorldFish partners Odisha State to scale-up aquaculture and reduce malnutrition

WorldFish and the Government of Odisha, India have entered into an agreement to sustainably boost aquaculture in the state. WorldFish will provide support to increase the productivity of aquaculture through improvements in seed, technology and farming ...

Type: Press Release

Malaysian Department of Fisheries and WorldFish establish new research committee

The Malaysian Department of Fisheries (DoF) and WorldFish have today signed an agreement establishing the Technical Committee on Research Collaboration to promote the sustainable development of aquaculture and fisheries in Malaysia. The agreement ...

Type: Press Release

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