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Smallholder-based oil palm and rubber production in the forest region of Guinea: An exploratory analysis of household food security outcomes

The Guinean government has promoted the large-scale production of industrial crops such as oil palm and rubber through the Guinean Oil Palm and Rubber Company (SOGUIPAH). Smallholder-based production of these crops has also been promoted to boost rural ...

Type: Publication

World Seafood Congress 2019

Theme: Seafood Supply Chains of the Future

WorldFish will be partnering with Penang Institute and other partners to co-hosting the World Seafood Congress (WSC) 2019. The conference will study and discuss aspects of innovation, responsibility and sustainability in cutting-edge research relevant to the fishing industry at large, with Asia being given special focus.

With the theme “Seafood Supply Chains of the Future”, the conference unites a distinctive and world-class blend of scientists, researchers and leaders both from the scholarly community and industry to trade their information, experiences and research advancements on fish inspection, quality management and technological developments in the seafood sector. It will also address existing and evolving conditions that are critical for the sustainability of fisheries, aquaculture and ocean ecosystems, and demonstrate new innovations and solutions to these challenges.

There will be 11 themes under 3 topics during the World Seafood Congress and the list of the themes are as follow:

  • The Future of the Seafood Industry
  • International Trade
  • Digital Globalization of the Seafood Industry
  • Women in the Seafood Industry
  • Consumer Protection and Food Safety
  • Fishing Governance
  • Food Security
  • Aquaculture
  • Environmental Concerns
  • Responsible Seafood
  • Multi-Regional Perspective for Delivering Sustainable Development Goals
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Location: 
Pulau Pinang
Malaysia
Date: 
Monday, September 9, 2019 to Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Related sustainable development goals: 

Strengthening and scaling community-based approaches to Pacific coastal fisheries management in support of the New Song

In the small island developing states of the Pacific, catching, trading and eating fish are central to the way of life and local and national economies. Local and external pressures on marine resources, and high reliance on fisheries as a livelihood, mean ...

Type: Project

The big data supporting small-scale fisheries research

In this animated audio clip, bioinformatics researcher Shaun Wilkinson explains the data tool behind WorldFish's winning proposal for the CGIAR Platform for Big Data in Agriculture's 2018 Inspire Challenge. ...

Type: Video

What can big data do for small-scale fisheries?

WorldFish scientist Alex Tilley talks about his winning proposal for the CGIAR Platform for Big Data in Agriculture's 2018 Inspire Challenge. ...

Type: Video

Assam Agribusiness and Rural Transformation Project (APART)

In the Indian state of Assam, capture fisheries and aquaculture provide livelihoods for thousands of rural households, who are directly or indirectly involved in the production and marketing of fish.  While the current average productivity in ponds is ...

Type: Project

Prospects and challenges of fish for food security in Africa

Fish contribute to Africa's food and nutrition security, but future directions for the fish sector remain uncertain. Using a structural foresight modeling approach, this paper examines past, present, and future trends of fish supply and demand in ...

Type: Publication

Fish supply and demand for food security in Sub-Saharan Africa: An analysis of the Zambian fish sector

The demand for fish in Sub-Saharan Africa, as driven by the trend of diet-shift to fish, economic and demographic growth, outstrips supply. The resulting fish deficit is drawing attention of policy makers as it poses threats to economic stability as well ...

Type: Publication

Investment in aquaculture essential to meet Africa’s food demand

Investment in Africa’s aquaculture sector could see production increase six-fold from 2.9 million metric tons to 19 million metric tons a year. Conversely, without science-based solutions, aquaculture production will stagnate and annual per capita fish ...

Type: Story

Putting fish on the table: World Food Day 2018

https://mailchi.mp/worldfishcenter/international-day-of-rural-women-1192829 Food security Nutrition October 2018 ...

Type: Newsletter

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