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Understanding livelihoods dependent on inland fisheries in Bangladesh and Southeast Asia: Vietnam country status report

Bangladesh Vietnam Asia Wednesday, January 1, 2003 Program report Program report Thursday, January 14, 2010 Download Fisheries Fresh water Livelihoods Wetlands Bangladesh Vietnam Asia Vo tong Anh Chiem, N.N. Duong Toi Dung 2 537 Information on fisheries ...

Type: Publication

Smoked marine fish from Western Region, Ghana: a value chain assessment

Program report WorldFish Center. USAID Integrated Coastal and Fisheries Governance Initiative for the Western Region, Ghana. 46p. Africa Ghana Program report Value Chains Entrepreneurship Saturday, January 1, 2011 Wednesday, October 12, 2011 Fish food ...

Type: Publication

Understanding livelihoods dependent on inland fisheries in Bangladesh and Southeast Asia: Vietnam summary report

Bangladesh Vietnam Asia Wednesday, January 1, 2003 Program report Program report Thursday, January 14, 2010 Download Aquatic resources Fisheries Fresh water Livelihoods Wetlands Bangladesh Vietnam Asia Sultana, P. Vo tong Anh Chiem, N.N. 2 535 This is one ...

Type: Publication

Prawn postlarvae fishing in coastal Bangladesh: challenges for sustainable livelihoods

Marine Policy 34(2):218-227 Bangladesh Primary Science Publication Peer-reviewed Publication Gender & Equity Friday, January 1, 2010 Friday, November 27, 2009 Biodiversity Crustaceans Fisheries Gender Livelihoods Poverty reduction Prawns Bangladesh ...

Type: Publication

Egyptian tilapia promoted at La Cuisine International Food Festival

WorldFish provided 100 Kilograms of its fresh Abbassa tilapia to be cooked by the Egyptian Chefs Association (ECA) at La Cuisine Festival held in Cairo, Egypt, on 10 December. The festival saw 1500 guests from around the world to sample dishes from chefs ...

Type: Press Release

Private sector facilitators: A new information source for fish farmers in Bangladesh

In rural Bangladesh, many fish farmers have limited access to information about aquaculture. Without reliable advice, farmers can make poor choices about how to manage their farm. Community Development Center Bangladesh Shrimp & Fish Foundation ...

Type: Story

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 ...

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Training and quality seed boosts shrimp production in Bangladesh

A quiet revolution is happening in the ponds of shrimp farmers in Bangladesh. In 2012, the average commercial shrimp farmer produced around 230 kg per hectare, which is low for global averages. Now, many farmers produce 280 kg per hectare, a 21 percent ...

Type: Story

Beyond the reef: Strengthening the livelihoods of coastal fishers in Timor-Leste

Small-scale aquaculture Livelihoods Resilience Participatory action research Reef fisheries Sustainable aquaculture Pacific Timor-Leste In the face of declining catches, coastal fishers are protecting and better managing their marine resources to achieve ...

Type: Story

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