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Fighting food and nutrition insecurity

The Government of Bangladesh has clearly stated that agriculture, food security and nutrition are major priorities for the country. In the 2010 Bangladesh Country Investment Plan (CIP) a coherent set of priority investment programs to improve food ...

Type: Press Release

CSISA-Bangladesh celebrates International Women's Day

CSISA-Bangladesh (CSISA-BD) organized a series of International Women's Day events to recognize the contributions of women farmers to agriculture in Barisal, Jessore and Mymensingh districts, Bangladesh. The events culminated in a special half-day ...

Type: Press Release

A major step in the fight against hunger as the CGIAR Consortium attains international organization status

The CGIAR Consortium, representing the world’s largest global agriculture research partnership aimed at reducing rural poverty and hunger was officially granted international organization status today. The agreement conferring the status was signed today ...

Type: Press Release

Save the Children joins WordFish-backed Feed the Future project

Save the Children is the latest organization to lend support to the Feed the Future aquaculture project in Bangladesh, enabling another 12,000 households to join the scheme. Feed the Future is a 5-year USAID-funded scheme. Households who join are provided ...

Type: Press Release

WorldFish Director General Stephen Hall launches aquaculture podcast

WorldFish Director General Stephen Hall's essential aquaculture blog, Expiscor, is now available for mobile devices as a downloadable podcast at the iTunes Store and for viewing on the WorldFish YouTube channel. The new podcast service aims to be the ...

Type: Press Release

Expiscor - Fish - Making a meal of it

27 million tonnes of fish are used each year to feed animals, can we use these better? There is something circular about the idea of catching fish to use as feed for farmed fish, livestock, poultry and our pets. And with about one third of the global fish ...

Type: Audio

Expiscor - Fish and nutrition - Not all fish are created equal

How do we help the malnourished by choosing which fish is most nutritious? The idea that fish is a healthy diet choice is widespread, but fish differ in the benefits they offer, with implications for how we help the malnourished. ...

Type: Audio

WorldFish works to put fish in diets of HIV sufferers in Zambia

WorldFish and partners in Zambia have found evidence suggesting the introduction of fish into the diet can help prevent or slow the onset of AIDS-related illnesses among HIV sufferers. Clinical trials found strong indications that adding 2.5 kg of dried ...

Type: Press Release

New study first to identify national economies that are likely to suffer most as climate change imperils fisheries

With climate change threatening to destroy coral reefs, push saltwater into freshwater habitats and produce more coastal storms, millions of struggling people in fishery-dependent nations of Africa, Asia and South America could face unprecedented hardship ...

Type: Press Release

WorldFish’s Anti-HIV/AIDS Projects Win World Bank Award

WorldFish scientists in Malawi and Cameroon have won World Bank Global Development Marketplace awards for their work developing cutting-edge solutions to pressing social and economic problems in Africa. • Daniel Jamu's Adapting Aquaculture to HIV ...

Type: Press Release

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