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WorldFish and the International Rice Research Institute to host Myanmar’s first international scientific symposium on rice-fish systems

WorldFish and the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), under the patronage of H.E. Dr. Aung Thu, Myanmar’s Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation, will host the first Southeast Asia Rice-Fish Systems (RFS) Symposium: Optimizing Land ...

Type: Press Release

Utilizing different aquatic resources for livelihoods in Asia: a resource book.

The search for sustainable livelihood approaches to reduce poverty continues to pose a challenge to rural development planners and practitioners. Many fishers and farmers have developed methods of aquaculture that use water-based, natural-capital stocks ...

Type: Publication

Women in fisheries: pointers for development

This paper provides a short guide to what each paper in the proceedings contains, the approach it takes and, across all papers, the main messages for human development. It concluded by summarizing all the messages into 10pointers for development. ...

Type: Publication

Dynamic Agribusiness Focused Aquaculture for Poverty Reduction and Economic Growth in Bangladesh: A Policy Brief (English Version)

Aquaculture Policy Poverty reduction Bangladesh Ahmed, M. 673 Friday, September 7, 2007 Sunday, January 1, 2006 Bangladesh WorldFish publication Policy brief Policy brief ...

Type: Publication

Spatial patterns of rural poverty and their relationships with welfare-influencing factors in Bangladesh.

This study determines the spatial variation of rural poverty in Bangladesh and its relation to people's livelihood assets affecting their ability to procure food. We estimated household income for over 1 million census households using a predictor ...

Type: Publication

Outlook for fish to 2020: meeting global demand

The seemingly inexhaustible oceans have proved to be finite after all. Landings of wild fish have leveled off since the mid-1980s, and many stocks of fish are fished so heavily that their future is threatened. And yet the world’s appetite for fish has ...

Type: Publication

Relevance of a rapid appraisal approach to identify locally available feed ingredients to small-scale Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus L.) aquaculture

Applications of a rapid appraisal approach to identify locally available feed ingredients in feed formulation, production, and socio-economics of Nile tilapia aquaculture in Bangladesh are discussed. Three diets of 35%, 30%, and 25% crude protein were ...

Type: Publication

Snorkel the web: ReefBase brings a sea change in access to information about coral reefs

This fact sheet highlights ReefBase, an award-winning online global information system designed to facilitate research on, and the management of, coral reefs to enhance their protection. Launched in 2002, ReefBase was developed by The Worldfish Center in ...

Type: Publication

Fish: an issue for everyone - a concept paper for Fish for All

Fish for All is a global initiative that will create an informed inclusive public dialogue, shape a vision of the future of aquatic life, and contribute to food security and improved livelihoods for the poor in developing countries. Biodiversity Climate ...

Type: Publication

Aquaculture - food and livelihoods for the poor in Asia : a brief overview of the issues

The last three decades have witnessed dramatic changes in the supply of and demand for fish. Global demand for fish has risen rapidly with rising populations and increasing per capita fish consumption. The rise in demand has been met by a rapid growth in ...

Type: Publication

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