GOBESHONA Global Conference: Climate information services for fisheries and aquaculture

A seven-day long annual Gobeshona Global Conference on climate change issues, focusing on Locally – Led Adaptation Action (LLA) hosted by the International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD).

Date: Monday-Sunday, 18-24 January 2021

Time: All Day

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Alternative seafood: Assessing food, nutrition and livelihood futures of plant-based and cell-based seafood

This report sets out to explain and explore the emerging alternative seafood sector. It focuses on identifying research questions regarding the implications of alternative seafood for food and nutrition security, livelihoods and the environment in low- and middle-income nations. The report presents an overview of both the “conventional seafood” sector, comprised of fisheries and aquaculture, as well as the alternative seafood sector.

Global Conference on Aquaculture Millennium +20: Aquaculture for Food and Sustainable Development

A hybrid conference under the theme “Aquaculture for food and sustainable development”, to identify the policy and technology innovations, investment opportunities and fruitful areas of cooperation in aquaculture for food and sustainable development.

Date: Wednesday-Monday, 22-27 September 2021

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World Fisheries Congress 2021: ‘Sharing Our Oceans And Rivers – A Vision For The World’s Fisheries’

Held every four years, the 8th World Fisheries Congress will be the largest gathering of research, industry and management sectors to discuss the latest advances in fisheries world-wide in Adelaide, Australia. 

Date: Monday-Friday, 20-24 September 2021

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The World Fisheries Congress is the key international fisheries conference. Aiming to foster cooperation and engagement in commercial, recreational and indigenous fisheries.

WorldFish strategy 2017-2022

The WorldFish mission is to strengthen livelihoods and enhance food and nutrition security by improving fisheries and aquaculture. We pursue this through research partnerships focused on helping those who stand to benefit the most—poor producers and consumers, women and children This strategy details the ambitious impact targets we have embraced, which are aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and charts our course to achieve them.

WorldFish in Tanzania

Fisheries are an important source of food, income and nutrition in Tanzania, where 25% of the country’s population depends on coastal resources or inland lakes for their livelihoods. Over 180,000 people are employed in the fisheries sector, with a further 19,223 people involved in fish farming. WorldFish is working with the Tanzanian government and development partners to increase aquaculture production, reduce postharvest fish losses and enhance the role of fish in nutrition.

Utility of river training structures and present status in Patuakhali District Bangladesh

The focus of this study was to know usefulness of river training structures, controlling hydro-morphological characteristics, socio-economic benefits of inhabitants and current situation of these structures in Patuakhali District. Evaluations were measured on hydro-morphological features of rivers, protection safety based on utility of structures, environmental and social benefits by spot visit, face to face interview and focus group discussion methods. Ten different river side location of Patuakhali District during July-Sep in 2015.

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