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Socioeconomic factors that influence the adoption of small-scale rural fish farming at household level in Zimbabwe.

Primary Science Publication NAGA 18 (2): 25-29 Primary science publication Aquaculture Sustainable aquaculture Zimbabwe Sunday, January 1, 1995 Aquaculture Development Fish farming Household surveys Small-scale aquaculture Surveys Mandima, J.J. 2 225 ...

Type: Publication

The importance of fisheries and aquaculture to development

Primary Science Publication p. 353-364. In: Wramner, P.; Cullberg, M.; Ackefors, H. (eds.) Fisheries, sustainability and development. The Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry, Stockholm Africa Primary science publication Food & Nutrition ...

Type: Publication

Posters on Fisheries and AIDS programmes in Africa

Africa Thursday, January 1, 2009 The WorldFish Center. Zambia Other Other Monday, April 20, 2009 The WorldFish Center Aquaculture Fisheries Small-scale aquaculture Africa 2 040 Download This poster outlines 3 key programmes undertaken in 8 countries in ...

Type: Publication

Simple method for backyard production of snakehead (Channa striata Bloch) fry.

Primary Science Publication NAGA 15 (2): 22-23 Primary science publication Aquaculture Sustainable aquaculture Wednesday, January 1, 1992 Wednesday, July 22, 2009 Aquaculture Breeding Farmers Fry Small-scale aquaculture Yaakov, W.A.A.W. Ali, A.B. 2 390 ...

Type: Publication

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

Improved tilapia seed arrives in Myanmar

In Myanmar, aquaculture is capable of generating higher farm incomes than almost any other form of agriculture, making it an attractive option for rural farm households. Currently, more than 200,000 people are engaged in aquaculture, with the indigenous ...

Type: Story

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

Local service providers improve information access in Bangladesh

To help rural farmers access information about aquaculture, the USAID-funded Aquaculture for Income and Nutrition (AIN) project has trained fish feed and seed suppliers to become local service providers (LSP). Since 2015, over 1275 individuals have ...

Type: Video

Gill nets enable women to harvest nutritious fish in Bangladesh

In Bangladesh, both women and men are actively involved in aquaculture. But in poor households, where average income is USD 65.25 per month, women face barriers that prevent them from catching fish, even from their own homestead ponds. Gender-related ...

Type: Story

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