Practical Aquaculture Feed Management

A virtual training session exploring innovative solutions to boost the sustainability of aquaculture feed management in food production systems in Africa.

Date: Thursday, 8 April 2021

Time: 21:00 (UTC+8)

In this virtual training session hosted by Aquaculture Africa Magazine, aquaculture experts came together to discuss innovative food system solutions to increase the sustainability, efficiency and productivity of aquatic feed management in Africa. 

Aquaculture Africa Magazine Focus: Central Laboratory for Aquaculture Research (CLAR)

A virtual webinar exploring innovative solutions to boost aquatic food systems in Abbassa, Egypt.

Date: Thursday, 25 March 2021

Time: 21:00 (UTC+8)

In this virtual webinar hosted by Aquaculture Africa Magazine, a group of experts came together to discuss the innovative research and development solutions to boost aquaculture production systems in Egypt.

An Ocean of Equal Opportunity - How the Blue Economy can advance Goal 5

A virtual discussion exploring innovative solutions for a more inclusive and gender-equal blue economy.

Date: Tuesday, 16 March 2021

Time: 18:55-20:00 (UTC+8)

In the lead up to UN Global Compact's Target Gender Equality Live, multi-sector leaders came together to discuss gender equality and female empowerment in key areas of the blue economy to ensure equal opportunities for all.

World Ocean Summit Virtual Week

A series of deep dives exploring global initiatives for a sustainable ocean economy.

Date: Monday-Friday, 1-5 March 2021

Time: 20:00 PM - 01:00 AM (UTC+8)

In this event hosted by The Economist Group's World Ocean Initiative, multi-disciplinary experts came together to discuss investment opportunities for improved food security and nutrition amidst COVID-19 and climate change shocks in coastal areas of low- and middle- income countries.

COVID-19 impacts and adaptations in Asia and Africa’s aquatic food value chains

We tracked the impacts of COVID-19 on aquatic food value chains in Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Myanmar and Nigeria during 2020. We assessed the availability and price of aquatic foods and production inputs using a high frequency panel survey of 767 actors from eight value chain nodes. We also conducted semi-structured phone interviews with 63 respondents in Bangladesh and online interviews with 100 aquatic food value chain actors and key informants from 17 sub-Saharan African countries.

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