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World Water Week

Water for society: Including all

World Water Week is organized by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) and takes place in Stockholm, Sweden on an annual basis. It has been the focal point for global water issues since 1991. It is foremost a collaborative learning experience, providing a unique forum and opportunity to facilitate the exchange of views, experiences, and practices between the scientific, business, policy and civil society.

For this year, the theme will focus on Water for society – Including all with the seminars driven by the Scientific Programme Committee and many other sessions focused on many important aspects of this theme.

On Thursday 29 August 2019 during the World Water Week, under program "Inland fisheries, freshwater governance, and the 2030 Agenda" session from 16.00-17.30 (GMT+1) at Room L11, Dr. Sonali Senaratna Sellamuttu, IWMI Representative Southeast Asia and Myanmar also a member of FISH Management Committee (MC) of CGIAR Research Program on Fish Agri-Food Systems (FISH) led by WorldFish, will be presenting on "Inland fisheries in multifunctional landscapes: how to increase fish productivity in man-made multi-use landscapes" during the Ignite-style speed presentations. World Water Week is building on SIWI’s mission to leverage knowledge and our convening power to strengthen water governance for a just, prosperous, and sustainable future. The World Water Week program consists of seminars, workshops, plenaries, live-interviews and much more.

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Location: 
Johanneshov
Sweden
Date: 
Saturday, August 24, 2019 to Thursday, August 29, 2019
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WorldFish, IRRI and IWMI sign 5-year agreement

Institutional leaders discuss how agreement will accelerate a food system transformation in Southeast Asia.   ...

Type: Video

Enhancing fisheries productivity through improved management of reservoirs, dams and other water control structures

Dams and the reservoirs they create are increasingly ubiquitous in landscapes throughout the world. They have a major impact on fisheries, presenting both opportunities and constraints. This brief, written for both water sector and fisheries sector ...

Type: Publication

Concurrent rice-fish trials: comparing regular and border planting patterns

Details are given of experiments conducted at the Freshwater Aquaculture Centre at Munoz, Philippines, to investigate the effects of varying the rice planting pattern on fish yields in integrated rice field aquaculture systems.Regular planting and border ...

Type: Publication

Increasing water productivity in agriculture

Increasing water productivity is an important element in improved water management for sustainable agriculture, food security and healthy ecosystem functioning. Water productivity is defined as the amount of agricultural output per unit of water depleted, ...

Type: Publication

Effect of the filter-feeder silver carp on the water quality of fertilized earthen ponds and Nile tilapia production

The objective of this study is to test the effect of silver carp on water quality and tilapia yield. Algae Carp Fish farming Fish ponds Research Tilapia Water management Egypt Ibrahim, N.A. 3 764 Download Friday, August 8, 2014 Tuesday, January 1, 2013 ...

Type: Publication

Enhancing the productivity of small waterbodies

In this review, the author provides an overview of the small water bodies as an important inland fishery resource and analyses the global trends in their utilization. He also assesses the opportunities for enhancing fish production from these water bodies ...

Type: Publication

Management of Laguna de Bay, Philippines

The role that Laguna de Bay plays in the development of the area as a multi-use resource for fisheries, irrigation, industry and domestic water supply is discussed. Future exploitation of the lake is examined briefly, with respect tomanagement measures to ...

Type: Publication

Multiple water use as an approach for increased basin productivity and improved adaptation: a case study from Bangladesh

This study, supported by the Challenge Program Water and Food (CPWF-Project 35), demonstrates the case of multiple-use of water through seasonal aquaculture interventions for improved rice–fish production systems in the Bangladesh floodplains. The project ...

Type: Publication

Tonle Sap scoping report

The scoping mission team was composed of 14 people representing research institutions (RUPP), government (FiA, IFReDI), NGOs (ANKO, ADIC) and CGIAR institutions (WorldFish and Bioversity). The scoping trip was carried out over a 7-day period from April 28 ...

Type: Publication

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