Focusing on Bangladesh and Zambia but with a global scope, this project aims to find ways to meet the food and nutrition needs of the poor, particularly women and children, by gaining valuable insights into fish consumption patterns. It seeks to quantify the contribution of fish and fish products to the diets of poor men, women and children and examines existing aquaculture systems and value chains with respect to the food and nutritional requirements of poor consumers. It will study the development of future fish supply and demand structures that reflect the dietary needs of poor households and identify sustainable production systems that better respond to future needs.

Related sustainable development goals: