Video and audio
WorldFish increasingly publishes short films, videos and audio files on our work. We also publish, with permission, related work from our partners. See the latest audio and video files below or visit the WorldFish YouTube channel.
|Big Fish Small Fry||
This film reports on some unintended consequences resulting from changes in fishing practices on Lake Victoria (Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania). Following investment from aid organizations and international development banks, a small scale local or regional fishery has become a commercial, export driven fishery providing Nile perch for the European, Japanese and American markets, and sardines for fishmeal.
|BBC Asia interview with Dr. Stephen Hall, Director General (WorldFish)||
BBC film on overfishing in tropical Asian waters
|Fish farming supports HIV-affected families in Africa||
Malawi — the food crisis is adding to the misery of countries already crippled by other burdens like drought and HIV. Here people are turning to fish farming, not only for food and income but also as a way to cope with the challenges of HIV — in particular the orphans from AIDS. This video takes a look at WorldFish's work with partners to reduce poverty and hunger in Africa through fish farming.
|Fish for life: rehabilitating lives after natural disasters||
Coastal areas, the inhabitants of which are often dependant on fish for food and income, are increasingly those most affected by natural disasters. This video takes a look at how one remote fishing community in Aceh Indonesia, which was totally destroyed following the 2004 tsunami, is benefiting from rehabilitation efforts by WorldFish & partners that put the community at the heart of planning and implementing new options for their future.
|Deadly Catch: Lake Victoria's AIDS Crisis||
More than 20 years since the discovery of the AIDS virus, and despite huge advances in the prevention and treatment of the disease, AIDS is still decimating communities across Africa. This is the story of one such community.
|WorldFish honored as 2005 Tech Museum Awards Laureate||
WorldFish's mission is to reduce poverty and hunger by improving fisheries and aquaculture in developing countries. The GIFT technology consists of a series of scientifically proven steps that, when applied in the context of a well conducted program, have dramatically improved the rate of growth, and hence the productivity of Nile Tilapia, and culminated in the development of the GIFT strain.