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Let's change the food security conversation on aquaculture
Friday, 25th July 2014
In many parts of the developing world, aquaculture has been touted for quite some time as an...
Small fish meets nourishment of mothers, children
Tuesday, 22nd July 2014
RANGPUR, July 19 (BSS): Production of micronutrient-enriched small fishes has been increasing...
Can Farmed Fish Feed The World Without Destroying The Environment?
Wednesday, 11th June 2014
We Americans love our fried shrimp, our and our fish sticks. And a lot of other people around the...

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Farmed Fish Production Must More than Double by 2050, New Analysis Finds
Thursday, 5th June 2014
Report Presents New Findings and Recommendations for Sustainable Aquaculture...
Charting Our Fishing Future
Monday, 28th April 2014
The Dutch Government and the Rockefeller Foundation announced on Thursday 23...
Innovative program to boost African fish trade and improve livelihoods
Friday, 25th April 2014
WorldFish, African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources (AU-IBAR...

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Aquaculture, Fisheries, Poverty and Food Security Allison, E.H. 2011. Fisheries and aquaculture play important roles in providing food and income in many developing countries, either as a stand-alone activity or in association with crop agriculture and livestock rearing. The aim of this paper is to identify how these contributions of fisheries and aquaculture to poverty...
Recently Director General Stephen Hall received a letter from a concerned seven year old, Bella Andrew, on the health of the oceans, climate change and the state of global fisheries. She clearly describes the problems she has observed, and offers some solutions to these problems. Below is their correspondance.  
A $2 million project to improve rural food security and livelihoods in Myanmar through the development of fisheries and small-scale aquaculture was officially launched last week by WorldFish and the Myanmar government Department of Fisheries.   The Myanmar government estimates that the fisheries and aquaculture sector employs over 2.6million people full and part-time, and increasing...
  Fish harvesting, Philippines. Photo by Westly Rosario A project to identify Nile tilapia ‘super strains’ in the Philippines will help to increase the living standards of poor fish farmers and consumers, create new employment opportunities and provide food security across the nation. Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) is the most cultured freshwater fish in the Philippines,...
  Women selling fish on the roadside, Egypt. Photo by Samuel Stacey, 2012   A group of women fish retailers in the Egyptian region of Shakshouk near Fayoum are realizing better profits from the sale of their fish after acquiring iceboxes. Iceboxes help them keep their fish fresh in the market, allowing them to sell more stock each day.   The iceboxes were supplied by...
Presentation by Douglas Beare at the 2nd International Conference on Climate Change and Social Issues, held in Kuala Lumpur from 28 to 29 November, 2012.   Strategies for adaptation to climate change in Timor Leste: the importance of climate thresholds from WorldFish
Presentation by Afrina Choudhury and Melody Braun at the 2nd International Conference on Climate Change and Social Issues, held in Kuala Lumpur from 28 to 29 November, 2012.   Impacts of climate smart integrated farming systems on women's nutrition and health in Bangladesh from WorldFish  
Farmers participating in the knowledge fair. Photo by Md. Mahabubur Rahman, 2012. Khulna, Bangladesh   Farmers from south west Bangladesh attended a Knowledge Fair hosted earlier this month by WorldFish to collaborate on the design of a research project to achieve their community-led objectives.   Over the past 3 months men and women from across 16...
  Farmed Nile Tilapia. Photo by Samuel Stacey, 2012. Click for high resolution. WorldFish, Malaysia (30 November 2012)   An improved breed of Nile Tilapia that grows 30% faster than non-improved strains is helping to increase aquaculture productivity and food security in Ghana.   The Water Research Institute (WRI), in partnership with WorldFish, has...
  A consumer purchases farmed Nile Tilapia in a Cairo fish market, Egypt. Photo by Samuel Stacey, 2012. Click for high resolution. WorldFish, Malaysia (30 November 2012)   Two improved strains of Nile Tilapia that grow 30% faster and heavier than non-improved strains are helping to increase aquaculture productivity and food security in West Africa and Egypt.  ...

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