Search results

Your search for "3016" gave back 7 results.

A Gendered Value Chain Analysis of Post Harvest Losses in the Barotse Floodplain, Zambia

Do women or men in the Barotse floodplain in Zambia experience higher post harvest fish losses? Why? And what’s the impact – both financially and physically to the fish? The answers to these questions, shown in this presentation, are helping WorldFish ...

Type: Online Presentation

Reviving traditional land management in Zambia

Every year Zambia’s Barotse Floodplain is inundated by seasonal rain, transforming its expansive, flat grasslands into an immense inland sea. Home to more than 240,000 people, the 1.2 million hectare plain is traversed by a network of man-made canals that ...

Type: Story

Community theatre inspires women fish retailers in Egypt

Exposed to the intense Egyptian sun, a woman sits by the side of a dirt road selling freshly harvested tilapia from a local fish farm. Tired after rising at dawn to buy her produce, she is approached by a man who demands that she pay him a fee for her ...

Type: Story

Aquaculture training helps Egyptian farmers increase profits

Forming a vast grid across the flat, dry countryside, Egypt’s aquaculture ponds sit side-by-side in designated fish farming zones. Employing more than 140,000 people full time, the industry has boomed over the last two decades and continues to grow at a ...

Type: Story

Giving women a voice in Ghana’s coastal resource management

For centuries the vibrant coastal communities of Ghana’s Western Region have relied on wild caught fish from the once fertile waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Today, fish remains a staple food for even the poorest in these communities and is critical to ...

Type: Story

Combining aquaculture and agriculture to promote food security in Malawi

Malawi is one of the world's least-developed countries. Its economy is heavily based in agriculture, with a largely rural population. Many of its more than 15 million people are in need of food assistance. The food security situation in Malawi is ...

Type: Story

Fish farms help boost nutrition and income for HIV affected in Malawi

In the village of Chiunda in southern Malawi, bicycles were the first sign that things were going well. Owning a bike is a luxury and there presence indicates that there’s enough money for food, clothes and school fees. The reason for this relative wealth ...

Type: Story