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Zambia Enhances Climate Change Resilience in Fisheries and Aquaculture with Innovative Digital Information Systems

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Digital fisheries information systems are vital in providing climate information services (CIS) to small-scale fishers and aquaculture farmers. They help them to plan…

Climate • 01 Mar 2024

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We Need to Scale Up Climate Innovations for Aquaculture Resilience

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Imagine nurturing fish from spawn to sale, only for a sudden flood or cyclone to wipe out an entire season’s work overnight. For small-scale fish farmers in Bangladesh,…

Climate • 29 Feb 2024

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The Genetic Improvement Program Training Enhancing Skills among Government Officers in Zambia

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An intensive two-day training workshop on Tilapia genetics analysis in the Copperbelt province of Zambia was held by WorldFish recently.  The training gave insights into…

Capacity development • 28 Feb 2024

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Big Facts on Aquatic Foods

800

million number of people around the world who depend on small-scale fisheries and aquaculture for their livelihoods.

204

million tons - the volume of aquatic food production by 2030.

60

million - number of people engaged in the primary sector of fisheries and aquaculture in 2018.

24

trillion - the value of the ocean economy, including fisheries, shipping lanes and tourism.

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