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Stay up-to-date with the latest news and developments in research and innovations across aquatic food systems.

Q&A with Wanjiku Gichohi, WorldFish Senior Scientist and Nutrition Impact Area Lead 

Impact Story 3 minutes read

As we celebrate World Nutrition Day, we’re spotlighting the role of aquatic foods in the fight against global malnutrition. Despite being nutrient-rich and widely…

Nutrition • 28 May 2024

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Fragmented Water Management Threatens Cambodia's Mekong Delta Food Security: AMD Initiative Pushes Integrated Approach

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Cambodia’s Mekong Delta faces a food security crisis due to climate change, population growth, and fragmented water and land management. This disjointed approach hinders…

Small-scale fisheries • 24 May 2024

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‘We Have Similar Challenges’: Reflections from South-South Knowledge Exchange on Small-Scale Fisheries Monitoring

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Eight government representatives from Kenya, Mozambique, and Tanzania travelled to Timor-Leste to exchange knowledge and ideas on improving the monitoring of small-scale…

Capacity development • 20 May 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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