Facilitating Inclusive Community-Based Management of Coastal Fisheries
People who rely on a natural resource should be central to decisions about how that resource is used and managed. This principle is at the core of community-based resource management (CBRM).
A climate-resilient and inclusive aquatic foods system
Marine and freshwater resources provide millions of impoverished people across the world with livelihoods and provide a range of critical ecosystem services. One billion people worldwide rely on fish as their main or only source of animal protein.
A New Concept for Rapid Genomic Detection of Fish Disease
In 2019, a WorldFish team, led by Dr. Jerome Delamare-Deboutteville, received a CGIAR Inspire Challenge award worth USD $100,000 to test a new concept for rapid detection and diagnosis of fish disease.
Geospatial Tools for integrated food production in Myanmar
This video provides an overview of the geospatial tools WorldFish researchers are using in fish-rice farming systems in Myanmar.
Digital Dynamism: Driving aquatic foods research with data and digital technologies
Watch this glimpse video on how WorldFish has been driving aquatic foods research with data and digital technologies. Jacqueline Muliro, Research Knowledge and Data Manager, WorldFish goes through some of the initiatives that have been instrumental in overcoming the COVID-19 disruption and how WorldFish has embraced digital transformation to advance the aquatic foods research agenda.
Climate Risk Reduction in Aquaculture
Similarly to crops, fish grow better in the right weather conditions. On the contrary, adverse weather events hamper the growth of fish, hence bringing forth risks for fish farmers. However, for many farmers, are unbeknowst to this "risk" brought about by unfavourable weather conditions.
Following the fish inland: understanding fish distribution networks for development and nutrition
In developing countries, small-scale fisheries are both a pivotal source of livelihood and essential for the nutritional intake of larger food insecure populations. Distribution networks that move fish from landing sites to coastal and inland consumers offer entry points to address livelihood enhancement and food security objectives of rural development initiatives.
Fish Talk: Nutrition Day Special with focus on COVID-19
Virtual Ocean Dialogues: Nourishing Billions
Virtual Dialogue: A Systems Approach for Climate-resilient and Inclusive Aquatic Foods
The Big Fish Series - Alternative Seafood: A sustainable food future?
Fish for Progress: Investor Forum Meeting