Open Access at WorldFish
WorldFish research is regarded as international public goods, and we are committed to the widespread dissemination of all our information products. One of the organizational objectives of WorldFish is to make all of its products open. This is in line with both the Center’s Research Data Management and Open Access Policy and the CGIAR Open Access and Data Management Policy. Opening our research, including publications, data and tools, ensures that more people can read and apply our research findings, thereby increasing the efficiency, reach and impact of our work.
This repository is built on the DSpace platform, and we hope this will make accessing our material easier.
Communities in WorldFish Repository
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(2020)Type: ReportThis policy gap analysis identifies threats to coral reefs, evaluates the effectiveness of the existing legal framework to address these threats, and formulates recommendations to strengthen community-based natural resource ...
(2021)Type: Journal ArticleAnimal-source foods (ASF), such as fish, provide a critical source of nutrients for dietary quality and optimal growth of children. In sub-Saharan Africa, children often consume monotonous cereal-based diets, a key determinate ...
Illustrated guideline on how to finalize the reporting of Milestones via the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) platform (2021)Type: PresentationThis is an illustrated guideline created to support the Center's Research Program (CRP) annual reporting process via the MEL platform.
Illustrated guideline on how to report Milestones via the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) platform (2021)Type: PresentationThis is an illustrated guideline created to support the Center's Research Program (CRP) annual reporting process via the MEL platform.
(2020)Type: BlogMillions of people across the globe work in and around small-scale fisheries, which provides them and their communities with vital income, food and nutrition and sustains their culture. Here, we hear from fishers and ...