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.
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(2021)Type: ReportOver the last decade, the aquaculture sector in Zambia and Malawi has tremendously grown. The availability of commercial feed companies producing complete commercial feed diets in Zambia has been one of the key factors ...
A call for action to the fish world: a guide to fish-related paragraphs of the plan of implementation of the world summit on sustainable development (2002)It contains tables and a selected verbatim set of the paragraphs and sub paragraphs of the recent Plan of Implementation of the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) held in Johannesburg, South Africa, from ...
(2021)Type: Training MaterialThis English language training material is a facilitator guide for peer to peer learning on better management practices for post-harvest handling and trading of fresh fish
(2020)Type: ManualThe purpose of the manual is to disseminate a standardised methodology of deboning and bone softening of Rohu, which will enable to deliver ready to cook or ready to serve food products from Rohu fish. The training manual ...
IIED_Carrots and sticks: incentives to conserve hilsa fish in Myanmar. Semi-Annual Report April 2020 – September 2020 Type: Donor ReportThe report outlines the progress over 6 month (April – Sept 2020) of the activities implemented by WorldFish under the Darwin Initiative, Carrots and sticks: incentives to conserve hilsa fish in Myanmar project.