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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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(2022)Type: BlogNazmina Begum is one of the nine women in the North-western part of Bangladesh who was awarded as the "Best Aquaculture Farmers" in 2022 under the category of emerging fish farmer.
(2022)Type: ReportBased on the deliverable -7 of WorldFish under the APART project, the WorldFish Assam team has conducted 12 numbers of small fish nutrition promotion awareness, piloting and demonstration activities in different parts of ...
Climate Resilient Technologies/Practices to Support Pond Aquaculture and Beel Fisheries under APART, Assam, India (2022)Type: ReportOne of the probable reasons for this is the vulnerability of the state to the climate induced hazards like flood, erosion, drought, etc. which are adversely impacting the fishery sector of the state. In the year 2018, the ...
(2022)Type: Journal ArticleIntensification of fish farming practices is being driven by the demand for increased food production to support a rapidly growing global human population, particularly in lower-middle income countries. Intensification of ...
Molecular characterization, virulence profiling, antibiotic susceptibility, and scanning electron microscopy of Flavobacterium columnare isolates retrieved from Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) (2022)Type: Journal ArticleColumnaris is a common flavobacterial disease affecting tilapia aquaculture. Flavobacterium columnare has been identified as being responsible for the heavy mortalities of earthen-pond-cultured Nile tilapia (Oreochromis ...