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    • COVID-19 impacts and adaptation in aquatic food supply chains in Bangladesh - One year into the pandemic 

      Haas, B.; Mamun, A.; Ghazali, S.B.; Dhar, G.; Pounds, A.; Saadiah binti Ghazali: 0000-0001-9796-6159 (2021)
      Type: Internal Report
      In 2020, we conducted a bi-weekly phone survey with 105 fish supply chain actors in Bangladesh, to assess the impact of COVID-19 on the availability and price of aquatic foods and production inputs (Middleton et al 2020). ...
    • COVID-19 impacts and adaptation in aquatic food supply chains in Egypt - One year into the pandemic 

      Haas, B.; EL-Sira, I.S.; Nasr-Allah, A.M.; Pounds, A.; Ibrahim Salah EL-Sira: 0000-0002-6521-3563; Ahmed Mohamed Nasr-Allah: 0000-0001-6299-8556 (2021)
      Type: Internal Report
      In 2020, we conducted a bi-weekly phone survey with 75 fish supply chain actors in Egypt covering the period February to November, to assess impacts of COVID-19 on the availability and price of aquatic foods and production ...
    • COVID-19 impacts and adaptation in aquatic food supply chains in Myanmar - One year into the pandemic 

      Haas, B.; Khin, M.; Myint, K.T.; Phyo, E.E.; Oo, K.; Khaing, K.; Than Oo, A.; Phyu, Y.; Pan Wai, N.; Noot, S.; Yu, M.; Ghazali, S.B.; Dhar, G.; Pounds, A.; Ei Ei Phyo: 0000-0002-3745-7659; Saadiah binti Ghazali: 0000-0001-9796-6159 (2021)
      Type: Internal Report
      In 2020, we conducted a bi-weekly phone survey with 143 fish supply chain actors in Myanmar to assess impacts of COVID-19 on the availability and price of aquatic foods and production inputs. In 2021, we conducted a follow-up ...
    • COVID-19 impacts and adaptation in aquatic food supply chains in Nigeria - One year into the pandemic 

      Haas, B.; Olaniyi, A.A.; Siriwardena, S.N.; Rosen, L.; Ghazali, S.B.; Dhar, G.; Pounds, A.; Saadiah binti Ghazali: 0000-0001-9796-6159 (2021)
      Type: Internal Report
      In 2020, we conducted a bi-weekly phone survey, covering the period from February to November, with 86 fish supply chain actors in Nigeria, to assess the impact of COVID-19 on the availability and price of aquatic foods ...
    • COVID-19 impacts and adaptation in aquatic food supply chains in Odisha - One year into the pandemic 

      Haas, B.; Sahoo, M.; Nayak, K.; Das, S.R.; Sahoo, S.; Shenoy, N.; Mohanty, B.; Baliyarsingh, B.K.; Pounds, A. (2021)
      Type: Internal Report
      In 2020, we conducted a bi-weekly phone survey with 104 fish supply chain actors in Odisha, India, about their business activity between February and October 2020 to assess the impact of COVID-19 on the availability and ...
    • COVID-19 impacts and adaptations in Asia and Africa’s aquatic food value chains 

      Belton, B.; Rosen, L.; Middleton, L.; Ghazali, S.B.; Mamun, A.; Shieh, J.; Noronha, H.S.; Dhar, G.; Ilyas, M.; Price, C.R.; Nasr-Allah, A.M.; EL-Sira, I.S.; Baliarsingh, B.K.; Panemangalore, A.P.; Rajendran, S.; Mohan, A.B.; Akester, M.J.; Phyo, E.E.; Khin, M.; Olaniyi, A.A.; Siriwardena, S.N.; Bostock, J.; Little, D.; Phillips, M.J.; Thilsted, S.H.; Saadiah binti Ghazali: 0000-0001-9796-6159; Christopher Ross Price: 0000-0002-1353-0188; Ahmed Mohamed Nasr-Allah: 0000-0001-6299-8556; Ibrahim Salah EL-Sira: 0000-0002-6521-3563; Arun Padiyar Panemangalore: 0000-0002-5271-8642; Michael Joseph Akester: 0000-0001-6526-1613; Ei Ei Phyo: 0000-0002-3745-7659; Michael John Phillips: 0000-0002-0282-0286; Shakuntala Haraksingh Thilsted: 0000-0002-4041-1651 (2021)
      Type: Journal Article
      The COVID-19 pandemic is a shock affecting all areas of the global food system. We tracked the impacts of COVID-19 and associated policy responses on the availability and price of aquatic foods and production inputs during ...
    • COVID-19 impacts and adaptations in Asia and Africa’s aquatic food value chains 

      Belton, B.; Rosen, L.; Middleton, L.; Ghazali, S.B.; Mamun, A.; Shieh, J.; Noronha, H.S.; Dhar, G.; Ilyas, M.; Price, C.R.; Nasr-Allah, A.M.; EL-Sira, I.S.; Baliarsingh, B.K.; Panemangalore, A.P.; Rajendran, S.; Mohan, A.B.; Babu, R.; Akester, M.J.; Phyo, E.E.; Khin, M.; Olaniyi, A.A.; Siriwardena, S.N.; Bostock, J.; Little, D.; Phillips, M.J.; Thilsted, S.H.; Saadiah binti Ghazali: 0000-0001-9796-6159; Christopher Ross Price: 0000-0002-1353-0188; Ahmed Mohamed Nasr-Allah: 0000-0001-6299-8556; Ibrahim Salah EL-Sira: 0000-0002-6521-3563; Arun Padiyar Panemangalore: 0000-0002-5271-8642; Michael Joseph Akester: 0000-0001-6526-1613; Ei Ei Phyo: 0000-0002-3745-7659; Michael John Phillips: 0000-0002-0282-0286; Shakuntala Haraksingh Thilsted: 0000-0002-4041-1651 (2021)
      Type: Working Paper
      We tracked the impacts of COVID-19 on aquatic food value chains in Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Myanmar and Nigeria during 2020. We assessed the availability and price of aquatic foods and production inputs using a high ...
    • COVID-19 impacts on women fish processors and traders in sub-Saharan Africa 

      Drew, L.; Taylor, E.; Walter, C.; Cohen, P.J.; Hicks, C.; Patel, A.E.; McDougall, C.; Phillips, M.J.; Philippa Jane Cohen: 0000-0002-9987-1943; Cynthia McDougall: 0000-0002-5606-6813; Michael John Phillips: 0000-0002-0282-0286 (2021)
      Type: Video
      Footage of african women fish traders and processors, telling their story about the impacts of Covid-19 on them, their families and their businesses. This video - produced by On Our Radar, WorldFish and University of ...
    • COVID-19 impacts on women fish processors and traders in sub-Saharan Africa: 10 recommendations for building forward better 

      McDougall, C.; Marwaha, N.; Atkins, M.; Cohen, P.J.; Patel, A.E.; Beyene, B.A.; Goreth, V.; Hammad, S.; Kobusingye, L.; Lukanga, E.; Maisha, P.; Mkumbo, A.; Mountsoueke, J.P.; Njeri, S.; Nyendwa, K.; Yerina, A.; Phillips, M.J.; Cynthia McDougall: 0000-0002-5606-6813; Nisha Marwaha: 0000-0001-9822-4085; Philippa Jane Cohen: 0000-0002-9987-1943; Michael John Phillips: 0000-0002-0282-0286 (2021)
      Type: Brief
      Women participate in all parts of fish food systems but are most visible in post-harvest processing and trade of fish. More than 90 percent of women in the African fisheries and aquaculture sector earn their livelihoods ...
    • COVID-19 impacts on women fish processors and traders in sub-Saharan Africa: Insights and recommendations for building forward better 

      Atkins, M.; McDougall, C.; Cohen, P.J.; Cynthia McDougall: 0000-0002-5606-6813; Philippa Jane Cohen: 0000-0002-9987-1943 (2021)
      Type: Brief
      The COVID-19 pandemic and accompanying responses to mitigate this global health crisis have resulted in substantial disruptions to demand, production, distribution and labor in fisheries, aquaculture and food systems. These ...
    • Crab fisheries in Cambodia and the development of crab banks 

      Chap Sopanha; Meng Kiman; Tep Chansothea; Joffre, O. (2012)
      Type: Report
      The crab (swimming crab; Portunus pelagicus) fishery in coastal Cambodia appears to have declined in recent years due to over-fishing and a growth in the number of fishermen, but remains an important source of income for ...
    • Creating rural livelihoods in Solomon Islands through an environmentally friendly trade of marine ornamentals for the aquarium trade: lessons learned 

      The WorldFish Center (2010)
      Type: Brief
      The marine ornamental trade became active in Solomon Islands in the mid-1980s, primarily through the wild harvest of corals and fish. The initiation of more sustainable techniques (cultured giant clams and farmed corals) ...
    • Crisis sentinel indicators: Averting a potential meltdown in the Coral Triangle 

      Cabral, R.; Cruz-Trinidad, A.; Geronimo, R.; Napitupulu, L.; Lokani, P.; Boso, D.; Casal, C.M.; Ahmad Fatan, N.; Aliño, P. (2013)
      Type: Journal Article
      The Coral Triangle (CT) includes some or all of the land and seas of six countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, the Solomon Islands, and Timor-Leste (CT6). It covers only 1.1% of the world's ...
    • Criteria for release strategies and evaluating the restocking of sea cucumbers 

      Purcell, S.W (2004)
      Type: Report
      Conservative management should be the key to sustainable sea cucumber fisheries, and the release of hatchery-produced juveniles could speed the recovery of depleted stocks. Advances in methods for culturing sea cucumbers ...
    • Critical reflections from fostering adaptive community-based, co-management in Solomon Islands' small-scale fisheries 

      Schwarz, A.M.; Cohen, P.J.; Boso, D.; Ramofafia, C.; Alexander, T.; Bennett, G.; Andrew, N.; Philippa Cohen: 0000-0002-9987-1943 (2017)
      Type: Journal Article
      Adaptive co-management approaches have been at the core of attempts to apply resilience principles to small-scale fisheries. Although recommendations of what should be done to promote resilience are commonplace, insights ...
    • Cross country synthesis 

      Dey, M.M.; Paraguas, F.J.; Alam, F. (2001)
      Type: Book Chapter
      The broad objective of the present study is to examine production, accessibility, marketing and consumption patterns of aquaculture products, with emphasis on freshwater aquaculture, in Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, ...
    • CRP 2020 Reviews: FISH 

      Dunham, R.; Rinck, D. (2020)
      Type: Brief
      The FISH CGIAR Research Program (CRP), initiated in 2017, is led by WorldFish together with its managing partners, the International Water Management Institute (IWMI), the Aquaculture and Fisheries Group at Wageningen ...
    • Cultivation and propagation of mullet (Mugil so-iuy) in China 

      Zheng, C.W. (1987)
      Type: Journal Article
      Details are given of the process of cultivation of mullet (Mugil so-iuy ) used in China, describing the guiding of fry into ponds, harvesting, overwintering, production, disease and predators. Artificial breeding is also ...
    • Culture of common carp in floating net cages 

      Costa-Pierce, B.A.; Rusydi; Safari, A.; Atmadja, G.W. (1989)
      Type: Brief
      An illustrated manual in comics format on how to culture the common carp in floating cages. The techniques described were actually developed in the common carp culture in Bandung, Indonesia, and can be easily adapted to ...
    • Culture of fish in rice fields 

      Halwart, M.; Gupta, M.V. (eds.) (2004)
      Type: Report
      Rice is presently grown in 113 countries. Rice farming also offers a suitable environment for the culture of fish and other aquatic organism. This publication synthesizes the available information on the role that aquaculture ...