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Most significant change (MSC)
Type: Other (Factsheet)
MSC was developed by Rick Davies in the early 1990’s, primarily to address the problem of ‘how to summarise & report progress when there is a diversity of activities, not all known in advance, let alone their outcomes and ...
2010 Publications catalog
This catalog lists publications published by The WorldFish Center and papers contributed by the Center’s scientists in 2010. It reflects the outcomes of research carried out in collaboration with partners from 27 countries ...
The WorldFish Center addressing global development needs : strategic research by WorldFish and the CGIAR
The work of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) provides a scientific basis for sustainable development. As one of 15 CGIAR research institutes, the WorldFish Center provides expertise on ...
Using fisheries and aquaculture to reduce poverty and hunger
This provides an overview of the development challenges we are addressing and how they contribute to our mission to reduce poverty and hunger through fisheries and aquaculture. It also summarizes our research foci, the ...
Improving fisheries in Cameroon
The Republic of Cameroon is a tropical West African country, slightly larger than California (475,000 km2), lying 60 north of the equator and 12° east of Greenwich. Recent estimates place the population slightly above 16 ...
WorldFish report 2009/10
The stories included in this WorldFish Annual Report illustrate how change is inevitable and that with dialogue and shared understanding we can make a difference to the poor and hungry. The report shows the variety of ...
CBFM-2 International conference on community based approaches to fisheries management
Type: Conference Paper
The CBFM international conference held on 6th and 7th March 2007 in Dhaka, Bangladesh brought together policy makers, scientists and development practioners from all over the world to share experiences in co-mangement of ...
Pacific: improving livelihoods for coastal communities in the Pacific
The island nations of the Pacific depend heavily on coral reef and coastal fisheries resources – globally, the highest per capita fish consumption is in the Pacific islands. Coral reefs support a rich variety of animals ...
Strategies and options for increasing and sustaining fisheries and aquaculture production to benefit poorer households in Asia, ADB-RETA 5945: project completion report (appendixes)
The last three decades have witnessed dramatic changes in the structure of supply and demand for fish, especially in Asia. This WorldFish research study sponsored by the Asian Development Bank focussed on nine developing ...
WorldFish Corporate Card [Spanish version]