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Gender in the farmed fish value chain of Bangladesh: A review of the evidence and development approaches
Bangladesh is the world's fifth-largest aquaculture producer, and statistics indicate that aquaculture now makes up about 56% of the country's total fish production in terms of value. In Bangladesh, fish is the most important ...
Gendered ownership of aquaculture resources: Insights from two villages in Bangladesh
Ownership rights are crucial for increasing women’s decision-making power and empowerment outcomes, which in turn will impact household efficiency in agricultural productivity. In Bangladesh, however, there remains a large ...
Considering gender: Practical guidance for rural development initiatives in Solomon Islands
The majority of Solomon Islanders live in rural communities and are dependent on natural resources for their livelihoods. For many people, ways of generating income or producing food outside of small-scale fishing and ...
Can climate-smart aquaculture enable women's empowerment in rural Bangladesh?
Climate-smart aquaculture provides a means to ensure sustainable fish supply to those who experience negative impacts of climate change. However, there has been little research on possible benefits of climatesmart aquaculture ...
Gender integrated research for development in Pacific coastal fisheries
The project Strengthening and Scaling Communitybased Approaches to Pacific Coastal Fisheries in Management Support of the New Song (henceforth the Pathways project) aims to improve the wellbeing of Pacific coastal communities ...
Gender in Myanmar’s small-scale aquaculture sector
WorldFish’s objective for Myanmar’s MYCulture program is to improve food and income security in the country’s Ayeyarwady Delta and Central Dry Zone regions through the development of small-scale aquaculture To ensure maximum ...