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Livelihoods and fisheries governance in a contemporary Pacific Island setting
Type: Journal Article
Inshore marine resources play an important role in the livelihoods of Pacific Island coastal communities. However, such reliance can be detrimental to inshore marine ecosystems. Understanding the livelihoods of coastal ...
Planning a nutrition-sensitive approach to aquatic agricultural systems research in Solomon Islands
Aquatic agricultural systems are places where fishing and farming in freshwater and/or coastal systems contribute significantly to household nutrition, food security and income. In Solomon Islands, where aquatic agricultural ...
Foods and diets of communities involved in inland aquaculture in Malaita Province, Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands has a population of just over half a million people, most of whom are rural-based subsistence farmers and fishers who rely heavily on fish as their main animal-source food and for income. The nation is one ...
Nearshore fish aggregating devices (FADs) for food security in Solomon Islands
Coastal fisheries are central to the lives of rural Solomon Island villages, supplying daily food and serving as one of the few sources of income. Yet, it is predicted that coastal fisheries in Solomon Islands, like many ...
Engaging women and men in community-based resource management processes in Solomon Islands
Gender refers to the process of being fair to women and men, in order that women and men can equally access opportunities and life choices regardless of their sex. It has been proposed that local and national management ...