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Outcome Journal. Aquaculture for Income and Nutrition
Funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the five-year Aquaculture for Income and Nutrition (AIN) project improved income and nutrition for thousands of Bangladeshis. AIN aimed to increase ...
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 ...
Who says women can't fish? Stories of successful women farmers in Bangladesh and Nepal
This booklet present several stories of women in rural Bangladesh and Nepal who are making positive changes in their communities. The stories have been collected from a variety of projects WorldFish has been implementing ...
Gender and aquaculture value chains: A review of key issues and implications for research
Type: Journal Article
Although aquaculture is the fastest growing food producing sector in the world and generates significant employment opportunities at multiple scales, men and women are not necessarily able to participate in aquaculture ...
Women's empowerment in aquaculture: Two case studies from Bangladesh
Bangladesh is a global leader in inland fish production and has been ranked as the fifth largest producer of aquaculture food fish in the world. The fisheries sector, including aquaculture, provides employment to 17.8 ...
Women's empowerment in aquaculture: Two case studies from Indonesia
Indonesia is one of the top ten aquaculture-producing countries globally. The sector makes a significant contribution to the country's development. Women are engaged in a range of aquaculture production and value chain ...