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What WorldFish does in Malaita Province
Malaita is known as the most populous province of the Solomon Islands, with high outputs of agricultural produce from its land and significant populations of ‘sea people’ highly reliant on coastal ecosystems for food and ...
Aquaculture: Increasing income, diversifying diets, and empowering women in Bangladesh (Bangla version)
This is the Bangla translation of the original BMGF GENERIC FACTSHEET. BMGF funded the Aquaculture: Increasing income, diversifying diets, and empowering women in Bangladesh project will partner with NGOs, the private ...
Pond nursing of carp fish species (Burmese version)
This leaflet in Myanmar language details how to nurse carp fish species in earthen nursery ponds.
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 ...
Aquaculture: Increasing income, diversifying diets, and empowering women in Bangladesh
The project Aquaculture: Increasing Income, Diversifying Diets, and Empowering Women in Bangladesh and Nigeria” funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation. The 50-month long project aims to improve the sustainable ...
STREAMS program brochure
The Sustainable Transformation of Egypt's Aquaculture Market System The Sustainable Transformation of Egypt's Aquaculture Market System (STREAMS) project aims to increase production of inexpensive, nutritious and safe fish ...
Small Scale Aquaculture (SSA) and COVID-19
The key steps of Small Scale Aquaculture (SSA) farming are framed in the document in a subsequntial manner. It communicates and disseminates the key information on how to generate more produce and income from SSA. In ...
Partial harvesting of small indigenous fish species (Burmese version)
This leaflet in Myanmar language details how to commence partial harvesting of small indigenous fish species beginning six weeks after stocking and to continue partial harvesting every two weeks thereafter for both nutritional ...