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Scoping study of feed models in Kenya
The scoping study was undertaken in Kirinyaga County in Kenya, on the 26th to 28th August 2020. Two sites with local feed mills operated by cooperatives formed the focus of the visit. The objective was to draw lessons on ...
A review of aquafeed business models and the feed value chain in Zambia and Malawi
Over the last decade, the aquaculture sector in Zambia and Malawi has tremendously grown. The availability of commercial feed companies producing complete commercial feed diets in Zambia has been one of the key factors ...
Fish losses for whom? A gendered assessment of post-harvest losses in the barotse floodplain fishery, Zambia
Type: Journal Article
Few studies examine post-harvest fish losses using a gender lens or collect sex-disaggregated data. This mixed-methods study assessed fish losses experienced by female and male value chain actors in a fishery in western ...
Gender accommodative versus transformative approaches: a comparative assessment within a post-harvest fish loss reduction intervention
Type: Journal Article
Technical and social constraints limit value chain actors from equitably engaging in and benefiting from capture fisheries in low-income settings. Extension and development programs often focus on the former, which reflects ...
Smallholder fish farmers population census report 2020: Northern and Luapula provinces, Zambia
In total, 2341 smallholder farmers participated in the census: 61% in Northern Province and 39% in Luapula Province. Of the overall total, most (72.1%) were actively involved in fish farming, while the rest had abandoned ...
Gender Inclusive Financing for Scaling up Improved Fish Processing Technologies in Malawi
The “Gender Inclusive Financing for Scaling up Improved Fish Processing Technologies in Malawi” project was formulated around promoting wider use of improved fish processing technologies namely: Solar tent dryer and Improved ...
Strengthening small-scale fisheries for food and nutrition security, human well-being and environmental health in Zambia
Zambia is rich in aquatic resources with 15 million ha of water in the form of rivers, lakes and swamps. These water bodies support diverse and widespread capture fisheries, particularly small-scale fisheries (SSF) that ...
Effect of dietary protein level on fish growth, economic and ecological performance of three types of feed for Nile tilapia (Oreochromis Niloticus)
With a growing world population, food production needs to increase as well. Part of the human diet is fish, and with world fisheries declining, the aquaculture industry is increasing. Nile tilapia is a major aquaculture ...
Annual Plan of Work and Budget (POWB) for 2020 CGIAR Research Program on Fish Agri-Food Systems (FISH)
Type: Other (Plan of Work and Budget)
This document provides the 2020 Plan of Work and Budget (POWB) for the CGIAR Research Program on Fish Agri-Food Systems (FISH).
Better management practices for tilapia broodstock conditioning and mass spawning in hapas in ponds
The hapa-in-pond system hatchery technique has been widely adopted and used in hatcheries throughout Asia. It has also been used in Africa, but the practice is still limited in many countries, including the Democratic ...