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The Asian Fisheries Social Science Research Network
Type: Journal Article
The main objective of the Asian Fisheries Social Science Research Network is to build national research capacity to deal with important socio-economic issues in the management of the complex tropical fisheries of the Sou ...
Menjelajahi masa depan perikanan budidaya Indonesia (Exploring Indonesian aquaculture futures)
Aquaculture is the fastest-growing food production sector globally, with production projected to double within the next 15-20 years. Future growth of aquaculture is essential to providing sustainable supplies of fish in ...
MYCulture: Promoting Sustainable Growth of Aquaculture in Myanmar to Improve Food Security and Income for Communities in the Ayeyarwady Delta and Central Dry Zone
Type: Other (Factsheet)
The project funded by Livelihoods and Food Security Fund (LIFT) promoted the sustainable growth of aquaculture in Myanmar by introducing low-cost small-scale aquaculture (SSA) technologies that incorporated small indigenous ...
Fisheries research using digital tablets in Myanmar
Type: Book Chapter
The present paper introduces a new method for data gathering using digital tablets in the field. The method is part of a fisheries study aimed at identifying migration patterns and breeding sites of key commercial fish ...
Integrated coastal zone management: policy issues, approaches and research priorities: a working paper prepared for the Environmental and Natural Resources Policy and Training (EPAT) Project, US agency for International Development
Over the last several decades, Malaysia has experienced rapid industrial growth and urbanization, characterized by high levels of resource exploitation. Much of this development has occurred within the coastal
Building capacity for fisheries research and policy: lessons learned from the Asian fisheries social science research network
The Asian Fisheries Social Science Research Network (AFSSRN) was a long-term effort to build social science research capacity for fi sheries and marine resources in Southeast Asia. The history of the Network is reviewed. ...
Fishing for justice: Human rights, development, and fisheries sector reform
Type: Journal Article
A review of case law and other documentation of human rights issues in fishing communities highlights forced evictions, detention without trial, child labour, forced labour and unsafe working conditions, and violence and ...
Community visioning and action plans: Tonle Sap hu
The process of rolling out the CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems (AAS) in 12 target villages in the Tonle Sap region in Cambodia throughout 2013 involved several important tasks at different stages. ...
Tonle Sap scoping report
Type: Working Paper
The scoping mission team was composed of 14 people representing research institutions (RUPP), government (FiA, IFReDI), NGOs (ANKO, ADIC) and CGIAR institutions (WorldFish and Bioversity). The scoping trip was carried out ...
Lessons from the breeding program on common carp in Hungary
Type: Conference Paper
Common carp is one of the most important cultured freshwater fish species in the world. Its production in freshwater areas is the second largest in Europe after rainbow trout. Common carp production in Europe was 146,845 ...