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Planning the use of fish for food security in the Pacific
Fish is a mainstay of food security for Pacific island countries and territories (PICTs). Diversifying the supply of fish will make rural households in the Pacific more resilient to natural disasters, social and political ...
AsiaFish: the best can become better
AsiaFish is the most comprehensive analytical model available for Asia’s seafood markets, and additional funding and collaboration can extend it to enable more complex analyses and projections or to serve other regions.
Fish supply and demand scenarios in Cambodia and perspectives on the future role of aquaculture
Fish is vital to the well-being and livelihoods to millions of people in the Lower Mekong Basin, many of whom are poor, relying on fish as a major source of animal protein, sometimes the only source. The supply of ‘free’ ...
Blue frontiers: managing the environmental costs of aquaculture
Blue Frontiers: Managing the environmental costs of aquaculture is a publication from The WorldFish Center and Conservation International. The report analyzes how the global aquaculture industry uses natural resources and ...
Implementing resilience management: lessons from fishing communities in the Niger basin
Small inland fisheries are important to the livelihoods of the poor in Africa, contributing both food security and income to millions of households living near freshwater lakes, reservoirs, rivers and floodplains. These ...
Aquaculture and food security in Solomon Islands
Aquaculture and Food Security in the Solomon Islands (ACIAR Project FIS/2009/061) was formulated to assist the Government of Solomon Islands in better understanding the future demand for aquaculture and particularly to ...
Fish production in refugee camps and settlements: lessons from Zambia
Conflict, persecution and violence affect millions of people worldwide, forcing them to uproot their lives. The attention of the international community is focused on meeting the basic needs of refugee populations, but ...