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Enhancing productivity and resilience of water systems by integrating fisheries
Inland capture fisheries are the primary source of livelihoods and food and nutrition security in many low- and middle-income countries, but are often adversely impacted by irrigation infrastructure. With over 300 million ...
Fish for whom? Integrating the management of social complexities into technical investments for inclusive, multifunctional irrigation
Most interventions in the water sector remain technocratic and blind to trade-offs that undermine overall development outcomes. The relationship between irrigation and inland capture fisheries is a case in point, as ...
Integrated rice and fish systems
Integrated rice-fish systems generate multiple benefits, including improved incomes, availability of diverse nutritious foods, livelihood options for women and youth, species and ecosystem biodiversity, resource efficiency, ...