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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 ...
Gender Transformative Approaches (GTA)
Key Outcomes by 2024: 1) 40% of income earned by women in 2M poor households 2) 50% increase in consumption of nutrient rich small fish and vegetables by women and children in 1M poor rural households 3) 50% increase in ...
Making a Difference
Early program achievements: In 2012 improved technologies enhanced productivity of Bangladesh fish ponds and generated: 2) $92m increase in combined annual income 3) $300 per household income from homestead ponds 3) $6000 ...
Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems: Program summary: Solomon Islands
The Program will achieve impact at multiple scales (household, community, province and national as well as amongst program countries) through pathways that include partnerships, knowledge sharing and learning. In Solomon ...
At WorldFish, we work with an extensive network of donors and partners to create change for the millions who depend on fish in the developing world. Partnerships are essential to bring technologies and innovations to scale ...