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Reduction in food loss and waste through fish value chain, market and food system innovation
The document buildup on the current evidence available on fish loss and waste in Southeast Asia, primarily in Cambodia, Myanmar, and Thailand based on the WorldFish experience in the region. If further talks about the areas ...
GIFT transfer risk management: Pathogen. Pathogen risk analysis and recommended risk management plan for transferring GIFT (Oreochromis niloticus) from Malaysia to Nigeria.
The proposal to transfer Genetically Improved Farmed Tilapia (GIFT) to Nigeria is characterized by a number of risk management measures that WorldFish has already implemented. WorldFish has also proposed additional ...
ការបញ្ចូលប្រធានបទស្តីពី អាហារូបត្ថម្ភ និងយេនឌ័រ ទៅក្នុងការគ្រប់គ្រងសហគមន៍ស្រះជម្រកត្រី - ប្រព័ន្ធជលផលតាមវាលស្រែ៖ ឯកសារសម្រាប់អ្នកអនុវត្តន៍ = Integrating nutrition and gender into Community Fish Refuge-Rice Field Fisheries system management: A practitioner’s guide (Khmer version)
The target audience of this guide are practitioners or implementers working in rice field fisheries in Cambodia or elsewhere. The aim of this guide is to help close the gap between rice field fishery production and ...
Fish Quarterly Newsletter Jan-Mar 2020
This is a newsletter capturing the communications highlights of FISH for the first quarter of 2020.
FishNutrients: launching nutrient data on fish in FishBase
Short summary for the launch of FishBase database layer.
Consumption practices in transition: Rural-urban migration and the food fish system in Myanmar
Type: Journal Article
This article explores the reconfigurations of fish consumption practices in Myanmar in a context of rapid urbanization and changing availability of wild and farmed fish. Using a social practice lens, we analyze how everyday ...
Technical efficiency of small-scale aquaculture in Myanmar: Does women’s participation in decision-making matter?
Type: Journal Article
Efficient use of inputs is crucial for sustainable aquaculture productivity growth, increased profitability, and improved livelihoods in developing countries. Studies have shown that women’s participation in decision-making ...
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, ...