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Socioeconomic impact and farmers' assessment of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) culture in Bangladesh
The book reports on the socioeconomic study made on tilapia culture in seasonal ponds/ditches in Bangladesh. Results show that the simple technology, requiring very low labor input, is economically viable and brings other ...
Fish for the poor under a rising global demand and changing fishery regime
Type: Journal Article
In the past, agricultural researchers tended to ignore the fisheries factor in global food and nutritional security. However, the role of fish is becoming critical as a result of changes in fisheries regimes, income ...
Fisheries co-management - an institutional innovation? Lessons from south east Asia and southern Africa
Type: Journal Article
During the last decade the co-management concept has gained increasing acceptance as a potential way forward to improve fisheries management performance. It has, however, at the same time become increasingly evident that ...
Status and potential of aquaculture in small waterbodies (ponds and ditches) in Bangladesh
A report on a survey on ponds and ditches in Bangladesh, done to determine their potential use for aquaculture.
Assessment, management and future directions for coastal fisheries in Asian countries
Type: Conference Proceedings
In Asia, the fisheries sector is important in terms of food security, livelihoods and foreign exchange earnings. However, as in many parts of the world, there are signs that capture fisheries are fully exploited or overfished. ...
Fish to 2020: supply and demand in changing global markets
Using a state-of-the art computer model of global supply and demand for food and feed commodities, this book projects the likely changes in the fisheries sector over the next two decades. As prices for most food commodities ...
Understanding livelihoods dependent on inland fisheries in Bangladesh and Southeast Asia: final technical report
The Department for International Development (DFID) through the Marine Resources Assessment Group (MRAG) has approved the project proposal for the Project Memorandum on “Understanding Livelihoods Dependent on Inland Fisheries ...
Fisheries co-management policy brief: findings from a worldwide study
Fisheries in developing countries are under intense pressure from increasing human populations, overexploitation of resources and conflicts over access to degraded resources. Who should take the responsibility for managing ...
The future of fish: issues and trends to 2020
What is the outlook for fish in a globalizing food economy, and how will trends in the fish sector affect the poor and the environment during the next two decades? A new book from IFPRI and the WorldFish Center, Fish to ...
Socioeconomics and values of resources in great Lake-Tonle Sap and Mekong-Bassac area : results from a sample survey in Kampong Chhnang, Siem Reap and Kandal provinces, Cambodia
Type: Working Paper
A study aims to describe the range and value of benefits derived from aquatic resources by different stakeholders, and to provide a substantive basis for redirecting policies and future development projects into harnessing ...