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Building capacity in the use of information and communications technologies to support small-scale fisheries in Asia: Expert Practitioners Workshop Report
Participants were invited to present background papers on their research and/or projects relating to ICT4SSF, with emphasis on key opportunities and risks emerging from the application of ICTs in SSF (20 mins each). Speakers ...
Guideline on how to plan a deliverable through the MEL platform
This is an illustrated guideline created to facilitate the Fish Research Planning, with specific reference to the planning of the deliverables. The guideline is primarily aimed at scientists with assigned planning ...
Through their eyes: Fishing communities voice their stories through photos
From the coast of Peru to the shores of Lake Chilwa in Malawi to fresh produce markets in Vietnam, small-scale fisheries provide vital income, food, nutrition and a sense of identity. Here we share photos and voices of ...
Illuminating hidden harvests: The contribution of small-scale fisheries to sustainable development
Small-scale fisheries (SSF) employ over 90 percent of fishers and fish workers worldwide and, among these, 96 percent live in developing countries where they produce almost as much fish for direct domestic consumption as ...
FISH ISC ToR Final
Term of reference of the FISH CRP Independent Steering Committee (ISC)
Innovations: Common results reporting indicator
A guide to Innovations - CGIAR's results reporting indicator. Research and development innovations are new or significantly improved (adaptive) outputs or groups of outputs - including management practices, knowledge or ...
FISH Research Program: Reporting Guidelines 2020
This document contains guidelines to support the 2020 annual reporting process for the FISH Research Program.
Illuminating Hidden Harvests country case study author: Hunter Snyder
Hunter Snyder is a PhD candidate with Dartmouth College in the United States and an FAO consultant. Within the IHH study, Snyder contributed to the Greenland case study and led the thematic study on the carbon footprint ...
MEL Training Workshop: Knowledge Sharing
Presentation during the MEL Training Workshop.
“Essential non-essentials”: COVID-19 policy missteps in Nigeria rooted in persistent myths about African food supply chains
Type: Journal Article
Food supply chains are extremely important for food access and livelihoods across Africa, but their role is often overlooked and underappreciated. Under normal conditions, the gap between myth and reality can result in the ...