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The WorldFish Center: reducing poverty and hunger by improving fisheries and aquaculture
A brochure to describe the research works of the WorldFish center
Making a difference in Bangladesh
For nearly 30 years, WorldFish Center scientists have been working in Bangladesh developing innovative ways for its poorest people to improve their livelihoods through sustainable, equitable and participatory fisheries ...
Fish, fishing and livelihoods : community based organisations as focus for local development
The central tenet to Community Based Fisheries Management (CBFM) is that users dependent on a common resource, in this case fishers and other households depending on wild fish to catch, will harvest that resource in a ...
The WorldFish Center in Malawi
A brochure to describe the research works in Malawi by the WorldFish center
Africa's age of aquarium : the dawning of ornamental fish culture - a high value livelihood option for vulnerable communities
A forward-looking community service organization (CSO) in Cameroon dedicated to sustainable development and environmental protection, Organisation pour l’Environnement et le Developpement Durable (OPED), has enlisted the ...
The WorldFish Center in the Pacific
A brochure to describe the research works in the Pacific region by the WorldFish center
The WorldFish Center in Bangladesh
A brochure to describe the research works in Bangladesh by the WorldFish center
Adapting fish farming to HIV/AIDS affected families
This brochure captures the testimony of the Chingale community in Malawi, who benefited from this joint aquaculture project between World Vision and WorldFish through improved nutrition in their fight against HIV/AIDS and ...
Development of sustainable aquaculture project (DSAP)
The WorldFish Center, previously known as the International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management (ICLARM), has been working in Bangladesh since 1989. WorldFish's efforts have been diverse but focused mainly on ...
Bangladesh's natural floodplain fisheries remain vital in providing food, income and employment opportunities for millions. This booklet outlines the various aspects of floodplain aquaculture in Bangladesh, including ...