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Fish for whom? Integrating the management of social complexities into technical investments for inclusive, multifunctional irrigation
Most interventions in the water sector remain technocratic and blind to trade-offs that undermine overall development outcomes. The relationship between irrigation and inland capture fisheries is a case in point, as ...
Advancing gender equality and women’s empowerment in fish agri-food systems: Four pathways
It is crucial to address gender equality and women’s empowerment if fish agri-food systems are to contribute more to food security, nutrition, livelihoods, and poverty reduction. However, systemic gendered inequities and ...
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 ...