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Malawi: fighting poverty - impacts from collaborative research in southern Africa
WorldFish established an African aquaculture project office at the National Aquaculture Center in Domasi, Malawi, in 1987 with funding from Deutsche Gesellschaft fiir Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ). The office now services ...
Improving fisheries in Cameroon
The Republic of Cameroon is a tropical West African country, slightly larger than California (475,000 km2), lying 60 north of the equator and 12° east of Greenwich. Recent estimates place the population slightly above 16 ...
Dhaka declaration on ecological risk assessment of genetically improved fish
Fifty-four participants from 20 countries representing national/research institutions in Africa, Asia and the Pacific, non-govermental organizations and regional/international organizations held an Expert Consultation on ...
Pêche et VIH/SIDA en Afrique: Investir dans des solutions durables
Une approche stratégique pour répondre aux besoins du secteur des pêches et mobiliser le secteur pour contribuer plus à la lutte contre le VIH & SIDA.
Fisheries and HIV/AIDS in Africa: investing in sustainable solutions
The WorldFish Center and the UN FAO are currently implementing a regional programme entitled Fisheries and HIV/AIDS in Africa: investing in sustainable solutions. The programme, funded by SIDA and the Norwegian Ministry ...
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 ...
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 ...