Browsing Sustainable aquaculture by Subject "value chain"
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Aquaculture assessments and value chain pilots for improving fish supply, employment and nutrition in Democratic Republic of Congo and Angola - Project brief (April - December 2020) Type: BriefSummary of 2020 accomplishments
How to enhance the sustainability and inclusiveness of smallholder aquaculture production systems in Zambia? (2021)Type: Journal ArticleFish is a key source of income, food, and nutrition in Zambia, although unlike in the past, capture fisheries no longer meet the national demand for fish. Supply shortfalls created an opportunity to develop the aquaculture ...
IITA: Aquaculture assessments and value chain pilots for improving fish supply, employment and nutrition in Democratic Republic of Congo and Angola project WorldFish Bi- annual Report 1 April 2020 to 30 September 2020 Type: Donor ReportThis is project progress report for World fish activities carried in partnership with IITA for the period 1st April to 30th September 2020 un the Aquaculture value chain Assessment project. The purpose of the project is ...
(2021)Type: Internal ReportGlobally, fish is one of the most important sources of animal protein and a key source of livelihood. In Africa, fish production has significantly increased in recent years, but the proportion of fish production relative ...