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Aquaculture and fish consumption in Bangladesh
The WorldFish Center conducted a review in Bangladesh funded by IFAD in 2011 on the present status of aquaculture production and fish consumption. This brief summarizes the key findings of the review.
MYCulture: Promoting Sustainable Growth of Aquaculture in Myanmar to Improve Food Security and Income for Communities in the Ayeyarwady Delta and Central Dry Zone
Type: Other (Factsheet)
The project funded by Livelihoods and Food Security Fund (LIFT) promoted the sustainable growth of aquaculture in Myanmar by introducing low-cost small-scale aquaculture (SSA) technologies that incorporated small indigenous ...
Africa Aquaculture Research and Training Center (AARTC)
The Africa Aquaculture Research and Training Center is a regional center of excellence for research, training and fostering innovation and entrepreneurship in the African aquaculture sector. Opened in 1998, the WorldFish-run ...
Polyculture of carp with small fish (mola) (Bangla)
Carp and small fish (e.g. mola) production can be practiced in household ponds. This production technology increases overall fish production and income, and contributes to improved family nutrition. This leaflet outlines ...
Envisioning possible futures for fish production in Indonesia
This report summarizes the results of a systematic effort to explore possible futures for aquaculture and fisheries in Indonesia. The work described is part of a larger effort that seeks to develop a shared vision for the ...
WorldFish in India
India is a scaling country for WorldFish and the CGIAR Research Program on FISH. This growing program assists the government and private sector to scale various fisheries and aquaculture technologies in India.
Tilapia major clinical signs (Tetum version)
Objektivu husi poster nee atu haforsa kapasidade sentru fini ikan, viveirus, hakiak ikan nain sira no servisu estensaun sira atu rekuneshe no relata moras ikan Nila. Asaun preventiva, hatene inisiu sinais klinika no ...
WorldFish incubator: Sustainable aquaculture made possible
The Greater Harvest and Economic Returns from Shrimp (GHERS) is an initiative of Poverty Reduction by Increasing the Competitiveness of Enterprises (PRICE) project, funded by USAID. The objective of GHERS was to increase ...
WorldFish incubator: Investing in sustainable aquaculture through SMEs
WorldFish Incubator bridges the gap between scientific research and business by supporting investment in sustainable small- and medium-sized aquaculture enterprises in Africa, Asia and the Pacific. By building opportunities ...
Tilapia major clinical signs (Arabic version)
The purpose of this poster is to enhance the capacity of hatcheries, nurseries, grow-out farmers and extension service providers to recognize and report tilapia diseases. Prevention, early recognition, diagnosis and rapid ...