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COVID-19 impacts on women fish processors and traders in sub-Saharan Africa: Insights and recommendations for building forward better
The COVID-19 pandemic and accompanying responses to mitigate this global health crisis have resulted in substantial disruptions to demand, production, distribution and labor in fisheries, aquaculture and food systems. These ...
Advancing research and development outcomes with fish in regional food systems
Food systems encompass actors and interactions from production to consumption and disposal of food as well as social, economic and environmental outcomes. Food systems frameworks provide a holistic approach for research ...
Tinker, tailor or transform: Gender equality amidst social-ecological change
Type: Journal Article
Global visions of environmental change consider gender equality to be a foundation of sustainable social-ecological systems. Similarly, social-ecological systems frameworks position gender equality as both a precursor to, ...
Assessing inclusion in community-based natural resource management: A framework and methodology
Community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) is valued as a model of inclusive development and governance. While CBNRM may perform relatively well for garnering broader participation (Evans et al. 2011), it can ...
CGIAR Research Program on Fish Agri-Food Systems: A synthesis
The fish agri-food system connects supplies of fish and other aquatic foods through multiple pathways and scales to diverse consumers across the planet and is a key component of the global agri-food systems. Fish and other ...