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Small fry are beautiful: rethinking development in small-scale fisheries
This blog emphasises different models of development in small-scale fisheries. It profiles WorldFish's work in the sustainable livelihoods space.
Laying the foundation for fisheries research in Myanmar
This article describes the support rolled out by WorldFish and partners in Myanmar to support local research capacity around fisheries and aquaculture.
‘Invisible’ fisher women of Bangladesh raise their voice
In Bangladesh, fishing has long been seen as ‘men’s work’. It’s a social perception that ignores the vital contribution of women to fisheries - 30 percent of women in rural and coastal areas are directly or indirectly ...
Governing Myanmar’s inland fisheries: looking for the right balance
This article describes how WorldFish and partners are working collaboratively to document early experimentations with community-based fisheries management in Myanmar's Ayeyarwady Delta.
A rare global dataset: Illuminating Hidden Harvests report to highlight small-scale fisheries’ contributions to sustainable development
The Illuminating Hidden Harvests global report will include a thematic chapter on the diverse contributions of Indigenous small-scale fisheries. Not all that counts can be counted, and all too often Indigenous fishing ...
Hearing, counting and empowering women: GAF7 conference showcases gender equality progress and challenges
Blogpost about some of the key topics and outcomes from the Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries conference
Coastal fisheries in a pandemic: Solomon Islands and Vanuatu experiences
Almost everyone in the Pacific eats fish regularly, but most people are not fishers. Fish is caught, distributed and then acquired by consumers through purchase, gifting or bartering. We estimate through our research at ...
Lessons from the Pacific about balancing community and environmental needs
Blog entry for the journal on the CoralCOE website: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. ‘Sixteen years of social and ecological dynamics reveal challenges and opportunities for adaptive management in sustaining ...
Protecting African fish and fisheries: PAFFA delegates call for action
Blogpost about the key discussion points and outcomes for the PAFFA conference
Scientific food systems help biodiversity, livelihoods
Evidence-based collaborative approaches need to be applied to conservation as a million animal and plant species are being pushed to the brink of extinction and fish stocks fall globally. Scientific food systems help ...