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    • Assessment of the carp seeds value chain in Southern Bangladesh 

      WorldFish (2012)
      Type: Report
      The Aquaculture for Income and Nutrition (AIN) project implemented by World Fish and funded by USAID, aims at increasing aquaculture production in 20 districts of Southern Bangladesh (Greater Khulna, Greater Barisal, Greater ...
    • Value chain analysis: shrimp, prawn and tilapia from the southern region of Bangladesh & feasibility analysis: brackish water sea-bass in the southern region in Bangladesh 

      Innovision Consulting Private Limited (2012)
      Type: Report
      The WorldFish Center is implementing the FtF Aquaculture Project in 20 southern districts in Bangladesh. The project is implemented under USAID’s Feed the Future initiative in collaboration with the Government of Bangladesh. ...
    • Value-chain analysis: an assessment methodology to estimate Egyptian aquaculture sector performance 

      Macfadyen, G.; Nasr-Alla, A.M.; Al-Kenawy, D.; Fathi, M.; Hebicha, H.; Diab, A.M.; Hussein, S.M.; Abou-Zeid, R.M.; El-Naggar, G. (2012)
      Type: Journal Article
      Egypt's aquaculture production (705,490 tonnes in 2009) is by far the largest of any African country and places it 11th in terms of global aquaculture production. The aquaculture sector in Egypt is now a mature one having ...
    • Value-chain analysis of Egyptian aquaculture [in Arabic] 

      Macfadyen, G.; Allah, A.M.N.; Kenawy, D.A.R.; Ahmed, M.F.M.; Hebicha, H.; Diab, A.; Hussein, S.M.; Abouzied, R.M.; Naggar, G.El. (2012)
      Type: Report
      Egypt’s aquaculture production (705,490 tonnes in 2009) is by far the largest of any African country and places it 11th in terms of global production. The aquaculture sector makes a significant contribution to income, ...
    • Uganda aquaculture value chains: strategic planning mission report 

      Dalsgaard, J.P.T.; Dickson, M.; Jagwe, J.; Longley, C.; Malcolm Dickson: 0000-0003-2181-2625 (2012)
      Type: Report
      This report presents the findings and recommendations of a strategic planning mission to reevaluate the feasibility of WorldFish implementing a fish value chain research program in Uganda under the CGIAR Research Program ...
    • Analysis of the retailer value chain segment in five governorates 

      Hussein, S.; Mounir, E.; Sedky, S.; Nour, S.A.; CARE International Egypt (2012)
      Type: Report
      This study is the third output of the SDC-funded “Improving Employment and Income through Development of Egyptian Aquaculture” (IEIDEAS), a three-year project being jointly implemented by the WorldFish Center and CARE ...
    • The market for Egyptian farmed fish 

      Macfadyen, G.; Nasr-Allah, A.M.; Dickson, M.; Malcolm Dickson: 0000-0003-2181-2625 (2012)
      Type: Report
      Egypt’s aquaculture production (921,585 tonnes in 2010) is by far the largest of any African country. The aquaculture sector, dominated by semi-intensive pond production of tilapia, makes a significant contribution to ...
    • Uganda aquaculture value chains: strategic planning mission: summary report 

      Dalsgaard, J.P.T.; Dickson, M.; Jagwe, J.; Longley, C.; Malcolm Dickson: 0000-0003-2181-2625 (2012)
      Type: Report
      This report presents the findings and recommendations of a strategic planning mission to reevaluate the feasibility of WorldFish implementing a fish value chain research program in Uganda under the CGIAR Research Program ...
    • The Structure and margins of the Lake Chilwa fisheries in Malawi: a value chain analysis 

      Chiwaula, L.; Jamu, D.; Chaweza, R.; Nagoli, J.; Joseph Nagoli: 0000-0002-8919-1397 (2012)
      Type: Report
      Small freshwater pelagic fisheries in closed lakes are very important to millions of people in sub-Saharan Africa providing livelihoods and nutritional security. However, returns from these fisheries have been shown to ...
    • Improved management, increased culture and consumption of small fish species can improve diets of the rural poor 

      Thilsted, S.H. (2012)
      Type: Book Chapter
      In many low-income countries with water resources, small fish species are important for the livelihoods, nutrition and income of the rural poor. The small size of fish favours frequent consumption by and nutrition of the ...
    • Fish diversity and fish consumption in Bangladesh 

      Thilsted, S.H. (2013)
      Type: Book Chapter
      Bangladesh prides itself on being very rich in fish diversity. Its numeroud and diverse inland waterbodies and paddy fields are home to over 267 freshwater fish species. Biodiversity of fish species is important for nutrition ...
    • Governance of global value chains in response to food safety and certification standards: The Case of shrimp from Vietnam 

      Tran, N.; Bailey, C.; Wilson, N.; Phillips, M. (2013)
      Type: Journal Article
      We use global value chain (GVC) theory to understand governance of Vietnam’s shrimp farming industry. We describe this GVC as buyer-driven with important food safety standards imposed by governments of importing countries ...
    • Fish diversity and fish consumption in Bangladesh 

      Thilsted, S.H. (2013)
      Type: Book Chapter
      Bangladesh prides itself on being very rich in fish diversity. Its numeroud and diverse inland waterbodies and paddy fields are home to over 267 freshwater fish species. Biodiversity of fish species is important for nutrition ...
    • Governance of global value chains in response to food safety and certification standards: The Case of shrimp from Vietnam 

      Tran, N.; Bailey, C.; Wilson, N.; Phillips, M.; Michael Phillips: 0000-0002-0282-0286; Nhuong Van Tran: 0000-0002-1813-4571 (2013)
      Type: Journal Article
      We use global value chain (GVC) theory to understand governance of Vietnam’s shrimp farming industry. We describe this GVC as buyer-driven with important food safety standards imposed by governments of importing countries ...
    • Fish - more than just another commodity 

      Hall, S.J.; Hilborn, R.; Andrew, N.; Allison, E.H. (2013)
      Type: Brief
      This brief highlights the contribution of wild capture fisheries to nutritional security in fish dependent developing countries. It is intended to stimulate debate around two broad themes: (1) when should the focus of ...
    • Meeting the food and nutrition needs of the poor: the role of fish and the opportunities and challenges emerging from the rise of aquaculture 

      Beveridge, M.C.M.; Thilsted, S.H.; Phillips, M.J.; Metian, M.; Troell, M.; Hall, S.J. (2013)
      Type: Journal Article
      People who are food and nutrition insecure largely reside in Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa and for many, fish represents a rich source of protein, micronutrients and essential fatty acids. The contribution of fish to household ...
    • Value chain for farmed fish 

      CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish (2013)
      Type: Other
      Value chain showing the steps of fish handling from inputs, production, processing and distribution, marketing to final consumption.
    • Food and nutrition security in Solomon Islands 

      Andersen, A.B.; Thilsted, S.H.; Schwarz, A.M. (2013)
      Type: Working Paper
      This report is a literature review on Food and Nutrition Security in Solomon Islands, based on data from surveys conducted by Solomon Islands National Statistical Office, as well as from national and international organizations ...
    • Food and nutrition security in Timor-Leste 

      Andersen, A.B.; Pant, J.; Thilsted, S.H. (2013)
      Type: Working Paper
      This report is a literature review on Food and Nutrition Security in Timor-Leste based on data from surveys conducted by the Timor-Leste National Statistics Directorate, as well as from national and international organizations ...
    • Optimizing benefits from the Egyptian farmed fish value chain 

      WorldFish (2013)
      Type: Other
      Egyptian aquaculture is booming, yet greater fish quality and effective industry support are still needed. A value chain approach is helping research and development partners overcome barriers to sustainable growth.