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A review of aquafeed business models and the feed value chain in Zambia and Malawi
Over the last decade, the aquaculture sector in Zambia and Malawi has tremendously grown. The availability of commercial feed companies producing complete commercial feed diets in Zambia has been one of the key factors ...
Qualitative assessment of COVID-19 impacts on aquatic food value chains in Bangladesh. May-Sept 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted food systems globally, resulting in significant impacts on economic and food security. In Bangladesh, aquatic food value chains make up a large part of the country’s food system. WorldFish ...
A Stacked value chain analysis study of smoked Rohu from Kale Township, Sagaing Region, Myanmar
This report details a stacked value chain analysis study of smoked rohu produced in Kale Township in the Sagaing Region of Myanmar.
Impacts of COVID-19 on aquatic food supply chains in Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Myanmar, Nigeria and Timor-Leste, February-April 2020
To assess the evolving impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, we conducted a multi-country survey of fish supply chain actors in Bangladesh, India (Andhra-Pradesh, Assam and Odisha), Myanmar, Nigeria, Egypt and Timor-Leste (TL), ...
A gendered aquaculture value chain analysis in northwestern Bangladesh
This document presents a value chain study with an integrated gender lens of the aquaculture sector in Rajshahi and Rangpur in northwestern Bangladesh. The study forms part of the contextual knowledge foundation for the ...
Nutrient-rich foods to improve diet quality in the first 1000 days of life in Malawi and Zambia: Formulation, processing and sensory evaluation
Malawi and Zambia, neighboring countries located in Southeastern Africa, both have populations of about 17–18 million people; however population density is drastically different (11 people per square kilometer in Zambia ...
Fish in food systems in Nigeria: A review
In Nigeria, like many coastal developing countries, fish is an important source of food for the population, which is currently estimated at 186 million people (World Bank 2016). A recent study estimated that Nigeria ranks ...