Now showing items 185-204 of 261

    • Rapid assessment on gender dynamics, barriers, opportunities and risks in agriculture and aquaculture sectors in northwestern Bangladesh. 

      Haque, S.; Choudhury, A.; Adam, R.; McDougall, C.; Afrina Choudhury: 0000-0003-1734-6238; Cynthia McDougall: 0000-0002-5606-6813 (2020)
      Type: Internal Report
      Generally Aquaculture in Bangladesh is perceived as men’s work (Barman, 2001) which implies that women has limited or no access to and benefit from aquaculture. Under this circumstance, this study aims to identify the ...
    • Resources for women's agency, household food security, and women's dietary diversity in urban Bangladesh 

      Sinharoy, S.S.; Waid, J.L.; Ali, M.; Yount, K.M.; Thilsted, S.; girard webb, A. (2019)
      Type: Journal Article
      In Bangladesh, up to 45% of the population was living in urban areas as of 2010, and the estimated prevalence of urban poverty was approximately 20%. Yet, very little is known about the food security and diets of the urban ...
    • Resources on gender and fisheries 

      Choo, P.S. (2008)
      Type: Journal Article
      This is a list of the latest studies, collections, papers, articles and theses on gender and fisheries
    • Responding to globalization trends in fisheries: assets of professional Taiwanese women 

      Chao, N.H.; Chang, C.F.; Chang, E.Y. (2002)
      Type: Conference Paper
      Globalization is an inevitable trend in Taiwan. The investment in human resources has increased over the last three decades, yielding a large pool of professionals, including women. Women became competitive professionals ...
    • Role of women in Indian shrimp farming 

      Gopalakrishnan, A. (1996)
      Type: Journal Article
      Women in India are involved in various facets of shrimp (Penaeus monodon; Penaeus indicus) farming, including pond construction, seed collection, collection of feed materials and preparation of feeds, pond maintenance and ...
    • Role of women in small-scale aquaculture development in southeastern Cambodia 

      Nandeesha, M.C.; Nagan Heng; Kuong Yun (1994)
      Type: Journal Article
      In Cambodia, women make up more than 65% of the adult population. They play a most important role in all spheres of social and economic activities. A recent investigation has shown that in small scale aquaculture, women ...
    • Roles and values of fish in rural welfare in Cambodia (welfare data analysis) 

      Mousset, E.; Rogers, V.; Saray, S.; Ouch, K.; Srey, S.; Mith, S.; Baran, E.; Samonn Mith: 0000-0003-4893-0349 (2016)
      Type: Report
      This report resulting from 3 years of surveys details the relative contribution of fish to wealth, nutrition, labor, resilience and health among rural Cambodians.
    • Rural women in aquaculture: Bangladesh 

      Gupta, M.V. (1990)
      Type: Journal Article
      This essay told the story of a Bangladesh woman in using integrated small-scale aquaculture technology on her small plot of pond in improving her family's livelihoods.
    • Rural women in fishing communities: CIRDAP's action programme 

      Centre on Integrated Rural Development for Asia and the Pacific (1989)
      Type: Journal Article
      An examination is made of the activities of the research project "Rural women in fishing communities" in Indonesia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam. The project sought to develop a model of participatory data collection ...
    • SAIL NM Gender Integration Workshop Report 

      Scott, J.; Newton, J.; Jessica Scott: 0000-0002-5106-1335 (2020)
      Type: Report
      This two days gender workshop was aimed at assesing various components of Fish for Livelihoods (formerly SAIL) based on gender integration and with the gender lens. Gender transformative approaches and their implementation ...
    • School holidays: examining childhood, gender norms, and kinship in childrens shorter-term residential mobility in urban Zambia 

      Hunleth, J.; Jacob, R.; Cole, S.; Bond, V.; James, A.; Steven Cole: 0000-0002-8947-0871 (2015)
      Type: Journal Article
      This article discusses a practice of child residential mobility in Zambia that is frequently overlooked in migration studies and difficult to capture through standard survey methods: the practice of going on holiday to the ...
    • Scientific fish farming in Gram Panchayat tanks by Women Self Help Groups in Odisha, India: Crop outcome survey report 2018–2019 and 2019–2020 

      Panemangalore, A.P.; Dubey, S.K.; Shenoy, N.; Mohanty, B.; Baliarsingh, B.K.; Gaikwad, A.; Pal, M.; Das, S.R.; Palita, N.; Sahoo, S.; Chadag, V.; Arun Padiyar Panemangalore: 0000-0002-5271-8642; Vishnumurthy Mohan Chadag: 0000-0002-2574-284X
      Type: Report
      The report includes the crop outcome result of the scheme "Scientific Fish Farming in Gram Panchayat Tanks by Women Self Help Groups" implemented by FARD department. This includes the key output and outcome of the scheme ...
    • Selective breeding trait preferences for farmed tilapia among low-income women and men consumers in Egypt; Implications for pro-poor and gender-responsive fish breeding programmes 

      Murphy, S.; Karisa, H.C.; Rajaratnam, S.; Cole, S.M.; McDougall, C.; Nasr-Allah, A.M.; Al-Kenawy, D.A.; Yehia Abou Zaid, M.; Louis van Brakel, M.; Banks, L.; Ahmed Ibrahim, N.; Seamus Murphy: 0000-0002-1792-0351; Harrison Charo Karisa: 0000-0001-5323-794X; Steven Michael Cole: 0000-0002-8947-0871; Cynthia McDougall: 0000-0002-5606-6813; Ahmed Mohamed Nasr-Allah: 0000-0001-6299-8556; Diaa Abdel Reheem Al-Kenawy: 0000-0001-7737-6880; Nabil Ahmed Ibrahim: 0000-0002-2007-7684
      Type: Journal Article
      A number of studies have highlighted the promising growth of Egyptian tilapia aquaculture and the role of genetically improved strains in this development, such as the Abbassa Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus, Linneaus, ...
    • Situated transformations of women and gender relations in small-scale fisheries and communities in a globalized world 

      Frangoudes, K.; Gerrard, S.; Kleiber, D.L. (2019)
      Type: Journal Article
      The need to uncover, interrogate, and integrate women’s contributions to fisheries in research and development has never been clearer. As coastal and fisheries management continues to look to the Sustainable Development ...
    • Social and gender analysis report: Barotse Floodplain, Western Province,Zambia 

      Rajaratnam, S.; Cole, S.M.; Fox, K.M.; Dierksmeier, B.; Puskur, R.; Zulu, F.; Teoh, S.J.; Situmo, J.; Steven Cole: 0000-0002-8947-0871 (2015)
      Type: Report
      There is increasing awareness that integrating gender into development frameworks is critical for effective implementation of development strategies. In working to alleviate rural poverty, the CGIAR Research Program on ...
    • Strengthening the role of women in community-based marine resource management: lessons learned from community workshops 

      Hilly, Z.; Schwarz, A.M.; Boso, D. (2012)
      Type: Journal Article
      Community-based resource management (CBRM) forms an important component of the Solomon Islands Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources (MFMR) inshore fisheries strategy. The strategy recognises that community-based ...
    • Strong women, strong nation 

      Dos Reis Lopes, J.; Duarte, A.; Tilley, A.; Alexander Tilley: 0000-0002-6363-0945 (2020)
      Type: Working Paper
      Innovative research in the Southeast Asian island nation of Timor-Leste has obtained data to help close the gender gap and provide food security for the local community.
    • Study on impacts of farmer-led research supported by civil society organizations 

      Wettasinha, C.; Waters-Bayer, A.; van Veldhuizen, L.; Quiroga, G.; Swaans, K. (2014)
      Type: Working Paper
      Decades of scientific research related to agriculture and natural resource management have brought limited benefits to smallholder farmers, including crop farmers, fishers, livestock keepers and other resource users. ...
    • Supporting gender-inclusive dialogue over natural resource management 

      Burnley, C.; Ziegenhagen, K. (2014)
      Type: Brief
      Rural households who fail to gain a voice in decisions over the management of shared forests, pasturelands, wetlands and fisheries face heightened risks to their livelihoods, particularly as competition increases between ...
    • Sustainability impacts of ecosystem approaches to small-scale aquaculture in Bangladesh 

      Dam Lam, R.; Barman, B.K.; Lozano, D.P.; Khatun, M.; Parvin, L.; Choudhury, A.; Rossignoli, C.; Karanja, A.; Gasparatos, A.; Rodolfo Dam Lam: 0000-0001-5987-3592; Benoy Kumar Barman: 0000-0003-0554-2207; Mst. Zohura Khatun: 0000-0003-4378-3677; Lutfa Parvin Lisa: 0000-0001-7103-8231; Afrina Choudhury: 0000-0003-1734-6238; Cristiano Rossignoli: 0000-0001-8220-7360; Alice Karanja: 0000-0001-9095-4905 (2022)
      Type: Journal Article
      This study explores the sustainability impacts of adopting an ecosystem approach in underutilized homestead ponds (ecoponds) operated by women in Bangladesh. Households with ecoponds have significantly higher fish productivity, ...