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    • Nigeria fish futures. Aquaculture in Nigeria: Increasing Income, Diversifying Diets and Empowering Women. Report of the scoping study 

      Subasinghe, R.P.; Siriwardena, S.N.; Byrd, K.A.; Chan, C.; Dizyee, K.; Shikuku, K.M.; Tran, N.; Adegoke, A.; Adeleke, L.; Anastasiou, K.; Beveridge, M.; Bogard, J.; Long Chu, H.; Fregene, B.T.; Ene-Obong, H.; Cheong, K.; Nukpezah, J.A.; Olagunju, O.; Powell, A.; Steensma, J.T.; Williams, G.; Shelley, C.C.; Phillips, M.J.; Kendra A Byrd: 0000-0003-4528-752X; Chin Yee Chan: 0000-0001-8615-2678; Kelvin Mashisia Shikuku: 0000-0003-2290-074X; Nhuong Tran: 0000-0002-1813-4571; Jessica Bogard: 0000-0001-5503-5284; Kai Ching Cheong: 0000-0002-8115-417X; Colin Charles Shelley: 0000-0002-5268-3806; Michael John Phillips: 0000-0002-0282-0286 (2021)
      Type: Report
      Nigeria is the second-largest aquaculture producer in Africa, with a high demand and preference for fish among consumers. However, the role and potential of aquaculture to achieve goals for improving smallholder income, ...