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Gender and aquaculture: sharing the benefits equitably
Aquaculture is the fastest growing agricultural sector in the world; it can meet both the food security and cash needs of poor households in Africa and the Asia-Pacific region. Women’s involvement in aquaculture is more ...
Gender strategy brief: A gender transformative approach to research in development in aquatic agricultural systems
In July 2011, the CGIAR approved the CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems (AAS) in recognition of the importance of these systems and the potential they provide for reducing poverty. Our goal is to reduce ...
Transforming gender relations: Key to positive development outcomes in aquatic agricultural systems
The CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems (AAS) is committed to improving the food security and wellbeing of poor people who depend on freshwater and coastal ecosystems for their livelihoods. AAS is ...
Can climate-smart aquaculture enable women's empowerment in rural Bangladesh?
Climate-smart aquaculture provides a means to ensure sustainable fish supply to those who experience negative impacts of climate change. However, there has been little research on possible benefits of climatesmart aquaculture ...
Gendered ownership of aquaculture resources: Insights from two villages in Bangladesh
Ownership rights are crucial for increasing women’s decision-making power and empowerment outcomes, which in turn will impact household efficiency in agricultural productivity. In Bangladesh, however, there remains a large ...