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Women-led fisheries management - a case study from Bangladesh
Type: Conference Paper
Although women constitute 50% of the total population of Bangladesh, only 18% are economically involved in the total labor force. They are involved in diversified work within their homesteads. However, during times of ...
Fishing for a future : women in community based fisheries management
This is the story of women in the Community Based Fisheries Management (CBFM) project in Bangladesh. It is the story of many women, who through CBFM, have improved and will continue to improve the livelihood of their family. ...
Global Symposium on Gender and Fisheries : Seventh Asian Fisheries Forum, 1-2 December 2004, Penang, Malaysia
Type: Conference Proceedings
The 18 papers contained in this volume represent a substantive contribution to the literature on the topic of gender and fisheries. Drawing on work undertaken around the globe, the results described here confirm and extend ...
Gleaner, fisher, trader, processor: understanding gendered employment in fisheries and aquaculture
Type: Journal Article
Most research on gender difference or inequities in capture fisheries and aquaculture in Africa and the Asia-Pacific focuses on the gender division of labour. Emerging research on globalization, market changes, poverty and ...
Gender mainstreaming in community fisheries management
In Cambodia, women have traditionally been regarded as poor in terms of physically ability and knowledge. The voices of women have often been unheard in terms of social influence and decision-making. Therefore, the Fisheries ...