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FISH is the research program that enhances the contributions of fisheries and aquaculture to reducing poverty and improving food security and nutrition.
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Azim, a fish farmer in , learned about overwintered carp through . Now his family can harvest fish earlier in the year to take to market. Read more:
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Alex Tilley Jul 16
Download here: Report evaluating the state of knowledge of and sectors in -Leste by
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FISH_CGIAR 16h
Read about the opportunities and challenges for in this study funded by :
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Thanks to , Raju learned how to fatten overwintered carp and prawns at low density and low input to get faster growth. He is now able to feed his family and make a profit. Read Raju's story this :
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WorldFish Jul 16
. brings insights from social science and to explore how ocean governance might better account for social dimensions of :
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FISH_CGIAR Jul 20
Over the course of just a few years, farming has become a major production system in coastal areas of several developing countries. This paper looks at how pond management can be improved to lower risks for these farmers:
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FISH_CGIAR Jul 20
Fish contribute to Africa's and , but future directions for the fish sector remain uncertain. This -funded paper by & highlights challenges and prospects for improvement. Learn more:
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FISH_CGIAR Jul 20
. are seeking applications for a HR Assistant. Position is based in Malaysia at HQ. Applications close 25 July. Apply here:
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Kate Bevitt Jul 15
“The solar initiative came and built on an existing network rather than re-inventing the wheel.” Dr. Alice Pollard on solar freezers pilot in that resulted in 487 users, 1000 kg fish stored and USD 3k saved.
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FISH_CGIAR Jul 19
. are helping Bangladesh's farmers maintain genetic diversity in their Catla catla breeding populations. Learn how this :
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FisheriesAquaculture Jul 15
In November, will host a Symposium Headquarters in Rome. Learn more:
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FISH_CGIAR Jul 19
The science is clearer than ever, but the planet needs our collective action, not our panic, writes . We already have the tools to mitigate the —do we have the courage to use them?
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WorldFish Jul 15
This report provides a comprehensive assessment of existing and potential feed resources for improving productivity in Bangladesh, Myanmar, Malaysia, Egypt, Nigeria and Zambia:
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FISH_CGIAR Jul 18
To continue our celebration of Bangladesh's check out 's research on 's agency, and dietary diversity in urban :
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FISH_CGIAR Jul 18
Thank you to all and followers for embarking the journey towards sustainable , , nutrition and resilient with us:
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FISH_CGIAR Jul 18
Solar-powered freezers make money for rural women in Solomon Islands. Learn about the COOL women of Malaita, a & project supported by :
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FISH_CGIAR Jul 17
Happy , Bangladesh! have been working with & to improve livelihoods, and in Bangladesh. Stay tuned this week for highlights:
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WorldFish Jul 10
Modified Secchi disk improves farm management for smallholders in Sierra Leone. Learn more in the 2018 Annual Report:
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FISH_CGIAR Jul 17
. & funded study "Sibship assignment to the founders of a Bangladeshi Catla catla breeding population" will minimise future inbreeding & simplify any future genome-wide association studies or genomic selection:
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WorldFish Jul 12
New publication by available for download. Learn more fish breeding here:
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