Fisheries and aquaculture contribute to livelihoods for 800 million people and provide 3.2 billion people with 20 percent of their animal protein. Working with national governments and partners, FISH focuses on improving the productivity of fisheries and aquaculture to reduce poverty and increase food and nutrition security.
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World Water WeekWater for society: Including all World Water Week is organized by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) and takes place in Stockholm, Sweden on an annual basis. It has been the focal point for global water issues since 1991. It is foremost a collaborative learning experience, providing...
3rd World Irrigation ForumThe triennial World Irrigation Forum (WIF) aims to bring together all the stakeholders involved in irrigation of multi-disciplines and all scales, including the policy makers, experts, research institutions, non-governmental organizations and farmers. It provide a platform for the world irrigation...
FISH events: Towards resilient and equitable small-scale fisheriesIn collaboration with the Oak Foundation, WorldFish will be hosting Towards resilient and equitable smallscale fisheries meeting from 3rd to 5th September 2019 in WorldFish headquarters, Penang. The event is supported by a collaboration between the Oak Foundation and WorldFish through the CGIAR...
New study examines how aquaculture improvement projects address risk beyond the farmAquaculture improvement projects (AIPs) are being promoted as a way for the private sector to address area-level production risk associated with aquaculture. A new study explores the extent to which different AIP models enable farmers to address production risk and environmental concerns beyond the farm scale.
Emerging scientist: Danika KleiberIn the latest instalment of our emerging scientist series, Research Fellow Danika Kleiber tells us why she's excited about her collaborative work with gender and fisheries researchers to develop capacity and capability indicators for national fisheries agencies – and how these will help to integrate gender in fisheries management and research.
First dedicated aquaculture input supply store opens in Zambia’s Northern ProvinceThe store will provide crucial products and services to support the country’s growing small-scale aquaculture industry, as part of improved private sector linkages being established under a FISH-led vocational and entrepreneurship training project.