Topics: Small-scale fisheries
Ingredients for Success
Behind a small house in the coastal village of Beacou in Timor-Leste, several women crowd around a table. It’s covered with jars and plates of brightly-coloured ingredients—fish, marungi leaves, dried shrimp, roasted sesame seeds, onion powder, salt, pepper, sugar, oil and cooked chili. The women...
The cool women of Malaita
In the Solomon Islands, an archipelago of almost 1000 islands, fishing provides an income for 30 percent of the population. Improving the way people catch, process or trade fish is a critical pathway for rural development in coastal communities. “In very remote villages, opportunities for earning...
Emerging scientist: Danika Kleiber
In 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.