WorldFish opens Bangladesh’s first aquatic animal disease diagnostic lab

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WorldFish researchers examine infected fish in the lab of the Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute. Photo by Habibul Haque.

While aquaculture is a growing industry in Bangladesh, prevailing disease outbreaks in farmed fish and shrimp populations limit the sector’s capacity. Bacterial and viral diseases result in large die-offs, low yields, and loss of income for many of the country’s … Read the rest

Beyond social-ecological traps: Pathways to a sustainable future

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Rehabilitating coastal livelihoods and communities requires understanding residents’ livelihood strategies and vulnerabilities to build resilience and sustainability. Photo by Alexander Tewfik.

The artist John Olsen is known for his depictions of Australian landscapes through rich paths of meandering lines overlaid with colorful splotches that catch the imagination and connect the mind to a scene. To me, Olsen’s reflection on his creative … Read the rest

‘Bringing a change’ in women’s equitable involvement in aquaculture

Kate Bevitt -

Women fish retailers negotiate fish prices with wholesalers, Shakshouk village, Fayoum, Egypt. Photo by Sara Fouad.

This blogpost highlights 2020 research outputs of the WorldFish gender theme as part of the CGIAR Research Program on Fish Agri-Food Systems (FISH). Here, we focus on research examining gender in aquaculture, in particular gender-based market constraints in Egypt, and Read the rest