A recent paper published in the journal Food Security investigates an aquaculture production system in Bangladesh which is tailored towards improving nutrition and is accessible to and can be managed by women.
Look and learn trip as part of CBRM training for youth, Solomon Islands. Photo by Meshach Sukulu, 2016.
Supporting youth in Solomon Islands to participate in community efforts to manage fisheries and natural resources can help protect coastal fisheries for future generations.
A lab technician conducts water quality tests at the WorldFish research center in Egypt. Photo by Kate Bevitt, 2016.
By 2025, African governments hope that 40 percent of the total fish consumed in Africa will be met by aquaculture. Ongoing research and training provided by the WorldFish-run Africa Aquaculture Research and Training Center in Egypt will be critical to achieving this goal.