WorldFish is an international, non-profit research and innovation organization reducing hunger, malnutrition and poverty across Africa, Asia and the Pacific.
For over 45 years, our work on sustainable aquaculture and fisheries has improved the lives of millions of women, men and youth.
Fish and other aquatic foods grown in and harvested from oceans, lakes, rivers and ponds provide income for more than 800 million people and provide 3.3 billion with 20% of their animal protein intake. Our focus on sustainability makes sure that the way we produce and use these foods today means a plentiful future of generations to come.
We champion aquatic foods for healthy people and planet and believe that a sustainable blue planet of well-nourished children, women and men is within our reach.
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Title:Tilapia aquaculture systems in Egypt: Characteristics, sustainability outcomes and entry points for sustainable aquatic food systems Authors:Rossignoli, Cristiano; Manyise, Timothy; Shikuku, Kelvin; Nasr-Allah, Ahmed; Brako Dompreh, Eric; Henriksson, Patrik; Dam Lam, Rodolfo; Lozano, Denise; Tran, Nhuong; Roem, Arjen; Badr, Alaa; Sbaay, Ashraf; Moruzzo, Roberta; Tilley, Alexander; Karisa, Harrison; Gasparatos, AlexandrosType:Journal ArticleStatus:Open Access
Title:Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) trait preferences by women and men farmers in Jessore and Mymensingh districts of Bangladesh Type:Journal ArticleStatus:Open Access