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Gender in aquaculture and fisheries - 3 views

Zanzibar, India, Philippines: three countries, three research studies on gender and the seaweed farming industries

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Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries GAF4 Event Apr/May 2012, Korea, with 10AFAF - 1 views

10th Asian Fisheries and Aquaculture Forum (S-2) Special Session 2: 4th Global Symposium on Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries Yeosu, Korea April 30 to May 4 2013 http://...

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Gender and Change in the Spotlight at GAF4 - 1 views

Read the full overview report on all the papers and mini-workshops at the 4th Global Symposium on Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries (GAF4) held in Yeosu, Korea, in May as part of the 10AFAF. htt...

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ICT in Agriculture - 0 views

    Realizing the profound potential of information and communication technologies in developing country agriculture, the Agriculture and Rural Development Department (ARD) of the World Bank in collaboration with infoDev (part of the World Bank Group) embarked in an effort to explore and capture the expanding knowledge and use of ICT tools in agrarian livelihoods. In November 2011, the World Bank released an electronic Sourcebook (e-Sourcebook) to initiate further (and better) investment in this sector. Called "ICT in Agriculture", the e-Sourcebook provides practitioners within and outside of the World Bank Group with lessons learned, guiding principles, and hundreds of examples and case studies on applying information and communication technologies in poor agriculture. The e-Sourcebook is provided fully and freely on this website. Fifteen modules touch on a wide spectrum of sub-fields in agriculture, including risk management, gender, forest governance, and farmers organizations. The Introduction (Module 1) introduces users to the 'ICT in agriculture' topic, offering key themes throughout the sourcebook as well as more details on how to use it. Each module is stand-alone in format, providing users with the advantage of selecting the module or modules closest to their interest or work. The modules are delivered both in html and pdf format. The pdf format can be downloaded and printed. The full book can also be downloaded. In this version, hyperlinks between modules are included to promote cross-referencing throughout the Sourcebook.
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