Training and access to low-cost credit enable poor women fish retailers in Egypt to increase their sales.
In this short interview, Director General Dr. Blake Ratner explains why gender equity research is vital to WorldFish’s work.
Bina Majhi’s fish hatchery business in Hajipur is thriving thanks to support and training received from WorldFish projects.
Putul Rani is leading efforts in her rural village to protect hilsa, the national fish of Bangladesh.
WorldFish has created a new guide, now ready for piloting, that aims to promote gender equity in the Barotse Floodplain, Zambia.
Fishing is often seen as a male domain, meaning that women’s contributions often go unseen and women are excluded from decisions on fisheries governance.
Around 70 rural fisher women will come together at the 2nd Fisher Women Congress being held on 11 March in Bhola, Bangladesh.
In this 1-hour webinar that was held on 16 February, presenters from WorldFish and CARE USA discuss ways to measure the impact of gender transformative approaches.
(national) – closes 15 March
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