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Livestock and Fish pays tribute to the gender transformative work of Paula Kantor

The tragic loss of Paul Kantor during a terrorist attack in Kabul, Afghanistan on Wednesday 13 May have left many of her colleagues in the development world and friends with great sadness. 404 more words

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Livestock and Fish goes after the gold standard: Transformation at scale

Artworks by Piet Mondrian: (left) Composition in Blue, Gray and Pink, 1913, and (right) Composition VII, 1913.

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Environmental risk analysis in aquaculture report for Livestock and Fish

The report provides a brief and generalized introduction to the specific steps of an environmental risk analysis. This publication is based on materials covered and outputs generated during the workshop on Risk Assessment Methodologies and Tools for Aquaculture in Sub-Saharan Africa, which was jointly held by WorldFish and FAO in Siavonga, Zambia on 28 June–2 July 2010 with funding from FOA and the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish. 81 more words

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Who decides what breeds--and for what purposes? Livestock and fish production by, and for, the poor

Above: Participants in a Mar 2015 Animal Genetics Flagship discussion of the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish. Left to right, and top to bottom: 977 more words

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Livestock and Fish breeding better farm animals and fish for developing countries

Composite of parts of two paintings: A Cow Like That Gives 5,000 Liters a Day, by Maria Primachenko, and Fish, by Aldemir Martins (both via WikiArt). 1,590 more words

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Improving fish health management in Egypt

Already the tenth largest aquaculture producer in the world, Egypt is striving to intensify the country’s production of farmed fish, particularly tilapia, to meet growing demand. 469 more words

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Workshop explores the future of fish in Bangladesh

Fish is a staple food and key source of nutrition and income for the people of Bangladesh, whose population will reach more than 185 million by 2030. 324 more words

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