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THE WORLD AQUACULTURE SOCIETY AFRICAN CHAPTER, WEST AFRICA REGION, LAUNCHES A MAGAZINE DEDICATED TO THE AFRICAN WOMAN

WEST AFRICA WOMEN MAGAZINE Maiden Edition: Aquaculture & Fisheries. The World Aquaculture Society African Chapter, West Africa Region in a bid to promote sustainable development in the Field of Aquaculture and Fisheries in Africa as a continent had incorporated new strategies to get the involvement of industrial actors and professionals …

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The West African region of world aquaculture society is organizing a webinar seminar on 11 July with the theme: Synergy of experiences and lessons for young African women in aquaculture at 14:00 GMT on Zoom Meeting

The West African region of world aquaculture society is organizing a webinar seminar on 11 July with the theme: Synergy of experiences and lessons for young African women in aquaculture at 14:00 GMT on Zoom Meeting ID: 4110886313. Password: 4SkPQx

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AQUACULTUREINAFRICA CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY ON 8 MARCH 2020 AND SALUTES WOMEN WHO CONTRIBUTE TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE AQUACULTURE SECTOR IN AFRICA

Aquacultureinafrica celebrates International Women’s Day on March 8. International Women’s Day 2020 focuses on the theme “An equal world is an enabled world”. Every year on 8 March, we celebrate International Women’s Day. On this day, we pause to recognize the contribution of women in our lives socially, economically, and …

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OPPORTUNITIES AND CONSTRAINTS FACING FISH PRODUCTION SYSTEM IN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC CONGO

By: Mushagalusa Namegabe Janvier, International institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA). Democratic Republic Congo.  INTRODUCTION Aquaculture production in sub-Saharan Africa is potential for sustaining growth over the next two decades; hence, there is a need of identifying livestock systems that allow a margin for progress that can increase production significantly. Furthermore, …

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INTEGRATING WOMEN AND YOUTH IN FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE VALUE CHAINS AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA

Pan-Africa Policy Research Network for Fisheries & Aquaculture Concept Note for a Writers-shop to be held in Libreville, Gabon, from 13-16 November 2019. Background Gender inequalities limit fisheries and aquaculture productivity and sustainability and, in so doing, undermine development agendas of African Union. Consequently, the AU has prioritized gender issues. …

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Forms of Gender Inequalities in Fish Farming in Kwnza Division, Trans Nzoia County, Kenya

County, Kenya. Samuel Kiumbuku1, Jane Mutinda 2, Jeanne Bernard3 Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries: P.O Box 2169-30200, Kitale, Kenya. School of Environmental Studies, Kenyatta University, P.O Box 43844-00100, Nairobi, Kenya. School of Business, Kenyatta University, P.O Box 437-90100, Machakos, Kenya Abstract Fish farming being a sub-sector in agriculture has …

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