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January 2024
Global

Both the ecological and social dimensions of fisheries are being affected by climate change. As a result, policymakers, managers, scientists and fishing communities are seeking guidance on how to holistically build resilience to climate change.

January 2024
Malaysia

The goal of HER+ is to build the economic resilience of women to climate change challenges in agri-food systems (AFS) through gender equality and social inclusion. In February 2023, the HER+ team studied how gender norms constrain women’s economic resilience to climate change challenges among fisherfolk in Muleba district of Kagera region in Tanzania.

January 2024
Kenya

Spanning four villages- Amei, Lolera, Lembapuli and Lesoit- and covering an expansive 81,237 hectares, the ALLOLE shared grazing land cluster stands as the largest in Kiteto District, Tanzania.

January 2024
Malaysia

This report presents the outcome of the workshop with women on December 14th 2023 at Sanard Hotel. The main objective of the workshop was to empower women in the fisheries sector with the knowledge and skills required to actively participate in governance and leadership roles, thereby enabling them to raise their voices and contribute to decision-making processes in their communities.

January 2024
Sierra Leone
Togo
Liberia
Norway
Portugal
Costa Rica

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January 2024
Malaysia

This detailed activity report outlines the comprehensive approach taken to construct drying racks. This technology can promote women’s fish processors’ participation in the fisheries value chain and their economic resilience to the economic impacts of climate change in the sector. The technology was selected based on a study on women’s fisherfolk’s resilience

Capa: Andre Dib / WWF-Brasil
Reports & Research
May 2023
South America
Brazil

A ciência tem mostrado nas últimas décadas que a conta- minação por mercúrio (Hg) é um problema ambiental e de saúde pública. Uma importante fonte poluidora é o garim- po ilegal de ouro, que vem crescendo vertiginosamente, deixando um rastro de destruição.

January 2023
Global

A major challenge in natural resource management in developing countries is to pursue conservation objectives while avoiding negative impacts on local livelihoods. Inland capture fisheries provide opportunities to demonstrate an integration of conservation and livelihood objectives when managed as a social-ecological system.

January 2023
Cambodia

As part of the CGIAR Initiative on Asian Mega-Deltas, a scoping study was recently completed to prioritize key delta-oriented production systems and value chains for the Lower Mekong Basin in Cambodia (Gonsalves et al., 2022).

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