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Policy Papers & Briefs
December 2017
South-Eastern Asia

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has emerged as a global fish producer, owing to the rapid growth of aquaculture in Southeast Asia and its large offshore fishing fleet. Fish is a regional commodity that is traded globally, and this region is at the frontline of the global trend toward meeting seafood demand by 2050.

Policy Papers & Briefs
December 2013
Malawi
Africa
Southern Africa

A three-year project was funded by the BMZ/GIZ to examine the benefits of integrating aquaculture and small scale irrigation by identifying improved water allocation and management strategies under current and future climate change scenarios. An integrated modeling approach was adopted to analyze the complex issues involved in the decision processes.

Institutional & promotional materials
December 2013
Cambodia

The case study of a WorldFish initiative aiming to strengthen the collective capacity of a grassroots network of fishing communities. The initiative aims build capacity of the community to identify and articulate threats; negotiate with authorities; and collaborate with the Government and private actors to resolve resource conflicts in Cambodia’s Tonle Sap Lake.

Reports & Research
December 2012
Bangladesh
Southern Asia

The rural populations of southern Bangladesh are some of the most vulnerable communities in the world to the future impacts of climate change. They are particularly at risk from floods, waterlogged soils, and increasing salinity of both land and water.

Reports & Research
December 2011
Bangladesh
Cambodia
Vietnam
Southern Asia
South-Eastern Asia
Asia

Flood-prone ecosystems in South and Southeast Asia are traditionally farmed with deepwater rice followed by post-flood rice culture during the dry season. During the

flood season, the same land is inundated, creating an open-access water body subject to multiple uses by multiple users. Fish production in these areas is based on

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