Search results: 12,463 results (approx.)

1. FAOSTAT database.

FAOSTAT provides time-series and cross sectional data relating to food and agriculture for some 240 countries and territories.

Publisher : FAO, Rome, Italy

Miscellaneous : FAOSTAT database. 2009

2. Commercial aquaculture and economic growth, poverty alleviation and food security. Assessment framework.

This paper proposes some methods for quantifying the contribution of aquaculture to national economies, poverty alleviation and food security so as to improve the much needed political and financial support to the sector for its adequate development. Aquaculture's contribution to a country's...

Author(s) : Hishamunda, N.; Cai, J.; Leung, C. S.

Publisher : FAO, Rome, Italy

Book : Commercial aquaculture and economic growth, poverty alleviation and food security. Assessment framework. 2009 pp.69 pp.

4. Fish supply and food security for Africa.

Fish is an important food for over 400 million Africans, contributing essential proteins, minerals and micronutrients to their diets. Paradoxically, despite the high dependence on fish as a source of animal protein, fish consumption in sub-Saharan Africa is the world's lowest. The continent is...

Publisher : WorldFish Center, Penang, Malaysia

Miscellaneous : Fish supply and food security for Africa 2009 pp.4 pp.

5. Fish and food security in Africa.

Author(s) : Heck, S.; Béné, C.

Publisher : WorldFish Center, Cairo, Egypt

Miscellaneous : Fish and food security in Africa 2007 pp.12 pp.

6. Fish and food security in Africa.

Author(s) : Béné, C.; Heck, S.

Journal article : NAGA 2005 Vol.28 pp.8-13

7. World fish supplies, outlook and food security.

Author(s) : Williams, M.

Publisher : ATSE Crawford Fund,

Book chapter : Fish, Aquaculture and Food Security 2004 pp.10 pp.

8. The search for sustainable seas.

Author(s) : Earle, S. A.

Publisher : ATSE Crawford Fund,

Book chapter : Fish, Aquaculture and Food Security 2004 pp.7 pp.

9. FAO/NACA Expert Workshop on Understanding and Applying Risk Analysis in Aquaculture, Rayong, Thailand, 7-11 June, 2007.

As a food-producing sector, aquaculture has surpassed both capture fisheries and the terrestrial farmed meat production systems in terms of average annual growth rate. However, it has a number of biosecurity concerns that pose risks and hazards to both its development and management, and to the...

Author(s) : Bondad-Reantaso, M. G.; Arthur, R. J.; Subasinghe, R. P

Publisher : FAO, Rome, Italy

Bulletin; Conference proceedings : FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper 2008 No.No. 519 pp.304 pp. ref.many

10. State of world aquaculture 2006.

Aquaculture is developing, expanding and intensifying in almost all regions of the world, except in sub-Saharan Africa. Global population demand for aquatic food products is increasing, the production from capture fisheries has levelled off, and most of the main fishing areas have reached their...

Publisher : FAO Fisheries Department, Rome, Italy

Bulletin : FAO Fisheries Technical Paper 2006 No.No. 500 pp.134 pp.

11. Sustaining fish as a food supply.

Author(s) : Fischer, T.

Publisher : ATSE Crawford Fund,

Book chapter : Fish, Aquaculture and Food Security 2004 pp.2 pp.

13. Outlook for fish 2020: a win-win-win for oceans, fisheries and the poor?

Author(s) : Ahmed, M.

Publisher : ATSE Crawford Fund,

Book chapter : Fish, Aquaculture and Food Security 2004 pp.9 pp.

14. Fish, aquaculture and food security: sustaining fish as a food supply.

Author(s) : Kearner, R.

Publisher : ATSE Crawford Fund,

Book chapter : Fish, Aquaculture and Food Security 2004 pp.3 pp.

15. Integrated rice-fish culture: coupled production saves resources.

Rice is a key component in global food security, as it is the main ingredient in the daily diets of around 3 billion people, especially in Asia. Like all agricultural production, rice cultivation depends on scarce natural resources. The utilization of land and water in rice production is briefly...

Author(s) : Frei, M.; Becker, K.

Journal article : Natural Resources Forum 2005 Vol.29 No.2 pp.135-143 ref.64

16. Fisheries and the millennium development goals: solutions for Africa.

Author(s) : Béné, C.; Heck, S.

Publisher : WorldFish Center, Penang, Malaysia

Journal article : NAGA 2005 Vol.28 No.3/4 pp.14-18

18. Report of the FAO-WorldFish Center Workshop on Small-scale Aquaculture in Sub-Saharan Africa: Revisiting the Aquaculture Target Group Paradigm. Limbé, Cameroon, 23-26 March 2004.

In response to an increasing interest in sustainable aquaculture among governments and international donors, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the WorldFish centre undertook a review of how aquaculture is targeted in sub- Saharan Africa as a first step in the...

Publisher : FAO, Rome, Italy

Bulletin; Conference proceedings : CIFA Occasional Paper 2005 No.No. 25 pp.vi + 54 pp.


Search results: 12,463 results (approx.)

1. FAOSTAT database.

FAOSTAT provides time-series and cross sectional data relating to food and agriculture for some 240 countries and territories.

Publisher : FAO, Rome, Italy

Miscellaneous : FAOSTAT database. 2009

2. Commercial aquaculture and economic growth, poverty alleviation and food security. Assessment framework.

This paper proposes some methods for quantifying the contribution of aquaculture to national economies, poverty alleviation and food security so as to improve the much needed political and financial support to the sector for its adequate development. Aquaculture's contribution to a country's...

Author(s) : Hishamunda, N.; Cai, J.; Leung, C. S.

Publisher : FAO, Rome, Italy

Book : Commercial aquaculture and economic growth, poverty alleviation and food security. Assessment framework. 2009 pp.69 pp.

4. Fish supply and food security for Africa.

Fish is an important food for over 400 million Africans, contributing essential proteins, minerals and micronutrients to their diets. Paradoxically, despite the high dependence on fish as a source of animal protein, fish consumption in sub-Saharan Africa is the world's lowest. The continent is...

Publisher : WorldFish Center, Penang, Malaysia

Miscellaneous : Fish supply and food security for Africa 2009 pp.4 pp.

5. Fish and food security in Africa.

Author(s) : Heck, S.; Béné, C.

Publisher : WorldFish Center, Cairo, Egypt

Miscellaneous : Fish and food security in Africa 2007 pp.12 pp.

6. Fish and food security in Africa.

Author(s) : Béné, C.; Heck, S.

Journal article : NAGA 2005 Vol.28 pp.8-13

7. World fish supplies, outlook and food security.

Author(s) : Williams, M.

Publisher : ATSE Crawford Fund,

Book chapter : Fish, Aquaculture and Food Security 2004 pp.10 pp.

8. The search for sustainable seas.

Author(s) : Earle, S. A.

Publisher : ATSE Crawford Fund,

Book chapter : Fish, Aquaculture and Food Security 2004 pp.7 pp.

9. FAO/NACA Expert Workshop on Understanding and Applying Risk Analysis in Aquaculture, Rayong, Thailand, 7-11 June, 2007.

As a food-producing sector, aquaculture has surpassed both capture fisheries and the terrestrial farmed meat production systems in terms of average annual growth rate. However, it has a number of biosecurity concerns that pose risks and hazards to both its development and management, and to the...

Author(s) : Bondad-Reantaso, M. G.; Arthur, R. J.; Subasinghe, R. P

Publisher : FAO, Rome, Italy

Bulletin; Conference proceedings : FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper 2008 No.No. 519 pp.304 pp. ref.many

10. State of world aquaculture 2006.

Aquaculture is developing, expanding and intensifying in almost all regions of the world, except in sub-Saharan Africa. Global population demand for aquatic food products is increasing, the production from capture fisheries has levelled off, and most of the main fishing areas have reached their...

Publisher : FAO Fisheries Department, Rome, Italy

Bulletin : FAO Fisheries Technical Paper 2006 No.No. 500 pp.134 pp.

11. Sustaining fish as a food supply.

Author(s) : Fischer, T.

Publisher : ATSE Crawford Fund,

Book chapter : Fish, Aquaculture and Food Security 2004 pp.2 pp.

13. Outlook for fish 2020: a win-win-win for oceans, fisheries and the poor?

Author(s) : Ahmed, M.

Publisher : ATSE Crawford Fund,

Book chapter : Fish, Aquaculture and Food Security 2004 pp.9 pp.

14. Fish, aquaculture and food security: sustaining fish as a food supply.

Author(s) : Kearner, R.

Publisher : ATSE Crawford Fund,

Book chapter : Fish, Aquaculture and Food Security 2004 pp.3 pp.

15. Integrated rice-fish culture: coupled production saves resources.

Rice is a key component in global food security, as it is the main ingredient in the daily diets of around 3 billion people, especially in Asia. Like all agricultural production, rice cultivation depends on scarce natural resources. The utilization of land and water in rice production is briefly...

Author(s) : Frei, M.; Becker, K.

Journal article : Natural Resources Forum 2005 Vol.29 No.2 pp.135-143 ref.64

16. Fisheries and the millennium development goals: solutions for Africa.

Author(s) : Béné, C.; Heck, S.

Publisher : WorldFish Center, Penang, Malaysia

Journal article : NAGA 2005 Vol.28 No.3/4 pp.14-18

18. Report of the FAO-WorldFish Center Workshop on Small-scale Aquaculture in Sub-Saharan Africa: Revisiting the Aquaculture Target Group Paradigm. Limbé, Cameroon, 23-26 March 2004.

In response to an increasing interest in sustainable aquaculture among governments and international donors, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the WorldFish centre undertook a review of how aquaculture is targeted in sub- Saharan Africa as a first step in the...

Publisher : FAO, Rome, Italy

Bulletin; Conference proceedings : CIFA Occasional Paper 2005 No.No. 25 pp.vi + 54 pp.

19. Outlook for fish to 2020: meeting global demand.

Author(s) : Delgado, C. L.; Wada, N.; Rosegrant, M. W.; Meijer, S.; Ahmed, M.

Publisher : International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI),

Miscellaneous : Outlook for fish to 2020: Meeting global demand 2003 pp.36 pp.

21. Culture of fish in rice fields.

Rice is presently grown in 113 countries. Rice farming also offers a suitable environment for the culture of fish and other aquatic organisms. The available information on the role that aquaculture can play in rice-based farming systems towards food security and poverty alleviation is reviewed....

Publisher : FAO, Rome, Italy

Book : Culture of fish in rice fields 2004 pp.82 pp.

22. Report of the FAO-WorldFish Center workshop on small-scale aquaculture in sub-Saharan Africa: revisiting the aquaculture target group paradigm. Limbé, Cameroon, 23-26 March 2004.

In response to an increasing interest in sustainable aquaculture among governments and international donors, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the WorldFish centre undertook a review of how aquaculture is targeted in sub-Saharan Africa as a first step in the...

Author(s) : Moehl, J.; Halwart, M.; Brummett, R.

Publisher : FAO, Rome, Italy

Bulletin; Conference proceedings : CIFA Occasional Paper 2004 No.No. 25

23. The sustainable seafood movement.

Author(s) : Stickney, R. R.; Shumway, S.; Costa-Pierce, B.

Publisher : World Aquaculture Society (WAS),

Miscellaneous : World Aquaculture magazine 2004 pp.2 pp.

24. Production in peri-urban aquatic systems in Southeast Asia (PAPUSSA) state of the system report: Thailand.

This report presents a preliminary overview of aquatic food production for central Thailand. It attempts to present a 'whole picture', including an understanding of the whole communities involved, markets and trading, and the institutions involved.

Publisher : AIT (Asian Institute of Technology), Bangkok, Thailand

Miscellaneous : Production in peri-urban aquatic systems in Southeast Asia (PAPUSSA) state of the system report: Thailand. 2004 pp.20 pp.

25. Production in peri-urban aquatic systems in Southeast Asia (PAPUSSA) state of the system report: Cambodia.

This report presents a preliminary overview of aquatic food production for Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It attempts to present a 'whole picture', including an understanding of the whole communities involved, markets and trading, and the institutions involved.

Publisher : AIT (Asian Institute of Technology), Bangkok, Thailand

Miscellaneous : Production in peri-urban aquatic systems in Southeast Asia (PAPUSSA) state of the system report: Cambodia. 2004 pp.23 pp.