Search results: 7,536 results (approx.)

1. Farm ponds for water, fish and livelihoods.

Author(s) : Miller, J. W.

Publisher : FAO, Rome, Italy

Book : Farm ponds for water, fish and livelihoods. 2009 pp.74 pp.

2. Livelihood assessment tools.

This chapter presents livelihood analysis concepts, and provides an operational model for livelihood analysis in the context of wetland systems. It recommends a generic nested sampling approach, and gives guidance on a range of data collection methods.

Author(s) : Allison, E.; Springate-Baginski, O.

Publisher : IUCN, Gland, Switzerland

Book chapter : An integrated wetland assessment toolkit: a guide to good practice 2009 pp.57-74

5. HIV/AIDS in the fisheries sector in Africa.

Author(s) : Gordon, A.

Publisher : WorldFish Center, Penang, Malaysia

Miscellaneous : HIV/AIDS in the fisheries sector in Africa 2005 pp.13 pp.

6. Some factors affecting the farmers adoption level of fish aquaculture extension recommendations in rice fields in Meet Ali and Elkhaleeg villages, Mansoura District, Dakahleya Governorate.

This study aims to identify some general characteristics of farmers performing fish agriculture in rice fields and their adoption level of fish aquaculture recommendations in rice fields recommendations, to determine the factors affecting their adoption level, the knowledge sources of the...

Author(s) : Newsar, I. M. S.; El-Basioni, S. M. M.

Publisher : Agricultural Research Centre, Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, Giza, Egypt

Journal article : Egyptian Journal of Agricultural Research 2005 Vol.83 No.2 pp.927-946 ref.18

7. Women in aquaculture and their innovative contributions.

An overview to the contributions of women to aquaculture in Asia. There is special emphasis on the involvement of women in aquaculture in India, Cambodia and Bangladesh. Problems preventing more women becoming involved with aquaculture are discussed as are some of the successful policies that have...

Author(s) : Nandeesha, M. C.

Publisher : NACA (Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific),

Miscellaneous : NACA - Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific 2004 pp.8 pp.

8. Women in coastal aquacutlure: performance, potential, and perspectives.

This article discusses the results from a survey of 42 women undertaken in Akivedu of the West Godavari district and Krishnapatnam of the Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh, India. All the women were involved in brackishwater aquaculture.

Author(s) : Vimala, D. B.; Sarada, C.; Mahalakshmi, P.; Krishnan, M.; Kumaran, M.

Publisher : NACA (Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific),

Miscellaneous : NACA - Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific 2004 pp.4 pp.

10. Shrimp farming practices and its socio-economic consequences in East Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh, India - a case study.

Summary of the case study including information on pond preparation, stocking, feeding, pond management, production and marketing, socio-economic status of shrimp farmers, participation of women, integrated farming, conversion of agricultural land, employment and wage improvement, ancilliary...

Author(s) : Kumaran, M.; Ravichandran, P.; Gupta, B. P.; Nagavel, A.

Publisher : NACA (Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific),

Miscellaneous : NACA - Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific 2003 pp.5 pp.

11. The Gher Revolution. Innovations in freshwater prawn farming by Bangladesh farmers.

An account of technical and socioeconomic aspects of the production of giant freshwater prawns in ghers in Bangladesh. Ghers are constructions generally built in paddy fields that are used to contain and produce prawns or fish.

Author(s) : Nandeesha, M. C.

Publisher : NACA (Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific),

Miscellaneous : The Gher Revolution. Innovations in freshwater prawn farming by Bangladesh farmers. 2003 pp.6 pp.

12. Status of marine finfish aquaculture in Myanmar.

A summary of the species cultured, aquaculture systems and socioeconomics of marine aquaculture in Myanmar.

Author(s) : Lay, U. K. K.

Publisher : NACA (Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific),

Miscellaneous : NACA - Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific 2003 pp.3 pp.

13. Evaluation of waterless sanitation for hot arid climates.

Different types of waterless toilets were designed and constructed to determine their suitability for use in the hot, arid climate of Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico. Ciudad Juárez is a city of about 1.4 million inhabitants located on the Mexico/USA border, where water and sanitation services...

Author(s) : Graham, J. P.; Redlinger, T.; Corella Barud, V.

Journal article : Waterlines 2003 Vol.22 No.2 pp.22-25 ref.9

14. State of the world 2001: a Worldwatch Institute report on progress toward a sustainable society.

Ten chapters cover: rich planet, poor planet; uncovering groundwater pollution; eradicating hunger: a growing challenge; deciphering amphibian declines; decarbonizing the energy economy; making better transportation choices; averting unnatural disasters; ending the debt crisis; controlling...

Author(s) : Brown, L. R.; Flavin, C.; French, H.; Abramovitz, J. N.; Dunn, S.; Gardner, G.; Mastny, L.

Publisher : Earthscan Publications Ltd, London, UK

Book : State of the world 2001: a Worldwatch Institute report on progress toward a sustainable society 2001 pp.xx + 275 pp.

16. Making each and every African fisher count: women do fish.

For many officials working in development, documenting issues of particular concern to women is nothing new. These officials believe that these issues reflect women's demands for equality as well as the influence of feminist ideas on the tradition and culture of Africa. Additionally, these...

Author(s) : Williams, S. B.

Publisher : ICLARM - The WorldFish Center, Penang, Malaysia

Conference paper; Book chapter :


Search results: 7,536 results (approx.)

1. Farm ponds for water, fish and livelihoods.

Author(s) : Miller, J. W.

Publisher : FAO, Rome, Italy

Book : Farm ponds for water, fish and livelihoods. 2009 pp.74 pp.

2. Livelihood assessment tools.

This chapter presents livelihood analysis concepts, and provides an operational model for livelihood analysis in the context of wetland systems. It recommends a generic nested sampling approach, and gives guidance on a range of data collection methods.

Author(s) : Allison, E.; Springate-Baginski, O.

Publisher : IUCN, Gland, Switzerland

Book chapter : An integrated wetland assessment toolkit: a guide to good practice 2009 pp.57-74

5. HIV/AIDS in the fisheries sector in Africa.

Author(s) : Gordon, A.

Publisher : WorldFish Center, Penang, Malaysia

Miscellaneous : HIV/AIDS in the fisheries sector in Africa 2005 pp.13 pp.

6. Some factors affecting the farmers adoption level of fish aquaculture extension recommendations in rice fields in Meet Ali and Elkhaleeg villages, Mansoura District, Dakahleya Governorate.

This study aims to identify some general characteristics of farmers performing fish agriculture in rice fields and their adoption level of fish aquaculture recommendations in rice fields recommendations, to determine the factors affecting their adoption level, the knowledge sources of the...

Author(s) : Newsar, I. M. S.; El-Basioni, S. M. M.

Publisher : Agricultural Research Centre, Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, Giza, Egypt

Journal article : Egyptian Journal of Agricultural Research 2005 Vol.83 No.2 pp.927-946 ref.18

7. Women in aquaculture and their innovative contributions.

An overview to the contributions of women to aquaculture in Asia. There is special emphasis on the involvement of women in aquaculture in India, Cambodia and Bangladesh. Problems preventing more women becoming involved with aquaculture are discussed as are some of the successful policies that have...

Author(s) : Nandeesha, M. C.

Publisher : NACA (Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific),

Miscellaneous : NACA - Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific 2004 pp.8 pp.

8. Women in coastal aquacutlure: performance, potential, and perspectives.

This article discusses the results from a survey of 42 women undertaken in Akivedu of the West Godavari district and Krishnapatnam of the Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh, India. All the women were involved in brackishwater aquaculture.

Author(s) : Vimala, D. B.; Sarada, C.; Mahalakshmi, P.; Krishnan, M.; Kumaran, M.

Publisher : NACA (Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific),

Miscellaneous : NACA - Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific 2004 pp.4 pp.

10. Shrimp farming practices and its socio-economic consequences in East Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh, India - a case study.

Summary of the case study including information on pond preparation, stocking, feeding, pond management, production and marketing, socio-economic status of shrimp farmers, participation of women, integrated farming, conversion of agricultural land, employment and wage improvement, ancilliary...

Author(s) : Kumaran, M.; Ravichandran, P.; Gupta, B. P.; Nagavel, A.

Publisher : NACA (Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific),

Miscellaneous : NACA - Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific 2003 pp.5 pp.

11. The Gher Revolution. Innovations in freshwater prawn farming by Bangladesh farmers.

An account of technical and socioeconomic aspects of the production of giant freshwater prawns in ghers in Bangladesh. Ghers are constructions generally built in paddy fields that are used to contain and produce prawns or fish.

Author(s) : Nandeesha, M. C.

Publisher : NACA (Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific),

Miscellaneous : The Gher Revolution. Innovations in freshwater prawn farming by Bangladesh farmers. 2003 pp.6 pp.

12. Status of marine finfish aquaculture in Myanmar.

A summary of the species cultured, aquaculture systems and socioeconomics of marine aquaculture in Myanmar.

Author(s) : Lay, U. K. K.

Publisher : NACA (Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific),

Miscellaneous : NACA - Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific 2003 pp.3 pp.

13. Evaluation of waterless sanitation for hot arid climates.

Different types of waterless toilets were designed and constructed to determine their suitability for use in the hot, arid climate of Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico. Ciudad Juárez is a city of about 1.4 million inhabitants located on the Mexico/USA border, where water and sanitation services...

Author(s) : Graham, J. P.; Redlinger, T.; Corella Barud, V.

Journal article : Waterlines 2003 Vol.22 No.2 pp.22-25 ref.9

14. State of the world 2001: a Worldwatch Institute report on progress toward a sustainable society.

Ten chapters cover: rich planet, poor planet; uncovering groundwater pollution; eradicating hunger: a growing challenge; deciphering amphibian declines; decarbonizing the energy economy; making better transportation choices; averting unnatural disasters; ending the debt crisis; controlling...

Author(s) : Brown, L. R.; Flavin, C.; French, H.; Abramovitz, J. N.; Dunn, S.; Gardner, G.; Mastny, L.

Publisher : Earthscan Publications Ltd, London, UK

Book : State of the world 2001: a Worldwatch Institute report on progress toward a sustainable society 2001 pp.xx + 275 pp.

16. Making each and every African fisher count: women do fish.

For many officials working in development, documenting issues of particular concern to women is nothing new. These officials believe that these issues reflect women's demands for equality as well as the influence of feminist ideas on the tradition and culture of Africa. Additionally, these...

Author(s) : Williams, S. B.

Publisher : ICLARM - The WorldFish Center, Penang, Malaysia

Conference paper; Book chapter : Global Symposium on Women in Fisheries 2002 pp.145-154

17. Rice-shrimp farming in the Mekong Delta: biophysical and socioeconomic issues. Proceedings of the project's final review workshop, held in December 2000 at Can Tho University, Vietnam.

The papers presented in this report are the proceedings of the project's final review workshop, held in December 2000 at Can Tho University, Vietnam. The twelve papers describe the results of the various components of the project. The results of this study have provided new insights into the key...

Author(s) : Preston, N.; Clayton, H.

Publisher : ACIAR (Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research), Canberra, Australia

Conference proceedings : Rice-shrimp farming in the Mekong Delta: biophysical and socioeconomic issues. Proceedings of the project's final review workshop, held in December 2000 at Can Tho University, Vietnam. 2003 pp.170 pp.

18. Embracing the global in Thailand: activism and pragmatism in an era of deagrarianization.

Today, few "farmers" in Thailand rely solely on agriculture to meet their needs. Rural households are dividing their time between farm and non-farm activities, constructing livelihoods that are increasingly hybrid, both spatially and sectorally. Many of the new opportunities also have an important...

Author(s) : Rigg, J.; Nattapoolwat, S.

Journal article : World Development 2001 Vol.29 No.6 pp.945-960 ref.49

19. Ethnic and racial factors in cobalamin metabolism and its disorders.

Racial and ethnic differences in cobalamin metabolism and asssociated disorders are reviewed.

Author(s) : Carmel, R.

Journal article : Seminars in Hematology 1999 Vol.36 No.1 pp.88-100 ref.103

20. Helping the world's poorest.

The development gap between the world's richest and poorest countries is described. The reasons underlying this polarised society are discussed. These include climatic, scientific and geopolitical factors as well as the usual economic reasons. Suggestions for a new strategy for cooperation between...

Author(s) : Sachs, J.

Journal article : Economist (London) 1999 Vol.352 No.8132 pp.16-17, 21-22

21. Empowerment.

Focusing on the situation in India, a discussion is presented of empowerment. Issues discussed are: the diverse meanings of empowerment; concepts of power; power and authority; redistribution of power and social rearrangement; and empowerment and distributive shares.

Author(s) : Beteille, A.

Journal article : Economic and Political Weekly 1999 Vol.34 No.10/11 pp.589-597 ref.20

22. Is caste appeal casteism? Oppressed castes in politics.

An examination is presented of political oppression associated with caste in India.

Author(s) : Javeed Alam

Journal article : Economic and Political Weekly 1999 Vol.34 No.13 pp.757-761

23. Transformation of tribes in India.

An examination is presented of the tribe in India, and the way the different ethnic groups have developed. Issues discussed are: the transformation to castes; sanscritization; hinduization; language; tribe and peasant; social differentiation; the basis for miscontruction; and the tribe as community.

Author(s) : Xaxa, V.

Journal article : Economic and Political Weekly 1999 Vol.34 No.24 pp.1519-1524 ref.28

24. Adivasis betrayed: Adivasi land rights in Kerala.

The paper reviews the land rights and land legislation in Kerala, India, with reference to the Adivasi'. The situation is reviewed mainly from an Act in 1975, although the wider situation pre-1975 is also discussed.

Author(s) : Bijoy, C. R.

Journal article : Economic and Political Weekly 1999 Vol.34 No.22 pp.1329-1339 ref.5

25. Understanding choice of milk and bread for breakfast among Swedish children aged 11-15 years: an application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour.

The influences on children's choice of milk with different fat content and wholemeal bread for breakfast were investigated by intentions, attitudes and underlying behavioural beliefs, injunctive (subjective norm) and descriptive norms and the children's perceived control and the association between ...

Author(s) : Berg, C.; Jonsson, I.; Conner, M.

Journal article : Appetite 2000 Vol.34 No.1 pp.5-19 ref.46