The Improving Biosecurity in Catfish and Tilapia Production team conducted a fish epidemiology and health economics survey to help improve biosecurity in Nigerian catfish and tilapia aquaculture.
In this video, Bangladesh farmers describe their successes using an integrated farming system to produce rice, shrimp/prawns, and vegetables.
This video, produced by the Machine Learning for Better Aquaculture project, highlights women’s increasing participation in fish and vegetable markets in Bangladesh.
This video features youth working in a wholesale market, an example of increasing employment opportunities for young people in the aquaculture value chain in Bangladesh.
The Nourishing Nations’ August trainings provided Nigerians with new approaches to fish processing, taught them how to prevent food contamination, and promoted the benefits of adding fish to their diets.
Grace Adegoye, a Ph.D. candidate at Mississippi State University, tells about what led her to work alongside the Fish Innovation Lab's Nourishing Nations team.
Economic assessment of freshwater carp polyculture in Bangladesh: Profit sensitivity, economies of scale and liquidity
The "Genome sequencing and development of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers from Rohu in Bangladesh" team's peer-reviewed journal article was accepted and appears in Aquaculture. Read the full publication to find out more about the project's results.
The "Increasing Sustainability of Fisheries and Aquaculture for Resilience of Cambodian Communities" project, in their success story, tells how their citizen science program is increasing innovation and improving the local fishery in Cambodia.
The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Fish is working with communities in the Kafue Floodplain and Lake Kariba in Zambia to understand the distribution and impact of invasive crayfish.
Replacing fishmeal with a single cell protein feedstuff in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) diets
The "Replacing fishmeal with single cell proteins in tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) diets in Zambia" team's peer-reviewed journal article was accepted and appears in Animal Feed Science and Technology journal. Check out the project's full study and results.