Background: The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Fish aims to understand how gender equity and other socioeconomic factors within the fishery sector impact men, women, and youth in order to help transition rural families and communities toward better food security, nutrition, and economic development.
Dechert, K. (2019, September 20). Feed the Future Week Elevating the Voices of Women around the World: Featuring Annie Mumba, Elin Torell, and Mbonyiwe Chakanga. Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Fish.
Invited Speaker, Talent is Universal; Opportunity is Not: Why Gender Equity and Youth Inclusion are Vital for Aquaculture and Fisheries Development. Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Fish, PI Virtual Platform Meeting, Mississippi State University, September 27, 2019.
Ragsdale, K., Marinda, P., Read-Wahidi, M.R., Pincus, L., Torell, E., Kolbila, R., Jinka, M., Sakapaji, R., Tembo, M., & Ingouf, L. (2019, October 29). Fish4Zambia Report: Gender Disaggregated WEFI Results: Research in Zambia’s Lake Bangweulu Region among Fishers, Processors and Traders. USAID, Feed the Future Fish Innovation Lab for Fish, Social Science Research Center, Mississippi State University. 36 pp.
Ragsdale, K., Marinda, P., Read-Wahidi, M.R., Pincus, L., & Torell, E. (2019, August 28). Fish4Zambia Trip Report: July 14-July 28. USAID, Feed the Future Fish Innovation Lab for Fish, Social Science Research Center, Mississippi State University. 22 pp.
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