Tag Archive: Bangladesh

Mar 31 2017

Enhancing food security and improving income of farmers in Bangladesh and Nepal (Video)

Video ownership: World Fish Center   In Bangladesh and Nepal, where the rates of undernutrition and poverty are high, the Agriculture and Nutrition Extension Project is working with small-scale farmers to increase nutrition and food security through the production of micronutrient-rich small fish and orange sweet potato. Within the first year these men and women …

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Mar 30 2017

Aquaculture is changing lives in Bangladesh – Video

Video ownership: World Fish Center       The USAID-funded Aquaculture for Income and Nutrition (AIN) project aims to improve household income and nutrition and create employment opportunities through investments in aquaculture, including fish production. The project is providing training and supporting rural household farmers including poor men and women, hatchery and nursery owners and …

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Dec 11 2016

Stock enhancement of threatened indigenous riverine fish species in Bangladesh

Photos’ credit: Abu Sayed Talukder and Zahangir Alam (Bangladesh) Review: Abu Sayed Talukder and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)       These particular pictures show the restocking practice in Ghagot River. The target of the restocking practice as the one seen in the attached pictures target is to promote small indigenous species …

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Aug 03 2016

Small fish and nutrition in Bangladesh (Video)

Video ownership: World Fish       More than 30% of Bangladeshis suffer from undernutrition, consuming insufficient quantities of vitamin A, iron and zinc. To help improve nutrition security in rural Bangladesh, two USAID-funded projects, the Cereal Systems Initiative for South Asia Bangladesh (CSISA-BD) and the Aquaculture for Income and Nutrition (AIN) project, are providing …

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Jul 31 2016

Culture of “Mola” in rice fields in Bangladesh

Photos’ credit: World Fish Center Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)       Mola (Amblypharyngodon mola) is a small indigenous fish that do exist in household ponds and natural waters in Bangladesh. In addition to its content of animal protein, mola is rich in vitamin A (20 times higher than commonly …

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Jul 26 2016

Lift-net fishing in Bangladesh

Photo credit: World Fish Center Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)     Lift net is a relatively large framed bag or basket-shaped net with an opening facing upward to enable vertical fishing. Lift nets are submerged into the water to the desired depth, and once the targeted fish are above the …

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Jun 29 2016

Fish drying and marketing in Cox Bazar (Bangladesh)

Photo credit: ICSF (Samudra – Volume 48) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)     The inserted photo has been captioned “Tuna being dried in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh”. Dried fish is the low-cost dietary protein source in Bangladesh as it provides livelihoods and incomes for large number of people. Moreover, dried fish …

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Apr 08 2016

The fight for climate justice in the Bay of Bengal, Bangladesh- Video

Video credit: OXFAM International Note: Permission to use this video to this channel/site has been granted on 7 April, 2016. Review: OXFAM and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the video channel)   This interesting video was filmed in the village of South Tetulbaria in the Bay of Bengal, situated on the bank of the …

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Mar 28 2016

Gher farming (prawn-rice farming) in Bangladesh – Video

  Video ownership: World Fish Center Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the video channel)   Gher is a Bangla word used for the physical construction made for traditional growing of giant freshwater prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) in an impounded environment such as in paddy fields. Gher farming in Bangladesh started as a small venture …

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Mar 16 2016

Production and consumption of fermented fish in Bangladesh

  Photo credit: World Fish Center Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)   Fermented fish has been a traditional and highly popular food in Bangladesh. Fermentation as a method of preservation still enjoys popularity in many developing countries owing to its simplicity and low cost of processing. The Fermentation of fish takes place as …

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