Tag Archive: role of women

Apr 11 2016

Role of women in fish processing in Cambodia

Photo credit: World Fish Center Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)     Cambodian fishery sector has more women than men due to decades of war including many female heads of households. In fact, women form the majority of fish marketers in Cambodia whereas they play a primary role in fish processing …

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Dec 25 2015

Traditional fish smoking in Chad

Photos’ credit: Aliadoumadji Rimadoum (Chad) Review: Aliadoumadji Rimadoum and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)       The processing of fish catch from Lake Chad is done by three main methods whereas smoking is one of the oldest and most common methods used. Traditionally, smoking kiln is being in use (shown in the …

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Apr 16 2015

The role of women in the value chain of artisanal fisheries in Liberia

Photo credit: David Elliott (Mac Alister Elliott & Pts.) – UK Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)     Whether women seen in the inserted photo are heading to buy fish for their families or for trade, the Liberian women play an important role in the artisanal fisheries sector. They may support …

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Dec 30 2014

Cage culture of Asian seabass (Lates Calcarifer) in Thailand

Credit: Narin Songseechan (Thailand) The photos show small to medium-size cage farming of Asian seabass (Lates Calcarifer) in Thailand. The shown cages are placed in Khlong Koh Kui; Phuket province. The cage dimensions are 3×3.5 m with a depth of 1.5 m. Fish fingerlings are obtained from fish hatcheries (governmental). Fish are mainly fed on trash …

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Aug 20 2014

Role of women in fish processing in Ghana

Credit: Patrick Appenteng (Ghana) Aquaculture provides employment for nearly 2% of the Ghanaian population including women in ancillary activities after harvesting of cultured fish. The pictures are taken in the Asuogyaman District of Ghana. Fish carried out by a woman as shown in one of the photo is a part of a cage farm harvest and …

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Feb 06 2014

Rôle des femmes dans culture de ostréi (Crassostrea gasar) au Sénégal – in French

Credit: Lo OumySeck (Senegal) Les photos montrent le rôle des femmes dans l’ostréiculture au Sénégal. Les femmes qui s’investissent dans cette activité. Elles sont entrain de confectionner des guirlandes avec les d’huitres déjà consommées. Elles sont au bord de la route,  sur la partie descendante, cette partie permet de relier les différentes guirlandes en un …

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Dec 03 2013

Fish smoking practices in Burundi

Credit: Alain Murekambanze (Burundi) Smoking is a method of preserving a food by smoke exposure. Traditionally, ovens consist of a pit about 30 cm deep, built by craftsmen processing before the smoking process. These traditional smokehouses, permanent or temporary, are often situated within a plot of artisans to enable them, usually women, to conduct jointly …

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Oct 16 2012

Fish gutting by a woman in Zambia

Credit: Lumbwe Kalumba (Zambia) The picture illustrates post harvest technologies. The woman is gutting the fish which will later be either salted, sun dried or smoked. There are inadequate freezing facilities for fish so people opt to salt, sun dry or smoke. Note: We decided not to watermark the photos in order not to upset its …

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