|Gender in Aquaculture Publications and Related Documents.|
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|Some documents are available online, others have to be requested because of copyright constraints. Related references and web sites are also suggested, see below.|
Women in Aquaculture (APEC) Final Project Report by Cecile Brugere, Malene Felsing, and James Muir (2001).
Gender-Responsive Aquaculture Policy Workshop Proceedings by Cecile Brugere, Kyoko Kusakabe, Govind Kelkar, Lindsay Pollock and James Muir (2000).
Gender Manual: A Practical Guide for Development Policy Makers and Practitioners. DFID publication by Helen Derbyshire (2002).
"Gender Mainstreaming: Good Practices from the Asia Pacific Region" by Heather Gibb, in which the Women in Aquaculture project was cited as an example of gender integration. Available online at:
Women for aquaculture or aquaculture for women? Paper by Malene Felsing, Cecile Brugere, Kyoko Kusakabe and Govind Kelkar in Infofish International, No. 3/2000, pp. 34-40. The paper has been reproduced on: http://www.spc.org.nc/coastfish/News/WIF/WIF7-Internet/09.htm
"Gender Concerns in Aquaculture in Southeast Asia" by Kyoko Kusakabe and Govind Kelkar (editors.) Gender Studies, Monograph 12, pp. 65-80 (2001).
Available on request from Cecile Brugere (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Woman feeding fish, Thailand. Malene Felsing
Woman feeding cage fish, Malaysia. Cecile Brugere
Related Websites and References
United Nations International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (http://www.un-instraw.org)
Women in aquaculture and fisheries in Europe, a European thematic network (http://www.fishwomen.org)
Women feed the world (http://www.futureharvest.org/people/women.shtml)
Aquaculture key information sheet, produced by DFID
"Involvement of rural women in aquaculture: an innovative approach" by A. Shaleesha and V.A. Stanley (2000). Available online at:
"Women in aquaculture: initiatives from Caritas Bangladesh" by A.B. Shelly and M. D'Costa. Available online at:
Meeting information needs on gender issues in aquaculture (1994, FAO)
"Does cage aquaculture address gender goals in development? Results of a case study in Bangladesh". Paper by Cecile Brugere, Kenny McAndrew and Paul Bulcock published in Aquaculture Economics and Management, 5(3-4): 179-189 (2001). Copies available on request from Cecile Brugere (email@example.com)