Recent Submissions

  • Fish for the People Vol.16 No.2 

    Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Secretariat, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2018)
  • Mapping gendered spaces for sandfish resource management in Guimaras, Philippines 

    Suyo, Jee Grace B.; Altamirano, Jon P. (Secretariat, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2018)
    Women and men utilize spaces differently and have differential access to resources because of norms and values attached to certain places. In fisheries, the contributions of women are either overlooked or considered less ...
  • Aiming for Improved Gender Equity in Cambodian Aquaculture 

    Leakhena, Chin; Viseth, Hav; Somony, Thay; Da, Chin; Samnang, Pel; Bunly, Chhor (Secretariat, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2018)
    The population of Cambodia in 2018 is about 16 million with an estimated growth rate of 1.63% per annum and gender ratio of 0.96 male/female (24:25 male:female ratio). As a result of the country’s civil war in the mid ...
  • Recognizing Gender Roles in the Fisheries Value Chain: local fishing communities of Thailand in focus 

    Sornkliang, Jariya; Tiaye, Rattana; Yenpoeng, Thana; Kaewtankam, Varuntorn; Pholcharoen, Jasmine (Secretariat, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2018)
    Recently, the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) through its Training Department (TD) has been advocating gender equality in its programs and activities by making sure that the knowledge gaps and ...
  • The Importance of Gender in Fisheries: The USAID Oceans Experience 

    Satapornvanit, Arlene Nietes (Secretariat, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2018)
    In the fisheries sector, gendered divisions of labor and the invisibility of many actors, particularly women workers, and migrants, may lead to policies and programs that ignore people’s needs and welfare, including social ...
  • Paving the Path to Gender Equality in Fisheries Policies and Practices in Southeast Asia 

    Upadhyay, Bhawana (Secretariat, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2018)
    Women play multidimensional roles in households and communities along with their male fishing counterparts. Of the total population depending on capture fisheries, 47% are women (World Bank, 2012). According to current ...
  • Breaking Gender Borders in Philippine Aquaculture: a Case Study in Negros Occidental, Philippines 

    Rayos, Joseph Christopher C.; DLC, Athena Angela; Vera, Gaffud-De; Dela Cruz, Cathleen D. (Secretariat, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2018)
    A gender case study of housewives engaged in tilapia farming was conducted in January 2018 in Isabela, Province of Negros in central Philippines. A socioeconomic survey was administered to female fish farmers using the ...