January 2, 2019

GAF7 Programme, ppts, abstracts

GENDER IN AQUACULTURE & FISHERIES: EXPANDING THE HORIZONS

Final version of GAF7 Program:  GAF7_Programme_Final

Full set of Abstracts:  GAF7_ABSTRACTS

18 October 2018
0900-0905Welcome and Overview
0905-0912Welcome and Opening address
0915-0935Opening Remarks
0935-0955Keynote Address
1000-1015Group photo
1015-1045Tea
1100-1230Special workshop I : Photovoice: Researching gender in aquaculture and fisheries through the camera lens Janine Pierce  Slides    Manual
1100-1230Special workshop III : Plan International Seas for Change Sadia Tahseen and Iris Caluag  Into the Light: Young female migrant workers in Thailand's seafood sector & their access to decent work Publication  Slides
1100-1230Session ll: Gender-disaggregated statistics 
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 1Vulnerability levels among male and female in Malaysian fisheries and aquaculture community    024Zumilah Binti Zainalaludin and Norehan Binti Saidi

Oral

Slides

 2Fisheries professionals of India: gendered analysis of profile, academic performance and career growth    087Ananthan P.S., Jyotimanjari Sahoo, Neha Qureshi and C. Sundaramoorthy

Oral

Slides

 3Work participation of fisher men and women among coastal fishing communities: A comparative study of two Indian states    088Gomathy V., Ananthan P.S. and Hino Fernando

Oral

Slides

 4Changed gender role in higher education, research and employment in Aquaculture and Fisheries in Bangladesh: Opportunities and challenges    050Mohammad Mahfujul Haque and Mohammad Nuruzzaman

Poster

Slides

1100-1230Session III: Gender and the seafood industry
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 5Managing Mercado del Mar, a case of women’s leadership in the fishing industry    003Carmen Pedroza-Gutiérrez

Oral

Slides

 6The case of a 29-year-old women’s association of small-scale fish farmers and processors    005Angelito Gonzal, Tipparat Pongthanapanich and Pedro Bueno

Oral

Slides

 7Gender participation in the food safety implementation of boneless siganids Siganus puellus technology    008Cherrylene G. Macachor, Corazon P. Macachor, Jesswon T. Tamundoc, Charena J. Castro and Renissa S. Quiñones

Oral

Slides

 8Changes in fishing communities and women fishers in Japan    058Natsuko Miki, Kumi Soejima and  Izumi Seki

Oral

Slides

1230-1330Lunch
1330-1500Special workshop II : GAF101 : Using “Intersectionality” in Research on Gender and Fisheries and Aquaculture. A GAF 101 Training Session     Marilyn Porter and Holly Hapke  Slides   Handbook 
1330-1500Session I: Gender assessments in fisheries and aquaculture 
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 9Gender Equity in bagnet creek fishery of North-West coast of India    004S. Abuthagir Iburahim, Suraj Kumar Pradhan, T.Nirmal, T.Velumani, Nakhawa Ajay Dayaram, R.Ratheesh Kumar and Latha Shenoy

Oral

Slides

 10Gender differentiated needs and preferences of farmers for Rohu fish in Bangladesh and India    064Mamta Mehar, Mekkawy Wagdy, Cynthia McDougall and John Benzie

Oral

Slides

 11Women’s empowerment through improved seaweed farming technology: The story of “sea power” in Zanzibar     016Cecile Brugere, Flower E. Msuya, Narriman S. Jiddawi, Betty Nyonje and Ritha Maly

Oral

Slides

1330-1500Session ll: Gender-disaggregated statistics
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 12Profiling the relationship between vulnerability type and background of single-vulnerable community members in Malaysian fisheries and aquaculture community    025Norehan Binti Saidi and Zumilah Binti Zainalaludin

Oral

Slides

 13Study of the social status of fisherwomen in Patna fish market Bihar India    057Meghna Sinha, Albiya Arshabi and Bibha Kumari

Oral

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PanelPanel Discussion on Collecting Sex-Disaggregated Data
1330-1500Session III: Gender and the seafood industry
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 14Profit or social capital? A case study of the motivations behind seaweed women’s groups in Indonesian villages    042Silva Larson, Natalie Stoeckl, Mardiana Fachri, Mustafa Dalvi, Mike Rimmer and Nicholas Paul

Oral

Slides

 15Women’s entrepreneurship in aquaculture: Learning from the existing positive deviators    045Afrina Choudhury and Cynthia McDougall

Oral

Slides

 16“The path forward: Breaking the cycle of inequalities in the seafood industry”: Results of a global survey carried out in 2017    055Marie Christine Monfort

Oral

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 17The current state and problem of the role of the woman organization in fishing community    051Izumi Seki, Kumi Soejima and Natsuko Miki

Oral

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1500-1530Tea
1530-1700Special workshop II : GAF101 : Using “Intersectionality” in Research on Gender and Fisheries and Aquaculture. A GAF 101 Training Session     Marilyn Porter and Holly Hapke  Slides    Handbook 
1530-1700Session I: Gender assessments in fisheries and aquaculture 
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 18How has organization benefited women in the Barbados flyingfish fishery? A look from within    023Maria Pena and Patrick Mcconney

Oral

Slides

 19Addressing gender gaps from a programmatic perspective    026Angela L. Cruz, Patrick J. Christie and Alan T. White

Oral

Slides

 20An evaluation of recent initiatives on gender, women and livelihoods in small-scale fisheries in Indonesia    027Stacey N.,  Gibson E.,  Loneragan N.,  Warren C., Wiryawan B., Adhuri D. and Fitriana R.

Oral

Slides

 21Human development of small scale fishers in Indian reservoirs: A gender based assessment    028Pooja Gautam, Ananthan P S, Arpita Sharma and V. Ramasubramanian

Oral

Slides

1530-1700Special workshop IV: Furthering/Deepening Feminist Perspectives in Fisheries Nalini Nayak and Cornelie Quist  Slides
1530-1700Session III: Gender and the seafood industry
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 22Can small scale fisherwomen take to online retail? Evidence from a social experiment with Mumbai fisherwomen    039Siddhika Meher,  Velumani, T, Ananthan, P.S and Arpita Sharma

Oral

Slides

 23The challenges and empowerment of women fishery entrepreneurship groups in Japan: Examining the steps taken by the Umi Hito Kurashi forum    068Kumi Soejima, Natsuko Miki and Izumi Seki

Oral

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 24Opportunities and constraints of sardine trading for women in Timor-Leste    059Kim Hunnam

Oral

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 25Tuna fisheries gender analysis: Case of general Santos, Philippines    108Marieta Baňez Sumagaysay, Alice Prieto-Carolino, Rowena Paz L. Gelvezon, Harold M. Monteclaro, Ida M. Siason and Rosario H. Asong

Oral

Slides

1700-1800General Assembly (for GAFS members only)  
1800 onwardsWelcome Dinner
19 October 2018
0900-0930Sessions Plenary: Rapporteurs reports on the Workshops I; II; III & lV
Sessions l, II, III
0930-1030Session I: Gender assessments in fisheries and aquaculture
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 26Women entrepreneurs in fish value chains: A micro level study of vulnerability and resilience in India    009Gopakumar V., Sneha G, Holly M. Hapke and Amalendu Jyotishi

Oral

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 27Engagements of women and men in the municipal and commercial tuna fisheries in Sarangani Province, Philippines    073Alita T. Roxas,  Marissa G. Dela Cruz, Paul Joseph B. Ramirez, and Lily Ann D. Lando

Oral

Slides

 28Shrimp industry gender gap in India: Case of Maharashtra state    046Arpita Sharma and Sandesh Patil

Poster

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 29Gender participation on street food production of south reclamation project affected families     071Renissa S. Quiñones and Corazon P. Macachor

Poster

Slides

0930-1030Session IV: Gender and Fisheries & Aquaculture Governance 
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 30Challenges faced by fisher women of south  India specific reference to Andhra Pradesh    001Vijayakhader

Oral

Slides

 31Women struggle in a sea cucumber fishery. An outcome from an ungovernable fishery   002Carmen Pedroza-Gutiérrez

Oral

Slides

 32Caribbean Fisheries: Perspectives On Gender Too   038Patrick McConney

Poster

Slides

 33Gender participation on the environmental protection practices of northern Cebu coastal resorts   069Charena J. Castro, Corazon P. Macachor, Marde T. Ponce, Hubert G. Quiñones and Rosein A. Ancheta Jr.

Poster

Slides

0930-1030Session III: Gender and the seafood industry 
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 34Migrant women’s strategies to cope with exploitative employment practices in Thai seafood sector: A case study from rayong and trat    092Veena N and Kyoko Kusakabe

Oral

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 35Assessment of capacity building programmes for pre-processing and processing women workers in India    049Nikita Gopal, Arathy Ashok, R. Raghu Prakash, Parvathy. U., Prajith K K, Renuka, Jesmi Debbarma and Joice V. Thomas

Oral

 

 36From river to table: The roles of women in sustaining indigenous food production in a traditional riverrine community    017Sashah B. Dioso

Poster

Poster

 37Food safety implementation in fish processing technology:  Gender roles    070Corazon P. Macachor, Cherrylene G. Macachor, Renissa S. Quiñones, Jean F. Nebrea and Charena J. Castro

Poster

Slides

1030-1100Tea
1100-1230Special workshop V : Exploring Gender Equity and Equality in the SSF Guidelines Co-organized by WorldFish and Conservation International Danika Kleiber, Whitney Yadao-Evans, and Cynthia McDougall    Slides  Special Workshop V Report
1100-1230Session I: Gender assessments in fisheries and aquaculture
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 38Organizing women to promote gender equity: The case of fishing villages in Miagao, Iloilo, Philippines    075Mary Barby P. Badayos-Jover

Oral

Slides

 39Gendered differences in nutritional status of fish-dependent households in Kerala, India    076Jeyanthi. P, T.V. Sankar, Anandan, R, Suseela Mathew and Nikita Gopal

Oral

Slides

 40Understanding gender dimensions in small scale fisheries of Kep Province, Cambodia    047Jariya Sornkliang, Norm Sina, Chin Leakhna, Lao Sophea, Yanida Suthipol and Bhawana Upadhyay

Oral

Slides

 41Digital story telling of women in fisheries and aquaculture in Nigeria: Assessment of their roles and contributions using specific case studies.    082Foluke Omotayo Areola, Ayojesutomi O. Abiodun-Solanke, Adeola Eniola Ayano and Oluwafunmilola Juliana Shelika

Oral

Slides

1100-1230Session IV: Gender and Fisheries & Aquaculture Governance 
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 42“Lives on the move”: Gendered aspects of migration in fishing villages in Sri Lanka    011Nadine Vanniasinkam and Nirmi Vitarana

Oral

Slides

 43Acknowledging the use right of women crab collectors over customary land use changes: A case study in Merauke, Papua-Indonesia.    030Maria Kurupat and Ria Fitriana

Oral

Slides

 44Outcomes from gender focused interventions for the shrimp PL collectors: Case of a fisher’s slum from south-western coastal region of Bangladesh    044Mohammad Nuruzzaman, Khandaker Rashidul Hasan and Gitte Andersen

Oral

Slides

 45‘Before we asked for permission, now we only give notice’. New gender relations in fisheries: women’s entrance into small-scale artisanal fisheries in Chile    048Gloria L Gallardo-Fernández and Fred Saunders

Oral

Slides

Published paper

1100-1230Session V : Gender and climate change with reference to fisheries & aquaculture
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 46Gender-disaggregated impacts of a category 5 cyclone on rural fisher communities in Fiji    022Sangeeta Mangubhai, Alyssa Thomas and Margaret Fox

Oral

Slides

 47Integrating gender perspective into sustainable livelihoods framework in vulnerabilities/impacts assessments of disasters:  Cases in central Philippines    091Gay Defiesta

Oral

Slides

 48Gender differences in coping strategies and adaptation to crisis experienced in coastal households in the Philippines    105Benedict Mark M. Carmelita, Alice Joan G. Ferrer, Jinky C. Hopanda, Herminia A. Francisco, and Canesio D. Predo

Oral

Slides

1230-1330Lunch/ Carribbean Corner
1330-1500Special workshop VI : Role of women fishworker organizations towards implementation and monitoring of small scale fisheries guidelines; case of African Women Network of Fish Processors and Traders (AWFISHNET) Program Editrudith Lukanga  Slides  and Kafayat Adetoun Fakoya Slides  
1330-1500Session I: Gender assessments in fisheries and aquaculture
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 49Gender in aquaculture and fisheries in Odisha: A study on worldfish program    084Surendran Rajaratnam, Neetha Shenoy and Cynthia McDougall

Oral

Slides

 50The role of women in coastal region of  Pekalongan and Tegal – Indonesia:  A value chains selection between fish vs others    096Aini Nur Furoida, Fendika Damar Pengestu, Ika Suciati, and  Indah Susilowati

Oral

Slides

 51Increasing the profit position of women small scale entrepreneurs in the rock oyster industry of Samar, Philippines    097Marieta Baňez Sumagaysay and Gerwyn P. Enerlan

Oral

Slides

 52Socio-economic determinants of gender among small scale fishers practicing alternate livelihoods along coastal Andhra Pradesh, India –an empirical study    101Swathi Lekshmi P.S, R.Narayanakumar, Vipinkumar V.P, Shyam S.Salim and Johnson B

Oral

Slides

1330-1500Session IV: Gender and Fisheries & Aquaculture Governance 
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 53Locating the context of gender in fisheries policies of India    052Rajiv Rathod, Sambit Priyadarshi, Arpita Sharma, Velumani T. and Dileshwari Ratre

Oral

Slides

 54From Resistance to Internalization: The Spread of ‘Gender Equality’ in Small-scale Fisheries Governance    065Sarah Lawless

Oral

Slides

 55Voices from the shore: Lived experience of women as leaders in fisher organizations in Bolinao, northern Philippines    067Sheila Marie M. Dasig

Oral

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 56The potential of Community Savings Groups in enabling women’s empowerment and Hilsa conservation    077Tanzina Nazia, Afrina Choudhury and Abdul Wahab

Oral

Slides

1330-1500Session V : Gender and climate change with reference to fisheries & aquaculture
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 57Gender differentiated coping strategies among ethnic Vietnamese fishers in the face of a decrease in fishing resources in Chhnok Tru district, Cambodia    032Raksa Sok

Oral

Slides

 58Gender and climate change adaptation in aquaculture: Improving data collection with a web-based platform    053Emmanuelle Bourgois, Flavie Denelle and Fang Ning Tan

Oral

Slides

1500-1530Tea
1530-1730Special workshop VII : Gender transformative approaches in fisheries and aquaculture: An exploration of strategies and emerging outcomes Cynthia McDougall Slides, Steven Cole  Slides and Afrina Choudhury  Slides  
1530-1730Session I: Gender assessments in fisheries and aquaculture
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 59Occupational hazard among women fish smokers in coastal areas of Ondo state, Nigeria    104Funmilola Agbebi

Oral

Slides

 60Gender differences in possession of unused livelihood skills and desire to be involved in livelihood opportunities in coastal households in the Philippines     106Benedict Mark M. Carmelita, Alice Joan G. Ferrer, Jinky C. Hopanda, Herminia A. Francisco, and Canesio D. Predo

Oral

Slides

 61Gender Differences in Contribution to Coastal Household Income in the Philippines     107Benedict Mark M. Carmelita, Alice Joan G. Ferrer, Jinky C. Hopanda, Herminia A. Francisco, and Canesio D. Predo

Oral

Slides

 62Role of gender focused intervention in haor floodplain: Case of women-led cage aquaculture from Kishoreganj haor areas     074AKM Nowsad Alam, Mohammad Nuruzzaman and Shahidul Islam Bhuiyan

Oral

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 63Inclusive value chains: The case of seaweeds farming in Zamboanga Peninsula, Philippines    102Paul Joseph B. Ramirez, Teresita A. Narvaez, Maripaz L. Perez, and Earl Joanne Santos-Ramirez

Poster

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 64The Triple Roles of Fishers’ Wives to Support Their Household Economy: An Empirical Study in Tegalsari and Muarareja Villages, Tegal – Indonesia     118Hapsari Ayu Kusumawardhani and Indah Susilowati

Poster

Slides

1530-1730Session IV: Gender and Fisheries & Aquaculture Governance 
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 65Is fishing gendered?  Women as equal partners in KRS reservoir fisheries, India   085Velumani T, Ananthan P.S , Ramasubramanian and Rama Krishna

Oral

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 66Women’s leadership in community fisheries: Case in Kampot and Banteay Meanchey in Cambodia   094Kyoko Kusakabe and Prak Sereyvath

Oral

Slides

 67Enhancing women’s leadership to influence the productivity of rice field fisheries enhancement project (2012-2015)   041Miratori Kim, Vichet Sean, Vanvuth Try, Yumiko Kura and Sarah Freed

Oral

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 68Indigenous women rising: A spotlight on the role of indigenous women in transforming fisheries governance on Canada’s pacific coast   086Sarah Harper, Anne K. Salomon, Dianne Newell, Pauline (Holistis) Waterfall, Kelly Brown, Leila Harris and U. Rashid Sumaila

Poster

Slides

1530-1730Session VI: Focus on SDG5, and other SDGs, in fisheries and aquaculture
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 69Aquaculture through the lens of gender: An investigation into the socio-economic impact of seaweed farming on coastal communities in Bantayan, Philippines   034Elena Mengo, Gaetano Grilli, Rose-Liza Eisma-Osorio, Jonathan O. Etcuban, Judy Ann Ferrater-Gimena and Annie Tan

Oral

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 70Gender-transformative approaches to development in coastal and fishing communities in the English-speaking Caribbean    036Leisa Perch, Patrick McConney and Maria Pena

Oral

Slides

 71Harnessing Palauan fisherwomen’s ecological knowledge for sustainable management    012Caroline Ferguson

Poster

Slides

 72Exploring female involvements in Malaysian micro and small scale aquaculture operation (MiSAO)    031Zakiah binti Adun and Zumilah Zainalaludin

Poster

Slides

 73Gender roles and poverty determinants of fish farmer’s households in Oyo state, Nigeria     117Omitoyin Siyanbola A. and Chineke Ebube. C.

Poster

Slides

1800 onwardsReception Dinner
20 October 2018
0900-0930Sessions Plenary: Rapporteurs reports on the Workshops  V; Vl; Vll;
Session I; III; IV; V & VI
0930-1030Special workshop VIII : Gender Analysis through Micro and Small Aquaculture Operation (MiSAO) Best Aquaculture Practises (M-BAP) Zumilah Binti Zainalaludin  Slides
0930-1030Session I: Gender assessments in fisheries and aquaculture 
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 74Promoting gender in fisheries in  Lao Pdr    113Dongdavanh Sibounthong

Oral

Slides

 75Promoting women’s empowerment and gender equality in Myanmar fisheries and aquaculture sub-sectors    079Jessica Scott, Lemlem Aregu, Cynthia McDougall, Surendran Rajaratnam and Michael Akester

Oral

Slides

0930-1030Session VIII: Learning exchanges – experiences and lessons
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 76Two birds with one stone: Fisheries monitoring as a tool for empowering women and informing marine management   035Jenny House and Nick Piludu

Oral

Slides

 77Caribbean Small-Scale Fisherwoman Learning Exchange in Costa Rica: Women’s Voices   037Bertha Simmons
 and Nadine Nembhard

Oral

Slides

 78Roles of women in promoting safety of children in small islands: The case of teach drr in Carles, Iloilo, Philippines   061Josephine T. Firmase, Jorge S. Ebay, Darlene Joy D. Calsado and Lovella Mae M. Magluyan

Poster

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 79Women shell fishers in small island communities: Roles, risks and recommendations   063Lovella Mae M. Magluyan, Josephine T. Firmase and Jorge S. Ebay

Poster

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1030-1100Tea
1100-1230Special workshop IX : Mainstreaming gender in fisheries education  Slides Mary Barby Badayos-Jover Slides , Arpita Sharma  Slides, Kyoko Kusakabe, Salin Krishna  Slides  and Kumi Soejima  Slides                
1100-1230Session I: Gender assessments in fisheries and aquaculture
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 80Seaweed farming in Western Visayas: Strengthening the roles of women    021Caridad N. Jimenez, Nieves A. Toledo and Soledad S. Garibay

Oral

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 81Lens on Gender in Oyster farming and Grouper Fish Farming in Vietnam    100Janine Pierce

Oral

Slides

 82Gender equity and women empowerment in the fisheries value chain in Bitung, North Sulawesi, Indonesia: A case study    109Reiny A. Tumbol, Alvon Jusuf, Daisy M. Makapedua and Jardie Andaki

Oral

Slides

 83An analysis of social relations outcomes on women participating in small scale fish value chains on Lakes Malawi and Chilwa    120Chikondi L. Manyungwa-Pasani, Mafaniso Hara and Sloans K. Chimatiro

Poster

Slides

1100-1230Session VIII: Learning exchanges – experiences and lessons 
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 84Promoting financial literacy among women in island fishing communities through comsca : The case of Gigantes islands, Carles, Iloilo, Philippines    062Darlene Joy D. Calsado, Josephine T. Firmase, Jorge S. Ebay, Aprille Danilly A. Guintibano, and Lovella Mae M. Magluyan

Oral

Slides

 85The teaching of local taboos among the youth of pandan, antique, Philippines and its implications to  Fisheries resource management   078Elmer L. Jover  and Sashah B. Dioso

Oral

Slides

 86Stories from village-based seaweed groups in Indonesia: Chips, sticks and bakso    114Mardiana Fachri, Natalie Stoeckl, Silva Larson, Mustafa Dalvi, Mike Rimmer and Nicholas Paul

Oral

Slides

1230-1330Lunch
1330-1500Session VII: Gender research methods in fisheries & aquaculture
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 87Women fisherfolk Barbados-a gendered lens   018Debra D. Joseph, Maria Pena and Leisa Perch

Oral

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 88Time to connect GAF research to the political economy of the fish value chain revolution that is shaping women’s inequality   054Meryl J Williams

Oral

Slides
 89Sustainability of Fish based enterprises among women in Kerala: An analysis in context of highly competitive value chain   066Rejula K., Ashaletha S., Mohanty A.K and Sajesh V.K

Oral

Slides

 90Story-telling with photo-voice: Women fisherfolk Barbados-a gendered lens   019Debra D. Joseph, Maria Pena and Leisa Perch

Poster

Slides

1330-1500Film Screening: Winning entries of the “women in seafood” video competition organised by WSI, with the support of MATIS and AFD the French Development Agency. Video
1330-1500Session VIII: Learning exchanges – experiences and lessons
  Title of the paperAbstract NoAuthors (presenter given in bold)Presentation  type
 91Women in fisheries and aquaculture in Nigeria: Introducing the bootstrap in the roadmap   095Francis M. Nwosu, Kafayat A. Fakoya, Shehu L. Akintola and Ayojesutomi O. Abiodun-Solanke

Oral

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 92Advancing gender in the environment (agent): Gender in fisheries — A sea of opportunities    110Maria Prebble and Jackie Siles

Oral

Slides

 93Bringing the gender considerations at the centre of fisheries education agenda    083Arpita Sharma

Oral

Slides

 94Successful Women Leadership in the Aquatic Animal Food Bank Project: Case study of Sapsomboo Model, Buriram Province, Thailand     119Malasri Khumsri and Amornrat Sermwattanakul

Oral

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1500-1530Tea
1530-1630Sessions Plenary: Rapporteurs reports on  Workshops VIII & IX;
Sessions I; VII & VIII
1630-1700Closing: Sessions Summary; Prizes; GAF7 Declaration
21 October 2018
 Field Trip