December 23, 2017

GAF4 Program, Abstracts and PPTs

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May 1, 2013 BEFORE NOON  
SESSION 1 Chair: Dr. Hillary Egna GENDERED CHANGE: Capabilities and vulnerabilities with respect to changes (environmental, social, cultural, economic, livelihood). Gendered change (for women, men, girls, boys) is an important characteristic of the major changes occurring in aquaculture and fisheries. However, the gendered nature of change is little recognized, little studied and rarely measured. How can it be researched, measured and how should different agencies (e.g., fisheries departments, development agencies, NGOs) address it
01 Mafimisebi, T. E., Comparative Profitability of Women Dominated Fish-Based Livelihood Activities in Ondo State, Nigeria.   ppt    abs
02 Mary Barby P. Badayos-Jover Gendered Concerns In Coastal Disasters: An Analysis of Women’s Political Subordination and Prospects for Empowerment.   ppt    abs
03 Zuzy Anna The Impact of  Financial Assistance to Fisherwomen’s Income: The Case of  Fish Basket  Sellers in North Coast of Java.   ppt    abs
04 Fitria Majid, Indah Fitri Purwanti Vulnerable Women’s Roles in Securing Household Income Under the Circumstances of Climate Change in Brackish Water Pond Businesses in Pati Regency, Central Java-Indonesia: Towards an adaptation and Mitigation Strategy.   ppt    abs
05 Gay D. Defiesta Economic marginalization of women during disasters: the case of Guimaras, Philippines oil spill.   ppt      abs
06 Poh Sze Choo Forging Change and Avoiding Pitfalls in Development Projects That Empower Women.   ppt    abs
07 Kyoko Kusakabe Women Fish Border Traders in Cambodia: Intersection of Gender and Class in the Changing Value Chain.   ppt     abs
08 Farisal U. Bagsit Gender-Differentiated Adaptation and Coping Mechanisms to Extreme Climate Event: A Case Study on the Coastal Households in Dumangas, Iloilo, Philippines.   ppt      abs
09 Jenny Shaw, Leonie Noble Environmental Changes And Cultural Impacts: Women’s Perspectives From A Fishing Community In Western Australia.   ppt     abs
10 Femeena Hassan Location specific intervention for the empowerment of coastal women: an experience in Kerala.   ppt      abs
SESSION 2 Chair: Jin Yeong Kim GENDER ASSETS, SPACES AND ROLES: Qualifying and quantifying gender assets and roles, and the gendered use of space in aquaculture and fisheries (or) Unique spaces for women in aquaculture and fisheries. 
11 Khalfan M. Al Rashdi Fisherwomen of al-Wusta Governorate, Sultanate Of Oman.   ppt     abs
12 Piyashi Deb Roy, R. Importance Of Mangrove Conservation And Valuation To Women – A Case Study In Pichavaram Mangroves In India.   ppt    abs
13 Zumilah Z. Gender Roles in Malaysian Aquaculture Industry: Exploratory Study in Kuala Besut, Terengganu, Malaysia.   ppt     abs
May 2, 2013
14 Bodil Maal Plenary Talk: Rich aquaculture –poor fishery communities – Growth, equity and gender in coastal communities.    ppt
MINI-WORKSHOP Chairs: Bodil Maal, Meryl Williams NORAD-NACA WORKSHOP ON MAINSTREAMING GENDER IN NACA: How can the Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific (NACA) mainstream gender into its work program and what strategies can it develop to achieve this?  Program NACA Program Presentation by Dr Ambekar E. Eknath
15 Marieta Sumagaysay Work spaces for women and girls in the mussel industry value chain chain in promoting small-scale entrepreneurship.   ppt     abs
16 Nikita Gopal Transformation in gender roles with changes in traditional fisheries in Kerala, India.   ppt     abs
17 Kumi Soejima Women and Elderly Person’s Roles and Changes in Oyster Aquaculture in Japan.    ppt     abs
18 Myoung-Hee Yeo Women’s work experience and empowerment in fisheries.   ppt      abs
19 Alice Joan G. Ferrer, Expanding roles of men and women in aquatic agricultural systems and the impediments in tapping this potential for increasing productive capacities: the case of the Philippines.   ppt      abs
SESSION 3 Chair : Dr. MohammadNuruzzaman MEETING FUTURE NEEDS: Policy and advocacy related to gender in aquaculture and fisheries – research, development, decision making bodies (governments, public spaces), and the human capacity requirements. 
20 Md. Nuruzzaman Rights, Benefits and Social Justice: Status of Female Workers Engaged in the Shrimp Processing Industries of Bangladesh.   ppt       abs
21 Angela Lentisco Women’s Access to Productive Tools and Roles in Fisheries Management.   ppt      abs
22 Jariah M Economic Status of Brackishwater and Freshwater Operators: Case Study of Aquaculture Industry in Malaysia.   ppt     abs
SESSION 4  Chair:   Dr. Ida Siason Status and Contributions of Women to Aquaculture and Fisheries: A Session in Honor of DR M.C. NANDEESHA. This Session will contain tributes and papers in honor of the late Dr M.C. Nandeesha, the initiator of the AFS Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries activities.
23 Meryl J Williams Dr M.C. Nandeesha: The Man Who Brought Gender Awareness To The Asian Fisheries Society    ppt       abs
24 Nikita Gopal Women Professionals in Fisheries and Aquaculture in Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)    ppt    abs
25 Sunila Rai Carp-SIS-Polyculture: A New Intervention To Improve Women’s Livelihoods, Income And Nutrition In Terai, Nepal.   ppt      abs
26 Dinesh K On-the job effort and contribution towards subsistence by three distinct groups of women fisher-folk of Kerala, India.   ppt      abs
May 3, 2013 – Mini-Workshops/ Round Tables (Cont’d)
27 Chair: Dr. Zumilah Zainalaludin ASEM AQUACUTLURE PLATFORM FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSION ON FUTURE RESEARCH NEEDS: What are the most important areas to cover in ASEM (Asian-Europe Meeting) future research (methodology, subjects of interest, types of beneficiary) concerning gender and aquaculture.
28 Tengku Aizan H,Jariah, M.,Zumilah Z., and Mohamed Shariff, M.D. Malaysian experience in implementing gender workshop on empowering vulnerable stakeholders in aquaculture.   ppt     abs
29 Chair: Dr. Marilyn Porter GENDER RESEARCH METHODS ROUNDTABLE: Qualitative and Quantitative methods in gender research and writing gender papers eg: research design for comparative analysis of seaweed farming and gender. Mini Workshop:  Chair: Dr Marilyn Potter, + Co-Chair– (to be advised ) Chair: Dr. Marilyn Porter; Co-Chair: Choo Poh Sze
30 Marilyn Porter Feminist methodology and fisheries science.   ppt       abs
31 Chair: Angela Lentisco WOMEN, GENDER NETWORKS AND ASSOCIATIONS FOR AQUACULTURE AND FISHERIES: To explore why establishing and maintaining women and gender in fisheries and aquaculture networks and interest groups has proven difficult in all countries and regions. From experience, lessons learned, better understanding the needs and challenges, and brainstorming new pathways, explore options for future action in research, advocacy and development support..
32 Meryl J Williams,Poh Sze Choo and M.C. Nandeesha AFS Gender and Fisheries Networking Experiences: What Works, What Doesn’t Work     ppt      abs
33 Angela Lentisco Lessons learnt: Mainstreaming gender in the Regional Fisheries Livelihoods Programme (RFLP).    ppt
POSTER Sun-ae Ii Anthropological study of the gender role in the Japan Miyazaki fishing village    poster      abs_poster