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Learning and earning - women in aquaculture

Use of participatory community science has empowered women in Cambodia to take up small-scale aquaculture. The WISH-Pond aquaculture system now offers a potentially more rewarding and sustainable alternative to extensive pond systems previously promoted in the country.
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Aquaculture is an another effective way to earn handsome earning for woman also in Bangladesh.
posted by: Md. Shafiqul Alam (00:59:37 Thu 20th June 2013)

the idea of incorporating women in agriculture is not a new one. go back to the american idian during our pre formative years in the U.S. the indian tribes and town they lived in supported corn, beans, squash, and other readily edibles in season.
posted by: Robert Lane (15:46:34 Thu 18th April 2013)



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