Departmental Reports


Title:

SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND INSTITUTIONAL IMPACTS
oF AQUACULTURAL RESEARCH ON TILAPIA



Author(s):

Molnar, J., T. Hanson and L. Lovshin



Date: 1996



Funding Agency: USAID



Keywords: rwanda, honduras, philippines, thailand, aquaculture, tilapia, development, economic, social, international



Category: International Funded Research Report



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Summary/Recommendations/Objectives:

The Pond Dynamics/
Aquaculture Collaborative

Research Support
Program (PD/ A CRSP) is a

global research
network organized to generate basic

science that may be
used to advance aquacultural

development. One of
a family of research programs

funded by the United States Agency for International

Development (USAID),
this CRSP focuses on

improving the efficiency
of aquaculture systems.

The Pond Dynamics/ Aquaculture
CRSP began

work in 1982 in Thailand,
and subsequently in the

Philippines ,
Honduras, Rwanda, Indonesia, and

Panama. Research
continues today in Thailand, the

Philippines, Honduras,
the U.S. and, until recently,

Rwanda. At all the sites,
the goal is the same: to identify

constraints to
aquaculture production, and to design

responses that are
environmentally and culturally

appropriate.

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